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Radcliffe College:

see Harvard UniversityHarvard University,
mainly at Cambridge, Mass., including Harvard College, the oldest American college. Harvard College

Harvard College, originally for men, was founded in 1636 with a grant from the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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Radcliffe College received a gift of stock, her book rights, and funding to endow a Merze Tate Graduate Fellowship.
In 1997 she attended the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College as a Fellow in Poetry.
In April 1969, she she was admitted to Harvard University's Radcliffe College in America and graduated in 1973 with a degree in political science.
With their fortune and connections to the "right" people, the Bruces were able to send their children and grandchildren to Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard University and Radcliffe College. Some of the "right" people included President Ulysses S.
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After finishing my indoctrination, I was commissioned an ensign and sent to Supply Corps School at Radcliffe College in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
She answered "no" to a question on her application to Radcliffe College to hide the fact that she had been in therapy for anorexia.
1904: Helen Keller - who had been blind and deaf since the age of two - graduated from Radcliffe College with honours.
It was written in 1908, four years after she graduated from Radcliffe College and, in the editor's words, it established her 'as a literary author of the first rank'.
Ann was a graduate of Radcliffe College (B.A., 1951) and Syracuse University (M.M., 1969), and received her D.M.A.
That was the radical notion entertained by two Harvard historians and Radcliffe College's administrators in the mid-1950s.
One of her father's cousins was the first African American woman to earn a PhD from Radcliffe College. "We had 13 schoolteachers in the family," she said.