Harvard Goes South (of the Border)

Harvard Goes South (of the Border)

Mark your calendars for the Harvard Alumni Association's alumni conference in Mexico City on March 1-2, 2005. The event, to include a reception and lunch with University president Lawrence H. Summers, follows the "Harvard in Europe" alumni gathering in London in November 2003, and is part of the HAA's Global Series. For further information, visit the HAA on line at www.haa.harvard.edu.      

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