August, 2004

Ellen McCulloch-Lovell, President of Marlboro College


She stood in the White House, watching proudly as the military attaché took the arm of her date and escorted her up the steps of the Grand Foyer for dinner with the President — her date, the woman who gave birth to her over fifty years earlier. A woman for whom a career was not an option but who instilled in her daughter Ellen the belief that she could expect more and do more.


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Eleanor Clift Interview


I'm sitting here with MS magazine ("Closing the Leadership Gap" by Marie C. Wilson, president of the White House Project), and the opening line of the story I'm looking at is: "Men and women must be in power to moderate the influence of masculinity on all of us."


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Editor's Perspective


I am outraged by the words of Teresa Heinz Kerry at the Democratic National Convention.

“My right to speak my mind, to have a voice, to be what some have called 'opinionated' is a right I deeply and profoundly cherish.''

This discussion is necessary in the United States of America in 2004?

Apparently so.


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Sometimes when it’s quiet, and you’re sitting there, tuned into the cosmos, what you hear is the sound of sensitive organisms smacking into something hard and inflexible.


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