The Quarterly arrives. I open to the class notes, and sigh. Another mother of three gets a promotion at her multinational corporation. Or publishes a book.
The story of Phoebe Prince, a fifteen-year-old student at South Hadley High School who took her own life last January after being
Picture a warm May day in South Hadley. Standing on the lawn in front of Blanchard Campus Center is a group of
Barbara Passino ’69 always thought that American breakfasts were often the worst meal of the day. So when she and her husband
Alumnae confront the challenges with thoughtfulness, humanity, and success Like so many others in America, Jennifer Kyker ’02 had seen