Kidney Donor Susie Kreiner Hochenberg ’68 dedicated twenty-eight years to teaching students in New York City public high schools. When she retired, she turned her attention to volunteering at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). Two years ago Hochenberg embraced the opportunity to make a difference in…... » Read more
Known affectionately by students as “the Betty,” the Betty Shabazz Cultural House serves as a meeting place for student organizations, including the Association of Pan-African Unity (APAU), the Mount Holyoke African and Caribbean Student Association (MHACASA), and Students Against Mass Incarceration (SAMI). The Betty has…... » Read more
Babywearing is an age-old method of caretaking, allowing a caregiver to be hands-free while meeting the needs of the child. Wearing babies is also proven to alleviate perinatal mood and anxiety disorders through improved bonding and caregiver confidence, reduced infant crying, and shared human interaction.…... » Read more
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