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Festivities included a discussion on “A Decade of Decisions and Dissents: The Roberts Court, from 2005 to Today,” followed by remarks from David H. Souter and conversation with this year's Radcliffe Medalist, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Find your classmates and friends in the Radcliffe Archives, where Radcliffe Quarterlys and Radcliffe College yearbooks have been digitized.
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History of Radcliffe College
The Patty Trustman Gelfman collection on the history of Radcliffe College provides detailed information about the presidents and academic leadership of Radcliffe College and Schlesinger Library history.
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