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Harvard Divinity School

Consuming Religion
Religion

Consuming Religion

Taylor Lewis Guthrie and Tiffany L. Stanley, HDS '10 facilitate a discussion about faith and religion in the context of today's youth at the Women's Center.

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Mark D. Jordan, Professor of Divinity at the Harvard Divinity School, speaks about same sex marriage and Christian sexual ethics yesterday as part of Memorial Church’s “What’s Sex Got To Do With It?” series.

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Today in Photos (03/26/10)

Live Like Thoreau
Harvard Divinity School

Live Like Thoreau

Central Administration

Davos Conference Attracts Harvard Faculty

The World Economic Forum’s conference in Davos, Switzerland welcomed unusually large delegations from many universities, including Harvard, which sent a number of senior administrators and well-known professors.

FAS

Reverend Gomes Prepares For 2012 Departure

Gomes said that he had always planned to retire once reaching the age of 70—and he will reach that benchmark in time to retire in 2012.

Central Administration

Professors in Several Parts of University Offered Retirement Package

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences and four of the University's professional schools offered retirement plans to members of their faculty earlier today, marking the realization of an idea that surfaced when it became clear last fall that the University's endowment would be hard-hit by the financial crisis.

Harvard Divinity School

Lecturer Probes Jewish Story

Harvard Divinity School Student Ari Schwarzberg marked the final day of the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur yesterday by challenging his audience to measure up to their potential in keeping with the spirit of the holiday at the Law School’s Pound Hall.

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