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“An Illuminating Day”

9.21.13

The invitation for the September 21 launch events and festivities

The invitation for the September 21 launch events and festivities

The formal invitations, sent by mail, were jazzed up with custom Harvard shield postage stamps.

The formal invitations, sent by mail, were jazzed up with custom Harvard shield postage stamps.

The Harvard Campaign’s launch event—titled “An Illuminating Day”—is being held Saturday, September 21, on campus in Cambridge. An audience of donors and fundraising volunteers, joined by senior administrators, deans, and some faculty, was scheduled to take in events including:

These events are being streamed live by Harvard, beginning at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern).

A private social event and celebration are planned for the evening at the Stadium.

For background on the campaign, see this report from the current Harvard Magazine For the perspective of Harvard's chief financial officer, see "Financial Focus" from the same issue.

Check Harvard Magazine's home page for regular updates; or click here for a full round-up of campaign-associated news reports.

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