A report was released by HDS students Angie Thurston and Casper ter Kuile mapping a new cohort of businesses and non profits that are providing answers to the same needs that churches and organized religion once provided.
The Choice, a play by Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel, will have its world premiere in a staged reading at 8 pm Sunday, April 12, at Harvard's Sanders Theatre. It is directed by HDS postdoctoral fellow Guila Clara Kessous. Read more about 'The Choice' Premiere
In the spring of 2013, I arrived in Cambridge to attend the Open House for Admitted Students at Harvard Divinity School. I was nervous and still unsure about whether I would enroll at HDS later in the fall. Read more about 'I Could Belong Here'
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. Read more about Spring Break Done Right
Javad Hashmi spent the last decade of his life becoming a doctor, having recently completed medical school and residency. However, he admits that his "true passion" is, and always has been, theology. Read more about Doctor's Passion Leads to HDS
When MDiv candidate and HDS Humanists group leader Casper ter Kuile sent out a call last academic year for "humanists, agnostics, atheists, and people who identify as spiritual but not religious," a handful of students showed up eager to share their worldviews, but unsure if they fit under the humanist label. Read more about At HDS, Nones Are Greater Than One