Harvard Divinity School
The Andover Chapel is one of several places that will be renovated in Andover Hall at the Harvard Divinity School. The renovated chapel will be designed to reflect its role as a multi-faith place of worship.
Proposed renovations to Andover Hall will be funded largely by Harvard Divinity School's Capital Campaign
As the Harvard Divinity School’s capital campaign exceeds the halfway mark, its hallowed Andover Hall will undergo a transformation into a central hub of activity for multifaith religion, academic study, and events addressing social issues.
Implicit comparisons to religion continued to pervade the discussion, as CrossFit's co-founder emphasized the mental strength and resilience he said membership can build.
University President Drew G. Faust said last month that the Divinity School’s campaign, which launched publicly in April 2014, has increasingly become a focus of the central administration.
The class, which will be taught by six faculty members and focus on the texts of the world’s major religions, will premiere this spring through edX, the non-profit MOOC provider that Harvard and MIT founded in 2012.
Dr. Anita Goel introduces “AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda” at the Divinity School on Monday afternoon. The film sought to objectively explore how Yogananda, an Indian yogi, introduced yoga to the Western world in the mid-20th century.
This screening was the first in a film series designed to run alongside the course.
During Pope Francis’ historic visit to the United States, two Divinity School faculty members accompanied a group of more than 50 undergraduates to catch a glimpse of the leader of the Catholic Church.
During Pope Francis’s visit to the United States, a group of more than 50 undergraduates went to Philadelphia this past weekend to see the leader of the Catholic Church.
University President Drew G. Faust wants to target future fundraising at campaign priorities that have not yet attracted major giving.
Some of the panelists raised objections to the Supreme Court ruling that corporations can exercise the same religious rights as individuals.
The Karmapa speaks to a packed Memorial Church about the importance of coexisting with all living beings. The event was hosted by the Harvard Divinity school and took place Thursday afternoon.
The 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, the leader of one sect of Buddhism, stopped at Harvard on his two-month tour of the United States to deliver a lecture.