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SHINE Summit 2015: Innovating for NetPositive

Knafel Center, Radcliffe Campus, 18 Mason Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Thu., June 4 – Fri., June 5, 2015 Gazette Classification: Business, Conferences, Environmental Sciences, Health Sciences, Sustainability, Wellness/Work Life Organization/Sponsor: Center for Health and the Global Environment Speaker(s): John Quelch, Harvard Business School, Teresa Amabile, Harvard Business School, Suerie Moon, Harvard Kennedy School, Greg Norris, Harvard Chan School of Public Health, Eileen McNeely, Harvard Chan School of Public Health, Vince Camobreco, US EPA, Asheen Phansey, Dassault Systemes, Claire Castleman, Eaton Corporation, Kim Almeida, Levi's Strauss Foundation, Harold Glasser, Ph.D., Executive Director, Campus Sustainability, Western Michigan University Cost: $950 Early Bird by March 23rd Ticket Web Link: www.events.harvard.edu… Contact Info: For questions or agenda please email Karoline Barwinski at ...
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Harvard Gazette

Wellness on the Plaza: Zumba

Science Center Plaza Wed., June 3, 2015, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Gazette Classification: Athletic, Dance, Wellness/Work Life, Working@Harvard Organization/Sponsor: Harvard Common Spaces Contact Info: commonspaces@harvard.edu More info: www.commonspaces.harvard.edu
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Harvard Gazette

Wellness on the Plaza: Boot Camp

Science Center Plaza Wed., June 3, 2015, 7 – 7:45 a.m. Boot Camp fitness class for Wellness Wednesdays. Gazette Classification: Athletic, Wellness/Work Life, Working@Harvard Organization/Sponsor: Harvard Common Spaces Contact Info: commonspaces@harvard.edu More info: www.commonspaces.harvard.edu
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Harvard Magazine

Ginsburg Discusses Justice and Advocacy at Radcliffe Day Celebration

When associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg, L ’59, LL.D. ’11, enrolled at Harvard Law School in the mid 1950s, she was one of just nine women in her class. Only a handful of women had served as federal judges in the nation by that time; 10 years later, women still accounted for barely 1 percent of Supreme Court litigators, and less than 2 percent of the faculty at the nation’s law schools. As late as 1979—two years before Sandra Day O’Connor’s precedent-breaking appointment to the Court—a behind-the-scenes book about that institution could be titled, accurately, The Brethren. As Kathleen M. Sullivan, J.D. ’81, told Ginsburg in front of an enthusiastic Radcliffe Day crowd on Friday: “There isn’t a glass ceiling you haven’t broken.” Ginsburg, the recipient ...
Harvard Magazine
Harvard Magazine

The Roberts Court

To honor the life work of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, L ’59, LL.D. ’11, an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (RIAS) convened a panel discussion of the Roberts Court on Radcliffe Day, traditionally held on the Friday after Commencement.  Dean Lizabeth Cohen opened the remarks by recalling that Chief Justice John G. Roberts ’76, J.D. ’79, said during his confirmation hearings that “Judges are like umpires. Umpires don’t make the rules, they apply them.” And he went on to say, she recalled, “[M]y job [is] to call balls and strikes, and not to pitch or bat.” In the years since 2005, when he was nominated to the court by President George W. Bush, M.B.A. ’75, he has “made a lot of calls,” ...
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Harvard Magazine

The Day’s Events: Friday, May 29

FRIDAY MAY 29 is Radcliffe Day, and this year’s festivities will include the panel “A Decade of Decisions and Dissents: The Roberts Court, from 2005 to Today,” moderated by Margaret H. Marshall Ed.M. ’69, Ed ’77, L ’78 at 10:30A.M.The Radcliffe Day luncheon begins at 12:30 P.M. in Radcliffe Yard with Ruth Bader Ginsburg, L’ 59, LL.D. ’11, an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She will receive the Radcliffe Medal after remarks by David H. Souter ’61, LL. B. ’66, who retired as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in June 2009. (He received an honorary degree and was the Commencement guest speaker in 2010.)More information, a full listing of events, and live webcasts appear here.
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Harvard Gazette

Five Harvard Overseers elected

The president of the Harvard Alumni Association today announced the results of the annual election of new members of the Harvard Board of Overseers.
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Harvard Gazette

Engaging with the Harvard alumni community

Outgoing Harvard Alumni Association President Cynthia A. Torres ’80, M.B.A. ’84, is passing the leadership to Paul L. Choi ’86, J.D. ’89.
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Harvard Gazette

The Harvard Campaign, two years in

Organizers see strong collaboration, solid alumni engagement, efforts already bearing fruit.
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エステを利用する意味はあるのか?

はっきりいってエステを利用する意味はありません。 エステを利用するなら、価格はちょっと高くなりますが、 高性能 ... [Read more...]
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This is Harvard

エステの危険性を騒がれるとどうなるのか?

エステが危険と騒がれるとどのような影響があるでしょうか? エステを利用していない方は、いななければよい話ですが ... [Read more...]
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Art works at ARTS FIRST

Exciting new works created by Harvard students will premiere during ARTS FIRST weekend
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Harvard Arts Blog

The broad focus of Damian Woetzel

Harvard Arts Medalist Damian Woetzel MPA '07 talks about life after professional dancing and the value of education.
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Harvard Arts Blog

“Deep Wounds”: War as metaphor

Unresolved conflict and healing are at the heart of artist Brian Knep's public installation in Memorial Hall.
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Harvard Arts Blog

ART FIRST: Ask the experts

Overwhelmed by the festival's many offerings this year? Office for the Arts staff are here to help.
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