Reunions '02: Gathering at the Rock
Putting 'NU' Connections to Work
Kellogg Graduate School of Management
School of Law
Heading to Havana
Ahead of Her Time
Looking Out for Kids
The Alumnae of Northwestern University are wrapping up another successful continuing education series this month. In addition to offering
courses on gender, health care and music, the club lined up prominent faculty to examine the impact of terrorism. University President Henry
S. Bienen drew upon his expertise in international affairs, lecturing in April on the changes in the Bush administrationšs diplomatic policies
before and after Sept. 11.
Leigh Buchanan Bienen signed her latest book, The Left-Handed Marriage, for John Evans Club member Patrick Schauer (S75)
at the club's fireside gathering in February.
At the Council of One Hundreds spring meeting in April, members offered career guidance to 185 female students, and together they enjoyed
the lighter side of mentoring by attending a comedy presentation on the topic by Chicagos Second City improvisational company.
Members of FAN (Friends of Anthropology at Northwestern) took part in a number of activities in the first part of 2002, including a May
tour of the permanent collection of Chicagos Oriental Institute.
The Northwestern Alumni Association is working with alumni to establish clubs for Asians and Asian Americans and for gays and lesbians.
For more information on alumni clubs, call 847-491-3317 or log on to www.alumni.northwestern.edu/clubs
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