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You won't want to miss this one! Myra Strober, founding director and professor emerita, with co-author Abby Davisson will share from their new book at this celebration and book signing event. The authors provide a reassuring framework for approaching all aspects of vital love and money decisions.
Artifacts reveal roles of medieval women
KATHRYN STARKEY explains how nontraditional artifacts reveal the importance of women as artisans, cultural ambassadors, and rulers in medieval Germany.
Providers need support under abortion bans
MICHELLE MELLO found health providers are often faced with conflicting laws and inadequate guidance in making decisions. The current legal landscape “pits interests of providers against patients in a way that’s unprecedented,” she said.