Emeritus professor and founding director of Harvard’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Robert R. Bowie passed away early last month at the age of 104. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Bowie served as a foreign policy adviser under four separate presidential administrations over the course of his career.
Professors, students, family, and friends came together on Thursday to remember the life of former Harvard English professor, Harvard poet-in-residence, and Nobel Prize in Literature laureate Seamus Heaney.
Like many of her colleagues across the College, Jennifer J. Malin ’09 was very invested in the intellectual growth of her students when she served as a teaching fellow for undergraduates. But she also went above the call of duty, taking special note of the physical comfort of those under her charge.
Elif Yavuz, a 33-year-old graduate of the Harvard School of Public Health, died on September 21 in a shooting in Nariobi, Kenya. She was a senior vaccines researcher with the Clinton Health Access Initiative and specialized in malaria.
David H. Hubel, a founding member of Harvard Medical School’s neurobiology department and Nobel laureate died last Sunday.
Friends and colleagues said Elif Yavuz, a graduate of HSPH, will be remembered for her witty sense of humor, passion for her work, and desire to help the world.
Juliet N. Macchi ’12, pictured with her mother Susan Brightman Macchi, was killed in an automobile accident on Saturday night. Lowell House Master Diane L. Eck remembers Macchi as having “a lovely, bright countenance.”
The former Lowell House resident and VES concentrator, who loved art, film, and skydiving, was killed alongside her mother as a result of an automobile accident on Saturday night near Plymouth, Mass.
Juliet N. Macchi ’12, pictured just before her Class Picture during the week of her Commencement, was remembered by friends as creative, free-spirited, and fearless. Macchi and her mother died as a result of a car crash Saturday night.
The former Lowell resident, who died following a car crash late Saturday night, was described by those who knew her as a free-spirited individual and artist who shied away from convention and indulged in her own unique passions.
Family members remember Bishop, who died in a car accident on July 22, as a caring brother and son who was always full of energy and as a loving father who went “above and beyond” to support his daughters.
Even after 53 years at Harvard coaching hundreds of student-athletes passing through Newell Boathouse, Harvard men’s heavyweight crew coach Harry Parker impressed many with his ability to remember graduates of his program.