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Journey into Africa

Alumnae confront the challenges with thoughtfulness, humanity, and success Like so many others in America, Jennifer Kyker '02 had seen the commercials imploring viewers to send money to help people starving in Africa. They were heartbreaking and compelling, and they'd raised millions of dollars for…... » Read more

Thirty Years of Red Ribbons

HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, continues to make headlines as activists and researchers mark the thirtieth year since the first HIV cases were identified—and the thirtieth year without a cure or vaccine. And the epidemic continues to spread, as Lily Rodriguez '09 knows only too…... » Read more

Crusading For a Cause

After suffering personal loss, alums reach out to help others Deborah Morosini '80 is a doctor. She appreciates logic and has a great deal of respect for science, but in certain areas of her life, she finds little need for cold, hard facts. She knows what she knows,…... » Read more

Gianna Montinola ’80: Never Too Busy to Help

Typhoon Ketsana, known in the Philippines as Ondoy, hit the Pacific island nation on September 26, 2009, dumping almost twice as much rain as Katrina did in Louisiana, killing hundreds, and leaving metro Manila in ruins. An island city, Manila is continually plagued by typhoons…... » Read more