Lost and Found is an event bringing the Harvard community together to acknowledge the losses experienced over the past year, and to share insights that we gained. There will be time for writing, reflection, storytelling, and building bonds with each other. All members of the Harvard community are welcome.
On Your Time: Add a reflection
All members of the Harvard community are invited to share your reflection online about what you have lost and found during the pandemic.
The online board is anonymous and will be available throughout the semester at bit.ly/harvard-lost-found.
You may also engage your community by printing our Lost and Found Poster (24 x 36 in) and displaying in a shared space.
- Memorial Church
- Annenberg Hall
- Harvard Kennedy School
- Harvard Graduate School of Education
- Harvard College Houses: Eliot, Lowell, Winthrop
- Harvard Athletics
- Lamont Library
- Phillips Brooks House
- Smith Campus Center
Past event: Online Gathering
Thursday, October 28
5-6 p.m. ET via Zoom
Sherri Ann Charleston, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Defining Ambiguous Loss
Tammy McLeod, Cru Chaplain
Stories of Loss and Hope
Khalil Abdur-Rashid, Muslim Chaplain
Matthew Ichihashi Potts, Pusey Minister
Sana Shareef and Kori Ricketts, Harvard students
Please note: The outdoor gathering on Tuesday, October 26, has been cancelled due to rain and high winds.