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  • “In 1975, to comply with Title IX, the men's basketball locker room at McGaw Hall (now Welsh-Ryan Arena) was split in half so the women's team could be closer to the floor. The funny thing was that the …”
  • “I recall Anucha Browne coming into Patton gym to play ball. Not everyone on the court would know who she was, and some guys clearly doubted she could play with them. Then, of course, she would completely …”

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The Morty Years

Spring 2022

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  • “Morty was always approachable. Whether it was when he came to a Hillel luncheon to discuss his book The Fabulous Future?, chatting with me when my kids graduated or answering a nonspecialist's economics …”
  • “Morty has been and is amazingly great. Surely there is an ongoing role for him at Northwestern. When you find someone so special, never ever let them go! ”

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  • “I’m with Catherine Scholl ’86 — loved the old Music Building! I’d trek down from the Phi Gam house, sometimes late at night, just to spend an hour or two playing piano to my heart’s content down …”
  • “The walk along fraternity row. I was a DU [Delta Upsilon]. ”

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  • “I read your article “Widening the Arch” in the winter edition of Northwestern Magazine with great interest. I went to Northwestern in the 1960s and our daughter, Rose [Arnold ’10, ’12 MS], got …”
  • “I enjoyed reading about the students that have been helped by Northwestern. I am a '97 grad with my MA in speech pathology. When I applied, I was 40 years old and facing a career change (from television …”

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