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Faust says women should press ahead

Faust says women should press ahead

May 30, 2014

It’s hard to imagine today, but as a woman, Harvard President Drew Faust would have been unable to attend Princeton University, Yale University, or the University of Virginia in 1964.

The reality was little better in Cambridge, Faust told a crowd today gathered under a tent during the annual celebration of Radcliffe Day. Had she been a student then at Radcliffe, Harvard’s sister college, said Faust, Lamont Library would have Read more about Faust says women should press ahead

Finding their voices

Finding their voices

May 7, 2014

“Adult education has improved our lives,” said Waleska DeSouza as she stood before a crowd at the Charlesview Community Center in Allston-Brighton. “We can look for jobs, express our feelings and our thoughts, because we speak English now. Last week, a woman asked me for information, simple information on how to take the bus. But I could help her. It felt amazing, and I am so grateful.”

DeSouza was Read more about Finding their voices

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