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Winter 2018
From a young age, Yaffa Grossberg was sure of two things: that she was going to become a teacher and that she was going to live in...
Winter 2018
When Kate Linthicum was about eight years old, she would read the newspaper from front to back and go to school with ink stains on her elbows...
Winter 2018
Every Saturday, Prema Choudhury ’10 meets her cousin Preeti Choudhury at the corner of Westchester and Zerega Avenues in the Bronx to open the doors to ScholarSpace,...
Fall 2017
When Lani Santo ’02 was thirteen years old, her mother came out as a lesbian. The news, shared only with close family, remained a carefully guarded secret...
Fall 2017
Vice-President for the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, Dr. Marilyn Sanders Mobley is one of academia’s leading...
Fall 2017
The most important factor when Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning producer Dasha Amsterdam Epstein considers a theatrical work is how it will make people feel. If there...
Summer 2017
When Susan Cole ’62 became president of Montclair State University in 1998, she saw untapped potential. “In an environment with tens of thousands of unserved students, the...
Summer 2017
While working as a columnist for a newspaper in Ontario, Canada, Amy Friedman ’74 visited several prisons to report on the criminal justice system and fell in...
Summer 2017
Tsechu Dolma ’14 lived in Nepal until she was 10, when her parents, who were Tibetan refugees, sought asylum for their family in the United States. Dolma...
Spring 2017
Julia Brennan’s work has taken her from the collections of the royal family of Thailand to a community church in Rwanda, where the 1994 genocide took the...