In Memoriam

The staff of Harvard Magazine wish to express their sorrow at the loss of the following alumni in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.


David Alger '66

Paul Ambrose, M.P.H. '00

Anthony Demas, P.M.D. '80

Steven Lawrence Glick, M.B.A. '89

Edward R. Hennessy '88

Waleed Joseph Iskandar, M.B.A. '93

Andrew Keith Kates, M.B.A. '91

Michael B. Packer '76

Meta Waller, M.P.A. '82

Steven Weinstein, S.M. '73


(Names released by the University.)


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