Thank you everyone who came down to paint and meet new alums last Sunday! Some pictures of what went down:
In an office conference room surrounded by a fantastic view of the National Gallery, Parliament House and the Padang, Harvard Professor Eugene Wang guided us through the evolution of Buddhist art from the 1920s to modern era, which he concisely did by explaining how various schools of thought and significant historical personalities apply art and science to shape Buddhist art into what it is now...
The HCS community had a blast reliving our days in Cambridge courtesy of the Krokodiloes who brought with them their trademarked acts. Fans of the Kroks spanning three generations showed their support at a sold out event held in the midst of Robert Yasuda’s amazing creations. It was great to see so many linger on to catch up with each over canapés and Prosecco and we hope to see more of you at...
A big thank you to everyone who came down for our evening yoga flow in conjunction with Jyan studio! Great to see new and old faces, along with friends from partner university LBS 🙂
We conducted our annual AGM on 20th March at the One Farrer hotel. The AGM was well attended, during which we introduced the newly elected committee members as well as passed several resolutions. After the AGM, we were greeted to a generous reception with Provost Alan Garber who provided us updates from campus as well as answer questions about equity and fairness in admissions. Congratulations...
A cozy group of alumni had a lovely evening with Vice Provost Mark Eliot and Prof James Robson that started as a discussion which morphed into cocktails and then finally a chicken rice dinner. Mark Eliot likened his role at times as Harvard’s “Chief International Officer”; and clearly both these senior faculty members were on a mission to engage and connect with the international alumni and...
On 1 December we held a joint drinks gathering with the HBS Club of Singapore at Bar.Celona on Battery Road. The hardy crew came despite a lot of rain to kick off the holiday season.
Seven Ivy League schools descended on SICC’s bowling alley to compete in our first-ever Ivy Bowl bowling competition.
Harvard and Cornell emerged the top teams in their respective round robin brackets and played each other in the finals, with Harvard emerging victorious: 114 to 98!
Jody Soja, an HGSE alum and the Head of School of Indian Mountain School, held a very informative presentation to a small group of alumni parents who had interest in learning about the US boarding school system in general. Jody shared her wealth of knowledge on both the senior and the junior boarding schools themselves and was also able to talk extensively on the students’ experiences at all...