Kelsey Brown '12 has a philosophy that's hitting a cultural sweet spot: Her blog, Happyolks: Recipes and Stories for Happy Folks, has the goal of celebrating the experience of “creating a wholesome meal and the happiness that inherently grows from it.”
Hera Hub, a co-working space for women, caters to its disparate members’ souls while helping the entrepreneurs among them navigate small-business issues. Founder Felena Hanson ’95 has made a career of helping women entrepreneurs grow, and she’s got her eyes on some serious growth of her own business as well.
Benjamin Flores’ class ring has great stories to tell: about Flores, who lost it shortly before deploying to Vietnam; about its moment on the arm of a Miss Universe contestant; about the time it spent buried in the sands of Florida; and less dramatically, about the decades it waited, tucked in the jewelry box of a man who spotted it during a walk on the beach, and about its round trip back to its Torero nearly a half century later.
The stigma of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) often silences women. The Blue Dot Project aims to help by letting women know that they aren’t alone if they feel postpartum anxiety.
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