It’s one thing to apply, be accepted to, and attend Harvard. It’s another to do that while writing a successful book and helping shift the public discourse around health care. That was the demanding path of Lauren A. Taylor, who arrived at HDS in 2012 with a book contract and an interest in global health partnerships.
Cody Musselman will graduate from HDS on May 28 with a master of theological studies degree. Originally from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, she has been an active member of the HDS student body during her two years at the School. Read more about Getting Out What You Put In
The sentencing to death of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev promises to ignite a national discussion of capital punishment. Christians weigh in on all sides of the issue, saying that scripture supports their position.
HDS professor Janet Gyatso speaks about Buddhism and civic activism ahead of 125 U.S. Buddhist leaders from across the spectrum gathering on May 14 in Washington for what organizers say may be the biggest conference ever focused on bringing their faith communities into public, civic life.