Kathy Roth-Douquet '86
Posted February 20th, 2019
Roth-Douquet 86, formed a nonprofit that has grown to serve more than a million military family members.
Linda-Susan Beard
Posted February 6th, 2019
"A black woman has never done this, nor has someone who was a non-seated legislator done this," Beard says. "So she's making history. Everything about this is historical and precedent-breaking." 
Michelle Francl
Posted January 30th, 2019
Her interview responded to a recent Arizona legislative bill that would require vaccine manufacturers to list the chemicals in vaccinations.
Periodic Table of Elements
Posted January 4th, 2019
Francl is a guest on "Science in Action" for a segment on the 150th anniversary of the periodic table of the elements.
Shaughnessy Naughton
Posted October 9th, 2018
Naughton's organization is dedicated to supporting members of the STEM community running for elected office.
Inside Higher Ed Logo
Posted September 26th, 2018
Karen argues that discrimination claims against Harvard are actually an attack on holistic admissions policies.
Posted September 19th, 2018
As executive director of the Merchants Fund, a business-assistance charity, Patricia Blakely '80 has helped countless Philadelphia area entrepreneurs achieve their goals.
Posted August 17th, 2018
Fahl is the presumptive favorite to be the next mayor of Lambertville, N.J. In the Democratic primary, the 28-year-old defeated an incumbent who has been in office since she was born.
Katharine Houghton Hepburn
Posted July 18th, 2018
The Hartford Courant digs into its archives for a number of letters from Katharine Houghton Hepburn (class of 1899). Hepburn was a leader of the Connecticut suffragist movement.