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A History through Letters

¶ In its very first issue the editors of the Alumnae Quarterly invited readers to send feedback, and in its second issue—published in July 1917—letters from alumnae were included. In… ... » Read more

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Prepared to Pivot

Four alumnae talk about the sometimes unexpected turns in their career paths Perhaps, like many parents, you put your career on hold to raise a family. Or an economic downturn… ... » Read more

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President’s Pen: Spring 2017

If the notion of “return on investment” is a new way of students, parents, policymakers, and the wider public measuring higher education, it’s not a new idea. The value of… ... » Read more

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Right is of No Sex. Truth is of No Color.

The daughter of abolitionists and a leading suffragette, Helen Pitts, class of 1859, fought for civil rights long before her marriage to Frederick Douglass Helen Pitts Douglass, class of 1859,… ... » Read more