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Maggy McCormick Brown ’88

Maggie Brown ’88, April 12, 1998, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, of breast cancer. She was a PhD candidate in the Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins University. She was awarded two prestigious fellowships in her field: the Bourse Chateaubriand Fellowship and a Fulbright Fellowship for work towards her dissertation in Paris. After graduating from Reed, she cofounded the Women’s Health Education Project in New York City with Stephanie Stevens ’86 and Susan Davis ’88. She also worked for several years in the Center for Medical Consumers, founded by Arthur Levin ’57. She is survived by three sisters, a brother, grandmother, uncle, four nieces and nephews, and her partner, Cameron Flint ’87.

Appeared in Reed magazine: August 1998

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