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Monday, February 27, 2017



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Campus Power Couples

THE WHOLE FAMILY: One of Prof. Donald Katz (NBIO) and Prof. Teresa Mitchell’s (PSYC) favorite memories is flying to meet their son for the first time.

Campus Power Couples


<p><strong></strong><strong>UNTOLD STORIES</strong>: Kathy Kleiman discussed her documentary on the six female programmers behind a military computer.</p>

Pioneering Programmers

<p><strong></strong><strong>CANDID CONVERSATION:</strong> Rebecca Walker (right) talked about the need for the inclusion of women of color’s voices in the media.</p>

Looking Through “Transparent”

<p>ENVIRONMENTALLY AWARE ALUMNAE: Carly Greenberg BA ’11 MA’12 (Right), Elena Reinholtz ’11 (Center) and Hannah Saltman ’12 (Left) discussed how they think about the environment  when investing.</p>

Investing for a Cause

<p><strong>SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS:</strong> Students took turns explaining what social justice means to them.</p>

Forging Paths

<p>ROLE REVERSAL: Mindy Fried presented her book, “Caring for Red” which describes Fried’s experience as a caretaker.</p>

The art of aging

Adapting A Classic

<p><strong>BUILDING BUSINESSES:</strong> Students were tasked to create sustainable businesses aimed at helping refugees.</p>

Social Justice Startups

<p><strong>ACAPELLA AND AGING</strong>: Too Cheap for Instruments, alongside other acapella groups, sang songs representative of the night’s theme of aging.</p>

Coffeehouse for a Cause

Louis' Literature: Making Sense

Louis' Literature: Alice in Manhattan

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