Comings and Goings

Local Harvard clubs organize a number of lectures and social events. What follows is a list of some of the gatherings planned. For further information, contact the Harvard Alumni Association's clubs and programs office at 617-495-3070.

On January 10, music professor Thomas Kelly discusses "First Nights" at the Harvard Club of New York City. Alumni are invited to hear Harvard Overseer John Baldwin, M.D., talk about "Harvard Today" at the Harvard Club of San Diego on January 24. "Terrorism and the United States" is the topic of a lecture by Louise Richardson, executive dean of the Radcliffe Institute, at the Harvard Club of Miami on January 26 (see page 36). At the Harvard Club of Georgia, historian Peter Bol looks at "China Today, from the Bottom Up" on February 21.        

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