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  • Third Quarterly Women's Event

    Organized by the women of Yale with the primary goal of socializing with an educational element. The women of Harvard and Radcliffe are invited to join in! Speaker is Jilda Vargus-Adams, Physician & Associate Professor at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

  • Annual Opening Reception--September 26

    Please join us as we start the second half of our 150th year with a crescendo at the Symphony Hotel in OTR!

  • Second Quarterly Women's Event

    Organized by the women of Yale with the primary goal of socializing with an educational element. The women of Harvard and Radcliffe are invited to join in! Second program with Gillian Benet Sella, Harvard '87, Principal Harpist of the Cincy Symphony.

  • Harvard Around Town--Constanze Stelzenmuller

    She was Kennedy School (MPA 1988), a visiting researcher at Harvard Law School (1988–1989) and then a JFK Memorial Policy Fellow at The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard. Dr. Stelzenmuller will talk about NATO.

  • All SEVEN admitted students have accepted Harvard!!!

    The seven come from six schools: Indian Hill High School William Mason High School (2) Sycamore High School Wyoming High School Loveland High School Seven Hills School

  • Yale invites you to their Annual Dinner

    April 25 with Patricia Russo of the Women's Campaign School at Yale.

  • Harvard Around Town--Soledad O'Brien, '00

    Cintas Center, 1624 Herald Ave., 45207 Hosted by The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and Cincinnati Magazine (HCC publishes events including alumni as "Harvard Around Town". We have no connection to the event.)

  • Harvard Around Town--Harvard Professor Emma Dench

    "Leadership Lessons from Ancient Rome for the 21st Century" hosted by the UC Classics Department in memory of Professor Getzel Cohen.

  • Member's Home Recognized as First Modern House in Cincinnati

    Jay Chatterjee, GSD, Dean Emeritus of DAAP, lives in a 1935 International-Style home in Clifton. On February 21, its architectural significance won it a place on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • NEW: Quarterly Women's Events

    Organized by the women of Yale with the primary goal of socializing with an educational element. The women of Harvard and Radcliffe are invited to join in! First program with Barbara Wagner, Yale '72 who was in the first 4-year co-ed class at Yale. What

  • Goodbye to James R. Bridgeland, Jr., AM 1955, LLB 1957.

    James was President of the Harvard Club in 1983-84. He passed away peacefully on January 22 surrounded by his family. Express condolences at

  • Dave Rogers '93 Named to Indian Hill Athletic Hall of Fame

    Before Dave Rogers played football for the Crimson, he was an outstanding athlete in football and track at Indian Hill High School. On January 25, 2019, Dave will be inducted into the Braves Hall of Fame during the boys varsity basketball game. Congratul

  • Angela Merkel named Harvard Commencement speaker

    The German chancellor, one of the world’s most influential leaders, will be the principal speaker at the Afternoon Program of Harvard’s 368th Commencement.

  • Harvard Admits 13.4 Percent of Early Applicants to Class of 2023

    Harvard College invited 935 of 6,958 early applicants to join its Class of 2023 Thursday, marking a 13.4 percent acceptance rate and making the 2018 early cycle likely the most competitive in school history.

  • Mitchell B. Polonsky '19 was selected as a George J. Mitchell Scholar.

    Cincinnati native and Harvard senior Mitchell B. Polonsky ’19 has been named one of this year’s twelve George J. Mitchell Scholarship recipients, after being chosen from a record pool of 370 applicants. Click through for entire article.

  • Harvard Law Gives Public Free Access to Four Centuries of U.S. Court Cases

    • The Library Innovation Lab at Harvard Law School published a full collection of United States court cases dating from 1658 to 2018 on Monday as part of a years-long project to make case law more accessible. • The initiative, dubbed the Casela

  • HBS GNN October 2018

    Thanks Sid and Nelson for a convivial evening at The Bar at Palm Court. Highlights included a glimpse into the rapidly changing landscape of the HBS campus by a 2017 grad and the addition of 2 new joint members--welcome Seth Barnhard and Bill Fotsch!

  • The Inauguration of Harvard’s 29th President

    The installation ceremony for President Lawrence S. Bacow JD ’76, MPP ’76, PhD ’78 will take place on Friday, October 5. Can't make it to Cambridge? You can watch it live on October 5 at 2 p.m. ET. See the link provided by clicking the heading.

  • Harvardwood Seeks Authors, unpublished or published

    Harvardwood Publishing is now accepting submissions to our second anthology of short fiction, prose, and poetry: Once Upon a Fairytale.

  • Results of the HCC Board Election for 2018-19

    The election was held at the Annual Meeting and Dinner March 19. Thank you to our members and alumni--it was a lovely evening!

  • Gender-Neutral Housing Option Being Extended to Freshman

    The College is working to debut a gender-neutral housing option for first-year students starting next year with the Class of 2022, according to Harvard administrators. Harvard spokesperson Aaron M. Goldman wrote that “Gender inclusive housing acknowledg

  • Harvard Names 29th President: Lawrence S. Bacow

    Our new President is the holder of 3 Harvard degrees, is a past president of Tufts and previously chancellor at MIT, member of the Harvard Corporation since 2011 and currently at the Kennedy School's Center for Public Leadership.

  • Greg Landsman Elected to Cincy City Council

    One of only 3 non-incumbents to win a seat this year, Greg Landsman, Divinity School '04, earned 26 endorsements from local labor unions and political organizations and got 24,356 votes.

  • Justice Patrick Fischer Joins the Supreme Court of Ohio

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