A panel discussion moderated by board chair Teresa Pike Tomlinson ’87 had College leaders address questions submitted by constituents for more than 90 minutes over lunch today.
When I was in high school, I was a girl who was good at math. I soared through AP calculus, I scored higher on the math section than the verbal section of the SAT, and I was even on the math team (although not the only female, proudly).
Perhaps the most surprising fact about Christine Darden’s career isn’t that she had a weak background in math, or that she learned how to change oil as a child, but that she doesn’t remember feeling discriminated against because of her race or gender when NASA first hired her as a data analyst in 1967.
Three VCCA fellows will present their work to the Sweet Briar community at 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 1, in the library’s Reahard Gallery.
Sweet Briar’s Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association team finished its season on Sunday at the University of Mary Washington as the high-point team with an amazing nine blue ribbons and 44 points out of a perfect score of 49.
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