This amused her professor, the Pittsburgh legal legend John E. Murray.
He called her out to ask if she knew whose face she was wearing, wondering if this was a fashion statement or a kindred spirit.
Ms. Ventre knew Bach quite well. She was coming into law school after a reroute from a career as a concert cellist. Her new path was exciting and unnerving. Everyone in the class seemed different, even looked different, than the crew she’d been hanging around with at the conservatory.
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