A Moment of Silence in Honor of Freddie Carlos Gray, Jr.

FreddieGrayGatheringOn May 1st, 2015 over 200 Harvard Chan students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the surrounding community gathered for a moment of silence to remember Freddie Gray who died on April 19 due to injuries sustained while in police custody.

First-year SBS doctoral student, Yulin Hswen, SD ’18 who organized the moment of silence said, “Our turnout was greater than imagined. We are proud of the strong presence of our community and hope this sparks continued action and discussion about social and racial inequities in the U.S. and in the world.”

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NCAA highlights teaching case on eating disorders among college athletes

Congratulations to Emily Kroshus, SBS postdoc and STRIPED for their newest teaching case, “Weighing the Evidence: One University Takes a Hard Look at Disordered Eating Among Athletes,” which is being promoted by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) through their national network of college athletics professionals.

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