Student Interviews and Activities

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Spring Break Done Right

March 18, 2015

Most students anticipate their spring break being a time off from study and full of relaxation. But for a group of HDS students, this spring break is instead an opportunity to encounter in person what they've been studying all semester.

Short Shorts and Islam

Short Shorts and Islam

March 3, 2015

MTS candidate Usra Ghazi speaks on Public Radio International about issues that divide some women in the Muslim community.

Crowd at symposium

After Ferguson, Ripples Across Harvard

March 4, 2015

Melissa Bartholomew, MDiv candidate, and Rachel Foran, MTS candidate, are co-founders of a new student group, HDS Racial Justice and Healing Initiative.

Diplomacy, Diversity, and Humanity in Action

Diplomacy, Diversity, and Humanity in Action

February 20, 2015

Selected as a 2015 Diplomacy and Diversity Fellow by Humanity in Action, Usra Ghazi, MTS '15, will explore the changing international dynamics of diplomacy and diversity.

Harry Potter, Good, and Evil

Harry Potter, Good, and Evil

January 31, 2015

HDS student Casper ter Kuile examines, in a piece for On Being, what the Harry Potter book series can teach people about evil.

Cardinal Seán O’Malley with Cary Dabney

Faith and Family

October 28, 2014

In the spring of 2013, Cary Dabney found an envelope from Harvard Divinity School in his mailbox. The first member of his family to attend college, Dabney prepared himself for disappointment.

Christopher Hampson

Credit to His Faith

October 24, 2014

For Christopher Hampson, issues around debt forgiveness involve both moral and legal dimensions, and pursuing a joint degree at Harvard Divinity School (HDS) and Harvard Law School (HLS) enables him to think through the many dimensions of creditor-debtor relationships through the lens of religious traditions as well as through legal parameters.

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