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Luke Scanlon acts like an airplane during the American Repertory Theater workshop.

Summer explorers

Harvard Ed Portal program offers fun, skill-building activities for local students

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Carol Kolenik (from left), director of the Harvard Bridge Program, gives the Employer Award to Joyce Gallagher, director of nursing at Good Shepherd Community Care, during the Allston-Brighton Annual Legislators' Breakfast Meeting Recognition Program. Gallagher is seen with Emilia Rodas, a hospice worker, who is part of the Workforce Development Program at the Ed Portal.

A pathway to success

Allston-Brighton coalition combines groups’ talents to help local residents improve their lives and prospects

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Did Thomas Jefferson love Sally Hemings? Professor Annette Gordon-Reed has heard this question at most every event she’s attended since she wrote “Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: An American Controversy.”

How it really happened

Historian Gordon-Reed speaks at Ed Portal about Pulitzer-winning work on Jefferson-Hemings relationship

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Thomas Kelly, Harvard’s Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music, addressed a crowd at the Harvard Allston Education Portal. Kelly’s talk was based on his popular course “First Nights,” where he explores the performance premieres of five seminal music works through a cultural, musical, and historical lens.

Overjoyed

Professor delights in details of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony

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