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She blazed a trail locally, and now her career comes full circle

Donna L. Halper spinning records on WNEU in 1968. Donna L. Halper spinning records on WNEU in 1968. (file 1968)
By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / October 17, 2008

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Sometimes history can give back. Forty years ago this month, Donna L. Halper was the first woman to go on air at Northeastern University's tiny WNEU, a campus-only AM station, spinning folk music records for a nightly show called "Full Circle." These days, as an assistant professor of communications at Lesley University, she has come full circle, both chronicling media ... (Full article: 599 words)

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