|Volume 16||Number 3|
By Megan Mcnamer
The legacy of UM's most famous alumna, Jeannette Rankin.
A PIONEERING SPIRIT
By Janelle Leader Lamb
She set up child health clinics in Montana, she treated malnutrition in India and, a decade before she died, Jessie Bierman endowed the Flathead Lake Biological Station.
A WOMAN FOR ALL SEASONS
By Constance Poten
Co-founder of the Women's Studies Program, Professor Maxine Van de Wetering helped seven students become Rhodes Scholars. And she electrifies an audience when she speaks.
THE BIRTH OF WOMEN'S STUDIES
By Joyce Brusin
From the drawing board into the fire: the evolution of UM's Women's Studies Program.
A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN
By Kim Anderson
How to be a feminist? Just ask the crew at UM's Women's Center.
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
By Patrick Hutchins
A rancher, a judge, a jazz singer, a producer and a scientist: five generations of UM alumna.
WOMEN OF THE MILLENNIUM
By Beth Judy
Four UM students - ranging from artist to lawyer - get ready to set the world on fire.
By Susanna Sonnenberg
Poems about immigrant women, an epistolary novel about Yellowstone National Park and a novel about a woman spying on her life in a western university town much like Missoula.
Cover: Self portrait in oil pastels by Amie Thurber.
All photos by Todd Goodrich, except as noted.