Student Interviews and Activities

The Business of Non Religion

The Business of Non Religion

April 23, 2015

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.

Guila Clara Kessous

'The Choice' Premiere

April 9, 2015

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.

 U.S.-Mexico border

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.

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