The Harvard Alumni Association has approved more than 20 Shared Interest Groups; find the full list 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 in the “class year” line.)
Harvard Alumni in Wine and Food
HAWF strives to maintain, expand, and promote an international network of Harvard professionals in the field of wine, food, and hospitality; we include winemakers, chefs, investors, editors, authors, restaurant managers, communications experts, and enthusiastic amateurs. As the HAA’s newest SIG, we have functioned primarily as an online support network so far, but we plan to organize local events and programs as well. To join, visit http://sigs.harvard.edu/olc/pub/HAA/sig/home.jsp?shortname=hawf.
Harvard Arab Alumni Association
Attend the third annual Harvard Arab Weekend, November 12-15: “From Tradition to Innovation: Leading Change in the Middle East and North Africa”—a region known for rich traditions that is becoming a fertile environment for experimentation and innovation. Besides gathering many leaders active in those transformations, the weekend features a career fair, a civil-society forum, and an alumni awards dinner. This student-led initiative was organized by the HAAA, student groups at the College and the professional schools, the Middle East Initiative, and the Dubai Initiative. Visit www.harvardarabalumni.org for details.
Harvard Black Alumni Society
Don’t miss the HBAS Holiday Parties this December in Atlanta (the 29th), Chicago (the 19th), Houston (the 12th), Miami/Fort Lauderdale (the 5th), New York (the 18th), San Francisco (the 12th), Southern California (date TBA), and Washington, D.C. (the 12th). Dates are subject to change; visit www.hbasonline.org to join our list-servs for updates.
Harvard Veterans Alumni Organization
In New York City on November 4, Harvardwood presents “Heidegger and a Hippo,” with philosophers-humorists-authors Tom Cathcart ’61 and Dan Klein ’61 (see www.harvardwood.org/event/hippoNov4). And stay tuned for November’s launch of Harvardwood Books in Los Angeles, Boston, and New York (see www.harvardwood.org for details).
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