By Susan Piland
Grace Majiakusi, Heller MA’13, has walked a long road to convince her Maasai village to value its women as much as its men.
By David Levin
For decades physicists sought to describe the universe and the laws that govern it. They think they have found the final piece of the puzzle. Now what?
Daniel Smith ’99 proves that the best way to beat back the grasping tentacles of anxiety is to write a critically acclaimed, outrageously funny memoir about it.
Founding Ms. magazine editor Letty Cottin Pogrebin '59 is a feminist, writer, political commentator, doting grandmother, Jew — in short, a lifelong social justice activist.
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