Ann Oldenburg, who started her career at The Washington Post and was a longtime culture writer at USA Today, is assistant director of the journalism program at Georgetown University. An advocate of lifelong learning, she is a member of the first cohort of Georgetown’s new Aging & Health master’s program.
Some recent, intriguing examples of how the conversation is evolving
In this PBS documentary, the trailblazers share their empowering stories
'Dancing With the Stars' proves you're never too old to get your groove on
Even a reluctant sitcom grandpa can teach us a thing or two
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Long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS reflect on what they've witnessed and endured
A series on America's first generation aging with HIV/AIDS