Shelley Weinstock, '76, Lisa Pence, '75, and Deborah Bornstein-Gichan, '76 (BardCorps)
Paul Margolis '76
Shelley Weinstock, Lisa Pence, and Deborah Bornstein-Gichan, '76, '75, and '76 respectively, were at Bard at a time when the Feminist Movement was just beginning to gain momentum: "I remember it being a very new idea. Feminism was a big, new idea and it was wonderful." Shelley found acceptance and encouragement as a woman in science, while Lisa and Deborah describe their experiences in the literature and dance departments. Together, the three speak of their reasons for attending Bard; what the college provided for them then and since in their lives and careers; and how much their friendships with each other and their classmates has meant through it all. Forty years on, an initial rebuff from a guy friend is now remembered with laughter and huge affection: "I'd go out with you, but I'm social climbing. I'm only dating seniors."
Billy Steinberg '72, Ben LaFarge, Tom Wolf, Elizabeth Stambler, Fred Grab, Betty Josephson, Hilton Weiss, MIT, Albert Reid, Nancy Lewis, Grand Union, Aileen Passloff, Arlene Laub, "Our bodies, Ourselves", Rolling Stone
Bertelsmann Campus Center
Weinstock '76, Shelley; Pence '75, Lisa; and Bornstein-Gichan '76, Deborah, "Shelley Weinstock, '76, Lisa Pence, '75, and Deborah Bornstein-Gichan, '76 (BardCorps)" (2016). BardCorps -- All Oral Histories. 40.
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