Laura Nasrallah, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at HDS, has long been interested in the ways the ancient letters of the Apostle Paul provide evidence of the interaction between Jews and Gentiles in the ancient world. Read more about HDS Course Creates ‘Presence in Absence’
When MDiv candidate Gaby Chavez visited Mexico on a student-organized study trek, she took a brief moment to send her mother the picture she had just taken with former Mexican president Felipe Calderon. Read more about A Personal Spring Break Journey
Mushfiqur Rahman Chowdhury is studying religion, ethics, and politics at HDS. He has a passion for peacebuilding, and last summer he worked as a counselor for Seeds of Peace, helping Jewish and Muslim youth engage in interfaith dialogue, healing, and peace practices.
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