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Aric Flemming, MDiv '19

Finding Rhythm in Reverence

May 21, 2019
“Harvard Divinity School has been very, very instrumental in working through my own identity,” says graduating student Aric Flemming, MDiv candidate. “Harvard Divinity School has helped to not only shape my identity, but has helped to shape how I understand people and life, living, and spirituality.”
eagle podium in andover chapel

HDS Live Stream

May 20, 2019

The next live streaming events will be the Multireligious Commencement Service on Wednesday, May 29, at 3:30 pm, and the Diploma Awarding Ceremony on Thursday, May 30, at 12:30 pm.

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MDiv candidate Salvador Peña

Student Employee Honored

May 14, 2019
MDiv candidate Salvador Peña was nominated for the title of Harvard's Student Employee of the Year.
Jean Vanier

Jean Vanier: The Broken and the Oppressed

May 7, 2019

On November 6, 1988, the Catholic philosopher, theologian, and humanitarian Jean Vanier delivered Harvard Divinity School’s inaugural Harold M. Wit Lecture on Living a Spiritual Life in a Contemporary Age. His topic for the first of two talks was “The Broken and the Oppressed.”

Vanier’s lectures became the basis for one of his best loved books, From Brokenness to Community. Following are some excerpts from his address, reprinted from the Harvard Gazette.... Read more about Jean Vanier: The Broken and the Oppressed

Jim and Susan Swartz

New Name for Andover Hall

May 1, 2019

As Harvard Divinity School prepares for the most significant renewal of the HDS campus in a century, Dean David N. Hempton announced on May 1 that Andover Hall will be renamed Swartz Hall in honor of Susan Shallcross Swartz, her husband, James R. Swartz, and their family.... Read more about New Name for Andover Hall

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