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"We weren’t trying to give you any kind of new information. We were trying to give you a sense of the feeling of that summer and how people felt when the bodies were discovered," said Stanley Nelson  Jr., following an excerpt from his film "Freedom Summer." President Drew Faust took part in a Q&A session with Nelson during the final  William Belden Noble Lecture last night at Memorial Church.

What they overcame

Filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr. explains how he documents the Civil Rights Movement and the African-American experience

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A detail from a famous photograph of President Abraham Lincoln. It was taken by Alexander Gardner on Nov. 8, 1863, just weeks before Lincoln would deliver the Gettysburg Address.

Words to remember

Harvard experts reflect on meaning of the Gettysburg Address, 150 years on

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Harvard Business School co-workers and friends of the Campbell family gathered for a moment of silence outside Baker Library Tuesday.

A loss close to home

Krystle Campbell, daughter and sister of employees, mourned; comfort in colleagues urged as community works to regroup

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