HDS student Sana Saeed grew up in England and has lived in the United States, Pakistan, and Japan, where she centered her research on peacebuilding and religious freedom. Sana is passionate about community organizing and working with youth.
Held every year and benefiting a different charitable organization, the Charity Ball is HDS's night to dress up, dance, sample delicious food, and enjoy each other's fabulous company. The event, which is organized by the HDS Student Association, raised money for NuDay Syria. Read more about Celebration for Charity
MDiv candidate Angela Thurston appeared on NPR's On Point to discuss the findings she and fellow MDiv candidate Casper ter Kuile made in their report "How We Gather," which examines how religiously unaffiliated millennials are building spiritual communities in America.
Earlier this fall, an HDS custodian saw that the lights were off in room 118 of Andover Hall and, expecting the classroom to be empty, entered to retrieve the trash bin. Read more about Agents of Healing
Angie Thurston grew up acting, writing, and making visual art in Boulder, Colorado. So, when she came to Brown University as an undergraduate, she was thrilled to study with the Pulitzer-Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel. But while she learned a lot about art from Vogel, she says that she learned even more about community. Read more about Circles Rise Together