The SIGnboard

The Harvard Alumni Association has approved more than 20 Shared Interest Groups; a full list appears at http://post.harvard.edu/harvard/clubs/html/SIGdir.shtml. Harvard Magazine invites SIG officers to share news of their groups’ activities in this space. (Send items to [email protected], using SIG and the group’s name in the “class year” line.)

 

Harvard Black Alumni Society

Save the date! The Harvard Black Alumni Society, the Office of the President, and the Harvard Alumni Association invite you to attend the upcoming Harvard Black Alumni Weekend on September 25-27 in Cambridge. The theme is “Turning Excellence into Action: Inspiring Change at Harvard and Beyond.” Join classmates, fellow alumni, faculty members, and students as we honor the invaluable contributions that black alumni have made at Harvard and beyond. For more information, please visit post.harvard.edu/hbaw09.

 

Harvard Humanist Alumni 

Harvard Humanist Alumni (HHA) will continue its biweekly Humanist Small Group Sunday Meetings on July 12 and 26 and August 9 and 23 in Cambridge; see and join its Facebook group (www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=9608773857) for times, locations, and discussion topics. Monthly Harvard Humanist Parents events in the Boston area also continue (see www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=49110542538). Visit HHA’s webpage, www.harvardhumanist.org/alumni, for descriptions of HHA and its programs. (E-mail [email protected] with questions.) For notification of future activities, sign up as members at https://memdir.org/HHA/membership.cfm.

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