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Beth O’Leary ’74: Space Archaeologist Lauds Lunar Legacy

On July 20, 1969, when Beth O’Leary ’74 was an AFS exchange student in Norway, her host family watched a news report of Apollo 11’s lunar touchdown and humans’ first… ... » Read more

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Martha Henissart ’50: Anonymous No More

Back in the day, murder-mystery writers didn’t get much bigger than Emma Lathen. Between 1961 and 1997 the pseudonymous Lathen published twenty-four novels. ... » Read more

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A Closer Look: The Iconic Iconographer

New Book Showcases Best-Known Work of Susan Kare ’75 Susan Kare ’75 has created countless computer icons during her three-decade career as a graphic designer for a who’s who of Silicon Valley… ... » Read more

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Alum Blog: “Yankee Kitchen Ninja” Julianne Trabucchi Puckett ’91

Julianne Trabucchi Puckett ’91 is known to her faithful followers as the Yankee Kitchen Ninja, or “the Ninj” for short. This title might have something to do with her knife… ... » Read more