Comings and Goings

Harvard clubs host gatherings all around the country. On January 21, for example, the Harvard Club of Cape Cod presents Menzel research professor of astrophysics David Layzer, speaking on "Freedom and Determinism: A New Scientific Perspective." Members of the Rocky Mountain Harvard University Club in Denver can learn about "The Civil War" from John Stauffer, Loeb associate professor of the humanities, on January 22. On January 27, former University marshal Richard M. Hunt talks about Nazi Germany with members of the Mid Gulf Harvard Club, for alumni in the Mobile, Alabama, area. For more information, visit www.haa.harvard.edu for local club websites, or contact the HAA's clubs and programs office at 617-495-3070. 

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