The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, founded in 1999, launched The Radcliffe Campaign, its part of the University’s new capital campaign, with events in Radcliffe Yard on October 28. Susan (Schildkraut) Wallach ’68, J.D. ’71, who co-chairs the effort with Sidney R. Knafel ’52, M.B.A. ’54, announced at a kickoff cocktail party that The Radcliffe Campaign had set a goal of $70 million, and had already raised $26 million, or 37 percent of that figure.
The program began at 4:00 p.m. in the recently renovated Fay House with a celebration of the new Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach [’68, J.D. ’72] Garden in Radcliffe Yard. Located between Buckingham House and Putnam House, the garden borders Brattle Street across from Harvard’s Loeb Drama Center. The large, 72- by 54-foot site, equipped with water, drainage, electricity, Internet access, and seating, will host a new piece of public art every two years.
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