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Harold Amos ’41, PhD: Scientist, Teacher, Mentor

The editors from the New York Times called him a  ”Pacesetter Among Blacks in Academia.” Born in New Jersey, Harold Amos ‘41, PhD, attended school in a two-room segregated schoolhouse in Pennsauken, N. J., but went on to become a microbiologist at Harvard Medical School,…

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Student Voices: Black Lives Matter on Alden Street

For many Black and Brown students, this is a conflicting time. Many of us have hosted events, programming, and conversations focused on diversity and inclusion on campus with little to no attendance or support.

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