Updates from the Alumni Community
Colloquy is the alumni magazine of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Read stories from the magazine below, or visit the archive
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Two of Harvard’s most astute China observers assess the prospects and limitations of a rapidly growing superpower
Each object of art tells its own story, on its own terms. Suzanne Preston Blier listens — and then weaves connections between its makers, their society, its journey, and ours.
Headlined by Professor William Kirby’s keynote entitled, Can China Lead?, this year’s Alumni Day generated record numbers, with close to 300 alumni in attendance.
Photos from the reunion of graduate alumni of Harvard's Astronomy Department.
Watching the history of the universe — and tracing our cosmic roots — with unprecedented precision
An autism expert moves from diagnosis to “what happens next”.
An MD/PhD student works to mobilize local communities to improve health care in Africa
Graduate School Fund hosts donor acknowledgment event, February 7, noon–2 p.m. at Dudley House Common Room
When more than 300 alumni of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences returned to campus on April 14, 2012, for Alumni Day, that annual rite of spring, the intellectual fare on offer was — as ever — challenging and ambitious.
At Alumni Day on April 14, 2012, four attendees who were celebrating the 25th or 50th anniversaries of their GSAS degrees received engraved silver bowls as tokens of congratulations from the Graduate School Alumni Association.
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