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The Day’s Events: Friday, May 30

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Friday May 30 is Radcliffe Day, and this year’s festivities will include an expanded program of panels and speakers, including former Harvard president Neil L. Rudenstine. Events include the panels “From Civil War to Civil Rights: The Unending Battle to Vote,” “Gender and the Business of Fiction,”and “What is Life? The Science and Ethics of Making New Life in the Laboratory.” 

The Radcliffe Day luncheon begins at 12:30 P.M. in Radcliffe Yard with President Drew Gilpin Faust giving the keynote address. 

More information, a full listing of events, and live webcasts appear here.

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