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Remembering Sr. Regina Finnegan, SND

- Sr. Regina Finnegan, SND, led Trinity's Board in a time of great change. Her legacy at Trinity and at the Academy of Notre Dame in Villanova lives on in the lives of our graduates.
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Women’s Education: Don’t Take It for Granted!

- Women are banned from the study of 77 disciplines in Iran on the theory that "Some fields are not very suitable for women's nature." Shades of 1897! Women cannot take education or freedom for granted.
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August 20: Happy 115th Birthday, Trinity!

- 115 years ago, five Sisters of Notre Dame started a revolution!
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Strange and Wondrous Happenings

- Trinity's new students started off the year with a bigger bang than usual!
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Why She Still Matters

- Geraldine Ferraro's legacy demands that we redouble our efforts to promote women's leadership in the rising generations!
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Measuring Women’s Progress

- White House Report on Women shows progress, but much work remains to ensure women's equality and success. Women's colleges continue to play a vital role in advancing the rights of women.
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Women’s Colleges: Seize the Day!

- Presidents of women's colleges, gathered in the Women's College Coalition meeting at Trinity this week, reaffirm our commitment to the central importance of women's education as an economic and social imperative for our nation.
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The Lives of Girls

- For quite some time there’s been murmuring about girls getting too many advantages.  Echoing mostly from the caves of misogyny, though sometimes threaded with claims of learned research (ah, “data!”), the party line says that out-of-control feminism duped schools into…
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Lonely Hearts at UNC

- Pity the poor women of the University of North Carolina squeezed into a booth in a gritty Chapel Hill bar waiting for “Mr. Right” to pass by.   Bless their hearts, they really do seem desperate …. see the article in
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