The Global Flora Conservatory at the Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouses, it steel frame clad in high-tech plastic, rides the curve of the ridge outside the Science Center and soars to 40 feet at its southwest end. The new structure is breathtaking inside and out.More
This year’s Alumnae Achievement Awards go to Carol Remmer Angle ’48, a pediatrician and toxicology expert, and Diane Rowland ’70, a health-policy expert and advocate for health care for disadvantaged populations.More
Ellice Patterson ’16 created Abilities Dance Boston, a company that is welcoming of people of all physical and mental abilities. She aims to create a better understanding of disability culture, and allow the company’s dancers to “shine their light and tell their truth with their movements.”More
“Connections: An Alumnae Panel” featured a discussion about feminisms across the decades. Pictured are Charlotte Hayes ’75, Vanessa Bennett ’98, Desiree Rogers ’81, Anne Shen Chao ’74, Laila Alawa ’12, and Janet Diederichs ’50.
Desiree Rogers ’81 moderated a panel about feminisms across the decades.
Rachel Nagin ’12 and Marta Rainer ’98 performing in a preview of their fall production, “In the Waiting Room” by Lisa Loomer, directed by Nora Hussey, as part of “Intersections: A Faculty Symposium.”
Smitha Radhakrishnan, associate professor of sociology, performed “Spores of Bluefern” a presentation of prose and dance featuring a celebrated passage from Toni Morrison’s Beloved, as part of “Intersections: A Faculty Symposium.”