The Harvard Club of Boston Turns 100

The Harvard Club of Boston, founded “to give effective expression to the Harvard spirit,” kicked off its centennial celebration with a rousing New Year’s Day brunch. A year-long roster of other activities is planned, including a March 12 dinner with University president Drew Faust, who will give a keynote address following a short annual meeting. To learn more about future events, or to attend the reception and dinner, contact the club at 617-536-1260 or visit www.harvardclub.com.

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