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Monday, September 14, 2015

A moment of silence at Harvard

This past weekend has been a tumultuous one for the Harvard community, especially within the Class of 2018, Lowell House, and the Harvard-Radcliffe Asian American Christian Fellowship. 

On Saturday, these communities lost Luke Tang, a member of the Class of 2018 with a passion for physics and poetry and with a heart so wide and compassion so strong that even within his short year at Harvard, Luke's memory and influence has an impact that is inspirational and enduring. 

This week at Harvard is a time to feel, grieve, and reflect. Too often are we hit with the news of the sudden and unexpected death of a student, not solely at Harvard, but at campuses across the nation. We're reeling and hurting from the news, and the community is hurting, but as a community, we're taking steps forward.


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