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Margaret A. McKenna

The silencing of college presidents

By Margaret A. McKenna
January 13, 2006

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WHEN I BECAME president of Lesley University 20 years ago, I was attracted to the college because of its mission and beliefs that individuals can and should make a difference. After all, I am a product of the 1960s, and we believed that we had an opportunity, in fact a responsibility, to make the world a better place. (Full article: 795 words)

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