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Marc Adams discusses the challenges of growing up gay in a religious conservative environment. Adams, the gay son of a fundamentalist Baptist minister, shared his own experience growing up at the Graduate School of Education to promote HeartStrong, a support organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people who are negatively impacted by religion-based academic institutions.

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Today in Photos (10/19/10)

Morial on Effective Home Building
Graduate School of Design

Morial on Effective Home Building

Marc H. Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League, speaks at the Harvard Graduate School of Design about narrowing the divide between ethnic and socioeconomic classes by promoting more effective approaches to home building.

David Wolfson on Factory Farming
Student Life

Today in Photos (10/05/10)

Panelists Discuss Presidential Debates
On Campus

Panelists Discuss Presidential Debates

From left to right: Carl Cannon (moderator), Mike McCurry, Nicolle Wallace, Michael Dukakis, Charles Gibson, Andrew Rasiej. Gathering at the JFK Jr. Forum last night, these political figureheads discuss presidential debates and the role they play in presidential campaigns. These panelists keep the audience chuckling by recounting memories of their early political careers.

IOP Presidential Debate
IOP

IOP Presidential Debate

From left to right: Carl Cannon (moderator), Mike McCurry, Nicolle Wallace, Michael Dukakis, Charles Gibson, Andrew Rasiej. Gathering at the JFK Jr. Forum last night, these political figureheads discuss presidential debates and the role they play in presidential campaigns. These panelists keep the audience chuckling by recounting memories of their early political careers.

Baroness speaks about EU
IOP

Today in Photos (09/28/10)

Daniel Kehlmann Visits Harvard Book Store
Harvard Square

Daniel Kehlmann Visits Harvard Book Store

The Harvard Book Store welcomes German novelist Daniel Kehlmann to Cambridge for a reading of his latest work, Fame: A Novel in Nine Episodes. This novel, which is told in nine overlapping narratives, grapples with the connection between life and one's identity.

Daniel Kehlmann Visits Harvard Book Store
Student Life

Today in Photos (09/21/10)