1. Langdon  

    Truly an amazing woman.

  2. Gemini

    From her Wikipedia entry:

    She studied at Columbia University in the School of General Studies for two years, taking courses in geology, zoology, law, political science, and economics. About the freedom to study her wide-ranging interests, she has stated:

    For the first time I liked school and for the first time I made good marks. This was almost my undoing because after I had garnered, statistically, a certain number of credits I became the property of Barnard College at Columbia, and once I was the property of Barnard I had to take, it seemed, what Barnard wanted me to take, not what I wanted to learn. Fortunately my high school marks had been so bad that Barnard decided I could not belong to it and I was therefore allowed to continue getting an education.

  3. Zach

    Depressing! She was a figure.

  4. i hated  

    that book in UW. RIP though.

  5. hell of a woman

    she'll be missed.

    by me.

  6. M.R.  

    this is why I came to college. to do impulsive stuff like this. good stuff.

  7. City Beautiful

    Many people will never realize it, but the world just lost one of the most influential people of the last century.

    Goodnight, Jane. The world is a better place today because of you.

  8. Me  

    Depressing. She wrote my favorite book.

  9. TF  

    Her book was assigned throughout Columbia and really changed the way I thought about cities. She'll be missed.

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