Pam Spence ’98 (Midwest, MA) celebrated 10 years of serving as editor of The Ohio Jewish Chronicle in Columbus, OH. She is also a feature writer for Senior Times (Columbus, OH) and has recently been hired as a feature writer for Heart of Ohio Magazine (Mansfield, OH). Following publication of her second nonfiction book, Glad Rags: Red Panties, Cowgirl Boots and a Sweet Dress to Die For – inspiring clothes and the women who wear them, a successful Kickstarter project, she is currently working on a second edition, revised and updated, of her book Mad About Mead.
Dr. Janet Dewart Bell ’74, ’15 (Antioch Maryland, BA and GSLC, PhD and a member of Antioch’s Board of Governor’s) was quoted in the recent NY Times roundtable article “‘I Feel Proud, and I Feel Mad as Hell’: Gloria Steinem on Ms. Magazine and Feminism Today.” “Janet Dewart Bell, Ms. contributor: My mother thought the title “Ms.” was absolutely brilliant — that it brought dignity, that it brought power and understanding of equality. She felt, even though she never used the term “intersectionality,” that it made women more alike than different.” Read the full NY Times article here. Read Dr.