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In the Media

  • Karin Tanabe ’02 (pictured), author of The Gilded Years (based on the true story of Anita Hemmings, class of 1897, the first African American to graduate from Vassar), was interviewed on the podcast “Other: Mixed Race in America,” as transcribed by the Washington Post.

  • Vassar College, as one of 30 signatories on a carbon pollution pricing initiative, was noted in stories published by the Huffington Post, Our Climate, and TheClimateSolution.com. The college’s first food symposium, “Building Food: Food, Space, and Architecture,” was the subject of a USA Today story penned by Sabrina Sucato ’15

  • Eric Marcus ’80 (pictured) was included in a Gay Star News photo essay with portraits of LGBTI elders and younger activists.

  • Dr. Sarah Levin ’95, of Vassar Brothers Medical Center, talked with the Poughkeepsie Journal about the world’s smallest pacemakers, as one of the first doctors to implant the metal capsule into a patient’s heart. 

  • Vassar’s Exploring Transfer program was included in an EvoLLLution story about elite colleges playing a role in supporting non-traditional student transfers from community colleges.