51% #1646: An Archivist Talks About A Former Nun And College President
On this week’s 51%, hear about the life of a former college president. She changed many things about Manhattanville, a liberal arts college in the suburbs of New York City.
In late 2020, a former president of Manhattanville College in Westchester County, New York died. The college’s archivist — Lauren Ziarko — dove into a trove of material about the unorthodox former college president’s life and legacy.
An infant born with a damaged heart has helped break barriers in pediatric cardiac care for patients around the world. And her mother, with roots in a hamlet east of Albany, designed more suitable hospital attire for babies, now used across the country. 51% Dave Lucas reports.
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