HCRT: Online & In-Person Events
Dear Harvard Alums of the Triangle & Eastern North Carolina:
What a year and a half! After so many months filled with hardships for the entire country, we are slowly beginning to emerge from the shadow of the pandemic. While there are still many potential hurdles to a full recovery, I am optimistic about the next 18 months.
At the Harvard Club of the Research Triangle (HCRT), we are constructing a great upcoming academic year with a number of educational, social, and community events. Starting in August, we are delighted to begin hosting both online and in-person events in accordance with prudent precautions, local laws, and CDC guidelines. We are planning get-togethers for the annual Ivy-Plus Durham Bulls Baseball event and the Harvard-Yale Football Game. We continue to host our discussion series entitled "Ahead of the News,” engaging speakers in discussions on upcoming major events. We are also expanding our College Access events for high school students who face hurdles to attending a four-year college.
As we make the transition from a fully online to a hybrid format with some in-person and some online events, we invite you to join us in the educational, engaging, community-oriented, and fun programming during the upcoming year. If you are a member of the Harvard Club, thank you. If you are not, I encourage you to join. Your membership allows us to continue to provide programming to our Harvard alumni in the Triangle and all of Eastern North Carolina. We look forward to seeing you!
John de Figueiredo, AB ‘88
President of the Harvard Club of the Research Triangle
5:00PM - 6:30PM Sat 25 Sep 2021 ( Timezone: Eastern )The Harvard Club of the Research Triangle invites you and your family for a guided, private tour of the Duke Lemur Center. The Center houses twenty-five lemur species, the largest colony in the world. Space is limited!
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