After graduating from Wheaton in 1948 with a degree in chemistry, she pursued her dream of going to medical school. She applied to both John Hopkins and Harvard. Without Avery knowing at the time, Harvard didn’t accept any females into their program but John Hopkins did. When she got into John Hopkins, it was without a question that’s where she would attend medical school, in fact, her inspiration Emily Bacon went there too. Avery had experienced a major culture shock from attending an all women’s college to finding herself be one of only four women in her class at John Hopkins.
Merwin who admired both the work of Sylvia and Ted. When Sylvia became pregnant with the couple's first child, they decided to move back to the United Kingdom, where they lived in Devon. On April 1, 1960, Freida Hughes was born. After the birth of her first daughter, Sylvia's first collection of poems titled, "The Colossus" was published in the United Kingdom Later in 1961, Sylvia suffered a devastating miscarriage. This event pulled her deeper into depression and it was very evident in her writing and in everything… In 1960, Sylvia Plath's first collection of poems, The Colossus was published.
Sophia Tolstoy was the second of three children, all girls, born to Andrey Evstafievich Behrs and his wife Liubov Alexandrovna Behrs. Her father was a physician and a student of his, Kukula, taught her to use his camera the summer she turned sixteen. Eventually, Kukula gave the camera to her as a present and she spent the summer recording images of her family and friends. Unfortunately, none of those first photos have survived, and it was more than twenty years before she picked it up again. When she was eighteen Sophia was introduced to Leo Tolstoy, who began to visit the family often.
Aura L. Guir College Prep. June 16, 2010 The biography of Rosa Louise Parks Rosa was born on February 4th, 1913, in Tuskegee Alabama, she was the oldest of the two children her parents had. Rosa was brought up by her parents James and Leonna McCauely, her father was a carpenter and her mother was a teacher. At the age of two Rosa, her younger brother Sylvester and her mother moved to her grandparent’s farm in Pine Level, Alabama. At the age of 11 she was enrolled at the Montgomery Industrial School for girls once graduated, she went on to Alabama State Teacher's College High School.
Proper swaddling technique February 15, 2011 In the matter of a very short time, a newborn finds themself thrust from the comfort of a mother’s womb to a frightening foreign world. Swaddling is a technique that has been used for many years providing security and comfort while maintaining the newborn’s temperature within an appropriate range. On Tuesday February 15, 2011, I was assigned a patient who I will refer to as “C.M.” and while providing care for her during my clinical shift, I learned that she lacked knowledge relating to correct swaddling technique. C.M. is a 25 year old African American who previously earned a Bachelor’s in Business and currently employed by the corporate office of Gap.
Maya Streloff 14th/04 /2012 Social Studies 9 John Kay (Flying Shuttle) John Kay was the twelfth child born. He was born in the Lancashire hamlet of Walmersley just north of Bury in England in June 17th 1704. John Kay’s father Robert owned the park estate in Walmersley, but before John Kay was born his father had died and his mother was responsible for his education till she was remarried. At age twenty-two John Kay only had forty dollars and an education until he was fourteen. After John Kay has traveled the country with his brother William they both got married to Bury women.
Margaret was actually taught by her grandmother for most of her pre-college life. She said, “I never expected any teacher to know as much as my parents or grandmother did.” (Mead, 48) When Margaret started to attend college she started at DePauw first. But she soon learned was that this school, at least when she attended, revolved around getting into a sorority or a fraternity. She explains, “By and large, however, the girls who were, by sorority standards, ineligible were less attractive and less sparkling than their classmates who were among the chosen.” (95) She was shunned and was never asked to join a sorority. Margaret was treated poorly at DePauw by not only the students but the professors as well.
At the tender age of nine, Horney developed a crush on her brother but was rejected and shunned of reciprocated feelings from him. This is the event that began the downward spiral into the depression that would follow Horney throughout her life (Britannica encyclopedia, 2012). In 1906 Horney decided that if she could not be attractive then she would be smart and enrolled into medical school against both of her parents’ wishes. Horney was one of the first women to enter medical school. Little did anyone know that the events that would soon occur dramatically would change Horney’s life in many ways.
She was born April 21, 1993 weighing only three pounds fourteen ounces and was sixteen and a half inches long. She was a preemie. When I held her it was like holding a baby doll. After a brief stay (2 weeks) in the hospital she came home. Her father moved in with me to my parent’s house.
Coco Chanel Biography Coco Chanel was the first fashion designer to make it on Time magazine’s “List of 100 Most Important People” and was one of the most successful designers ever, but when she was young, she struggled with a terrible childhood. She was born Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel in August 19, 1883 in Saumur, France. Her mother died of tuberculosis when Coco was only 6 years old and her father abandoned her and her 2 sisters and put them into orphanages. She was first taught how to sew by nuns there. Chanel had a small singing career before she opened her first Paris hat shop in 1910.