Olympic Fever

“Harvard in the Olympics,” an alumni college offered by the HAA and the Harvard Varsity Club, features alumni discussing their Olympic experiences. The day-long event on January 21 is at the Harvard Club of Boston. Panelists include Boston Globe sports writer John Powers ’70; Paralympics ski-racing medalist Bonnie St. John ’86; Olympian Paul Wylie ’90, M.B.A. ’00; former Harvard athletics director Bill Cleary ’56; U.S. Olympic Committee member Paul E. George ’63; head coach of men’s crew Harry Parker; and classics professor Gregory Nagy. For further information and registration, call 617-495-1920 or visit http://post.harvard.edu/olympics.

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