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Mindy Fullilove ’71 On Cover Of YES! Magazine

Posted August 30, 2012

YES! Magazine featured Mindy Fullilove ’71 on the cover of their summer issue “Making it Home.” The issue included an article co-written by Fullilove and her daughter, Molly Rose Kaufman, about their hometown. The article, titled “How I Learned to Love My Hometown,” spotlights the history that brought three generations back to Orange, New Jersey, […]

Yong Jung Cho ’12 Takes Part in Youth Leadership Forum Held in Russia

Posted August 23, 2012

This July, Yong Jung Cho ’12 took part in The Seliger International Youth Forum, an annual Russian state-sponsored forum that brings together young leaders from around the world. The two-week event takes place at Lake Seliger in Russia’s Tver Region outside of Moscow. Cho, who was SGA president during her senior year, traveled to Russia […]

Carol Pepper ’84 Co-Authors The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Enjoying Wealth and Power

Posted August 23, 2012

The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Enjoying Wealth and Power, the recently published book co-written by Carol Pepper ’84 and Camilla Webster, has received critical acclaim for its contemporary financial guidance for women. “The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom offers women guidance in an era of uncharted opportunities and new financial […]

Sarah Schenck ’87 Produces PBS Segment on Childhood Obesity

Posted August 21, 2012

Former Hepburn Fellow Sarah Schenck ’87 produced a segment on childhood obesity for PBS’ Need To Know that aired on August 17. The segment, titled “Saving Carla,” reports on the nation’s high obesity and diabetes rates, which according to the program, are disproportionately impacting children in low-income communities.  While examining how the nation’s obesity problem resonates […]

Trustee Georgette (Gigi) Phillips ’81 Scales Mt. Kilimanjaro

Posted August 7, 2012

On a recent trip to Africa, Bryn Mawr College Trustee Georgette (Gigi) Phillips ’81 successfully scaled Mt. Kilimanjaro. “It was truly the most difficult physical thing I have done in my life,” wrote Phillips on the blog she and her husband Peter created to chronicle their journey. “Am I happy I did it? Absolutely. Will […]