Harvard Entertains

"Harvard in Hollywood," an Alumni College featuring graduates in the entertainment industry, is to take place on March 12 in Los Angeles. Keynote speaker Andy Borowitz '80 will lead off the day-long event, which includes panel discussions on "The Entrepreneur in Hollywood: Can the Creative Small Fish Succeed in a Sea of Sharks?"; "Big Media: Balancing Responsibility to Shareholders, Society, and Personal Goals"; and "How to Navigate the System to Get Your Vision on the Screen." Among those scheduled to appear are president of Warner Bros. Entertainment Alan F. Horn, M.B.A. '71; actress Elisabeth Shue '86; editorial editor of the Los Angeles Times Michael Kinsley '72, J.D. '77; and producer/director Edward M. Zwick '74.

For further information and on-line registration, contact the HAA's clubs and programs office by phone (800-654-6494) or visit www.haa.harvard.edu and click the "Alumni College" link.


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