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Archive for October, 2009

Juliet Goodfriend ’63 Named 2009 Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania

Posted October 16, 2009

Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell has recognized Juliet Goodfriend ’63 as a 2009 Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania.  “Women recognized as Distinguished Daughters are those whose achievements on a national and statewide scale have been so outstanding that they have brought honor and respect to the commonwealth,” says the Pennsylvania Commission for Women on its Web site. […]

Constance Rosenblum ’65 Publishes History of the West Bronx’s Grand Concourse

Posted October 15, 2009

The New York University Press recently published Boulevard of Dreams: Heady Times, Heartbreak, and Hope along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx by veteran New York Times writer and editor Constance Rosenblum ’65. The book traces the 100-year history of the four-mile-long Grand Boulevard and Concourse, a broad avenue that was designed to echo the […]

Documentary by Joanna Chejade-Bloom ’02 Reveals Startling New Finding About Skull Believed to Be Hitler’s

Posted October 8, 2009
In Chejade

A documentary produced and directed by Joanna Chejade-Bloom ’02 made headlines when it aired on the History Channel in September. Read more»