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to revitalizing
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a passionate commitmentto revitalizing communities

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the opportunity tolearn, connect, and grow

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Loeb Year  in Review2023-24

2023-24Loeb Yearin Review

Loebs at dinner on their first night in Tokyo

The Loeb Fellowshipis designed for

civic leaders, journalists, architects, technologists, urban planners and designers, activists, landscape architects, policy makers, and public artists

who come from around the world to the Harvard Graduate School of Design with one purpose: to make the world a better place for all.

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Introducing the Loeb FellowshipClass of 2025

Introducingthe Loeb FellowshipClass of 2025

The Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design welcomes the class of 2025 Loeb Fellows.
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Back to Square One:Reimagining O’Bryant Square

Back toSquare One:ReimaginingO’Bryant Square

Randy Gragg and the Portland Parks Foundation were determined to save Portland’s O’Bryant Square. With the help of some Loebs, they activated a citywide conversation and design charrette to generate bold ideas.
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It MattersHow We Chooseto Remember:A Story of Bones

It MattersHow We Chooseto Remember:A Story of Bones

Peggy King Jorde ’96 is producer and protagonist in A Story of Bones, a film about a burial ground on an island in the South Atlantic and a global call to action to honor the victims of the slave trade. Here she tells the story behind it.
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The 2025Loeb Fellows