Virtual Oases — and Exciting News!
- As you might know, Exponent II takes its name from the Women’s Exponent — a LDS women’s magazine that ran from 1872 to 1914. This paper, edited for years by Emmeline B. Wells, was a key publication in the suffrage movement and the voice of the Relief Society for a generation; it is an indispensable, intimate record of the lives of our foremothers. And now . . . it is available online! Right here! A click away! And it’s searchable! I am dazedly excited about this. Thanks to Justin for bringing it to our attention.
- From Azucar: What would be your Nobel category?