The SIGnboard

The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) has approved more than 30 Shared Interest Groups; a complete list appears at clubs/html/SIGdir.shtml. Harvard Magazine invites SIGs to share news of their activities in this space. (Send items to [email protected], using SIG in the “class year” line.)


Alumnae and Friends of Radcliffe College

Start Radcliffe Day, May 27, with us as we enjoy a continental breakfast in the Hilles Penthouse (8:30-10 a.m.) with representatives of the Harvard Women’s Center, present the Jane Rainie Opel Young Alumna Award to Hema Magge ’01, an outstanding member of the tenth-reunion class, and hear from Radcliffe alumnae in the twenty-fifth and other reunioning classes. Shuttle buses will be provided to take people to Radcliffe Yard to attend the events that follow the breakfast. RSVP or questions to [email protected]. You can find more information/updates at HAA/sig/home.jsp?chapter=185.


Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus

HGLC welcomes all LGBT reunioners and their friends to our Commencement week events. Major and minor reunion-class members are invited to our third annual Early Bird LTBG Meet, Mix’n’Mingle! on May 25 from 4-6 p.m. at John Harvard’s Brew House. Our annual dinner will take place on May 26 at Lowell House (cocktails at 5:30, dinner at 6:30, program at 8 p.m.). For details, visit or contact Brian Sands at [email protected].


Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business

HUWIB welcomes back its 2006 and 2001 alumnae! We invite past members to reconnect with fellow HUWIB classmates at a mini-reunion reception, with appetizers and a cash bar, at Tory Row (3 Brattle Street) on Saturday, May 28 (3-5 p.m.). RSVP to Katie Kaplan at [email protected] if you can attend.



The Harvardwood Film Festival presents a sneak-peak screening of Last Night, a new film by Massy Tadjedin ’99, in Los Angeles on May 5, the night before its official release. A Q&A with Tadjedin follows the screening. Also in Los Angeles, in June, Harvardwood Music inaugurates its Storytellers series, bringing artists together to share their musical journey through conversation and/or song. Up first is a conversation with CHESTER FRENCH sensation D.A. Wallach ’04.

The New York City chapter sponsors a conversation with Brooke Hayward, author of the classic Hollywood memoir, Haywire, on May 4, and a performance by lyric tenor Ray Hornblower ’70 on June 2. 

Harvardwood’s annual reunion event is back! Join fellow Harvardwood members for drinks, food, and memories at Tommy Doyle’s in Harvard Square on May 28. 

For additional details, including registration information, on these events, visit


Radcliffe Choral Society Foundation

Join us during reunion week on May 26, from 4-6 p.m. at Paine Hall, for a group sing, free and open to all RCS alumnae. We’ll be singing favorite RCS repertoire from across the decades—conducted by the new director of choral activities, Andy Clark. Whether you graduated in the 1930s, the 2010s, or anywhere in between, we’d love to hear your voice! Friends and family are welcome; there will be seating for them to watch and listen. For details, visit

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