Margaux Fitoussi’s world has changed before her eyes more than once. Born in France, she lived in Paris until she was 7, when her parents—she an American dancer and he a doctor of Tunisian origin—divorced. Next was a home on the edge of the ocean in Long Beach, Calif., where her mother became a teacher, and Margaux lived with her two younger siblings and her Italian-American grandmother.… Read more about Immersed in the World’s Currents
Alumni/Alumnae Council Chairperson Christopher J. Hanson, MDiv ’10, moderated a discussion with this year's Gomes Honorees about their time at HDS, their views on the importance of School, and their work in the world. The panel was part of HDS's bicentennial celebration and alumni reunion.… Read more about Video: In Conversation: The Bicentennial Gomes Honorees
On Friday, April 28, and Saturday, April 29, HDS celebrated its bicentennial. Alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends took part in the joyous celebration and special reunion day on Saturday. Many of them shared pictures, quotes, and thoughts about the bicentennial on social media.… Read more about 2017 HDS Bicentennial Storify
Mary E. Hunt, MTS ’74, has no time for hand-wringing. She’s deeply concerned about the future of the country and the world, particularly since last November’s election.… Read more about A Thirst for Justice
Writing is freedom for Precious Rasheeda Muhammad, MTS ’01: freedom from the life-threatening allergies and respiratory problems that have plagued her since she was a child; freedom from the prejudice and misunderstanding she experienced growing up African American and Muslim; freedom from the racism and brutality she often sees in the world today.… Read more about 'Sometimes I Can't Breathe, So I Write'