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Highlights from the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin Summer 2000 issue

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LIVING FOR CHANGE: Grace Lee Boggs, Ph.D. '40
Movement activism in the black community.
Read Grace Lee Boggs' March 23 speech to Philadelphia School District employees about the crisis in our schools.

TRACING THE IMPACT OF A CHOICE By Ginger McShane Warfield '63
Teaching algebra to inner city elementary school students.

GETTING INTO THE BRAIN BUSINESS By Louise Earle Loomis '50
Tapping into the processes of critical and creative thinking.

FOLLOWING OPPORTUNITY WHERE IT LEADS By Eve Pell '58
Prison reform activism to investigative reporting to serious running at 60.

WATER IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD By Ruth Rosenhek '81
Campaigning to stop the mining of new and unecological gold.

FOOD CHOICES, LIFESTYLE CHOICES By Paula Dubkin Yearwood '63
Vegetarianism's connection to love of animals.

TICKET FOR ONE By Debby Prigal '81
Staying single.

A REVOLUTIONARY PATH TO LOVE By Mary Beth Krane Derr '85
Early marriage and motherhood.

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AA logo Alumnae Association News
Owl Springerle Mold
Networking in Boston

BMC seal College News
College's Plan for a New Century
Alumnae in the news: Juliet Goodfriend '63,
Drew Gilpin Faust '68, Ana Botin '82.
Reinventing the Book.
Cross-disciplinary lectures.

Call for articles

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