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“Mandle , who has been on the board since June 2007 was chosen as the new chairman.”
“[Nick Mandle filling in while Dirk enjoys some well-earned vacation.]”
“Nick Mandle filling in while Dirk enjoys some well-earned vacation.”
“LORI NOVA said ... oh my god - that is SO funny! i've been working so hard and have been so stressed lately - i really needed a good laugh - thanks!! maybe i should offer a "Mandle Making Class!”
““Knitting is an ancient craft, and if you go back to a magical, historical environment like Hogwarts, it makes sense that you would find knitting and hand-knit things around,” said Catherine Mandle, a 33-year-old stay-at-home mom.”
“A year later our school went to a basketball tournament on Dominica Island, and it was there that I met two professors — Jay and Joan Mandle — from Colgate University.”
“Jay Mandle is the author of Democracy, America, and the Age of Globalization”
“Mandle was determined that both sorority members (gasp) and men (double gasp) would be welcome at the center, so she was delighted when, at its 1991 grand opening, a male student ventured in.”
“Mandle, for instance, in her new book "Can We Wear Our Pearls and Still Be Feminists?" claims she lost her job as head of women's studies because she insisted on rigorous academic standards and rejected such "feminist orthodoxies" as the rule that at least half the readings in women's studies courses be written by women.”
“Even Mandle concedes that "without a distinct women's studies program to push, the history department might not offer a course on Women in Antiquity.”
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