As the proud alumna of an all-women's college, when I read Devin'e piece on the guy-centennial, I was struck by the immediate obvious differences between our respective undergraduate experiences. As I've reflected on her words, though, I've been thinking a lot about what it means to "be present": what are all the ways that we erase women's presences? And how do we thoughtfully draw them back into the picture? This, and much more food for thought, is available in the current issue of Iris Magazine.
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