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Centennial stories

By Rilda Kissel 01/23/2020 6:08 AM EST
Rilda Kissel on stage at Double Take in 2017
An essay by one participant in our storytelling project, DoubleTake.
By Ed. Magazine 01/23/2020 5:35 AM EST
The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit with Gregory Peck poster
A big name at HGSE was the inspiration for a popular book and movie starring Gregory Peck.
By Ed. Magazine 01/23/2020 4:59 AM EST
Evelyn Church Hatfield as a young woman
Evelyn Church Hatfield, our oldest living alum (at 107!), was born during the Taft administration.
By Ed. Magazine 01/22/2020 3:13 PM EST
Yurt on HGSE campus
Before there was a Gutman Library, there was a student-built yurt on Appian Way, plus links to a video and story about the student, who eventually moved into a yurt in Maine.
By Ed. Magazine 01/21/2020 3:26 PM EST
A to B written on chalkboard
Seven first-person essays written by alumni about their decision to become educators, plus links to past A to B essays that ran in Ed. magazine.
By Ed. Magazine 01/16/2020 11:38 AM EST
HGSE students in 2019
A special centennial issue from Harvard Ed. magazine. Click headline to access a full version (PDF). A few of the individual reasons we love the Ed School are below.