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Alumnae Stories

Remembering Wendy Wasserstein ’71

An Uncommon Woman Thirty years ago, Wendy Wasserstein ’71 became the first woman to receive a Tony Award, for her play “The Heidi Chronicles.” That same year, 1989, Wasserstein also… ... » Read more

Zoe Darrow plays her Celtic fiddle.

Alumnae Stories

Female Gaze: Musician Zoë Darrow ’12

Fierce as a Fiddle When you hear Zoë Darrow ’12 play Celtic fiddle, you won’t be surprised to learn that she first picked up a violin when she was only… ... » Read more

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Ten Minutes With: Aimée Eubanks Davis ’95

Bridging the Gap After graduation Aimée Eubanks Davis ’95 worked at Teach For America (TFA) in New Orleans and later directed a nonprofit summer-school program aimed to keep those same… ... » Read more

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My Voice: Sehba Sarwar ’86 on Belonging

While I fold and pack my saris, bedcovers, carpets and curtains — fabrics I’ve collected from Pakistan and India for more than 30 years — my friend Anita drops by… ... » Read more