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September-October 2016

The Harvard Club of Boston’s renovated Harvard Hall foyer

Photograph by Richard Mandelkorn/The Harvard Club of Boston


The Harvard Club of Boston’s renovated Harvard Hall foyer

Photograph by Richard Mandelkorn/The Harvard Club of Boston

The new library-styled restaurant, Veritas

Photograph by Richard Mandelkorn/The Harvard Club of Boston


The new library-styled restaurant, Veritas

Photograph by Richard Mandelkorn/The Harvard Club of Boston

The Harvard Club of Boston, established in 1908, has elected its first female president. Belmont resident Karen Van Winkle ’80, vice president of business development and marketing for Creative Office Pavilion, has been among those who helped launch and oversee the renovations that have transformed the Commonwealth Avenue club. The improvements include a new rear entrance and elevator, six overnight room makeovers, numerous cosmetic updates, a revamped athletic club, and a new restaurant, called Veritas.

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Jim and Deb Fallows in his hometown, Redlands, California

Photograph by Coco McKown

“Our Towns” highlights a positive force in American life

Sellers at the John Brown Fort, at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

Photograph by T.J. Kirkpatric

William Sellers boosts history

The nine-foot-high depiction of Richard T. Greener, A.B. 1870, by sculptor Jon Hair, is the first statue of an individual on the University of South Carolina’s central campus. Its unveiling on February 21 coincided with the inauguration of a symposium in Greener’s honor.

Photograph courtesy of the Office of Communications & Public Affairs, University of South Carolina

Richard T. Greener statue installed at University of South Carolina

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Jim and Deb Fallows in his hometown, Redlands, California

Photograph by Coco McKown

“Our Towns” highlights a positive force in American life

Sellers at the John Brown Fort, at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

Photograph by T.J. Kirkpatric

William Sellers boosts history

The nine-foot-high depiction of Richard T. Greener, A.B. 1870, by sculptor Jon Hair, is the first statue of an individual on the University of South Carolina’s central campus. Its unveiling on February 21 coincided with the inauguration of a symposium in Greener’s honor.

Photograph courtesy of the Office of Communications & Public Affairs, University of South Carolina

Richard T. Greener statue installed at University of South Carolina