A year ago, my husband and I had the opportunity to take my kids to Columbia University and give them a personal tour around the Jerome L. Greene Hall, Columbia Law School's building. I remember stopping at a frame of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and sharing with them who she was and some of her life achievements. They could tell how proud we … Continue reading The power of dissenting for the future
Today I participated in my Alma Mater’s virtual graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020. I was not planning to attend, but I had nostalgic feelings from my own graduation ceremony more than 20 years ago and concluded that it was important to express support to the students and faculty at this critical time. As I heard the graduation speakers, a stream … Continue reading Good Memories from Campus Life!