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In the Media

  • Cynthia Patton ’83 (pictured), Amgen Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, was named to Black Enterprise’s Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America list, as noted by Amgen.

  • The New York Times wrote positively about the performances of Ethan Slater '14 and Lilli Cooper '12 in the SpongeBob SquarePants: the Musical, which recently opened on Broadway. Slater plays the title character and Cooper plays Sandy Cheeks. Reviews about the musical were published in many media outlets including Huff Post, Playbill, Broadway News, Entertainment Weekly, the Guardian, the Daily Beast, Hollywood Reporter, Vulture, Variety, and the Washington Post.

  • Dr. Philip Putter ’03 (pictured), his wife, Rebecca Putter ’04, and his new business, Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel, were the subjects of a Greenwich Free Press story.

  • Michaela Coplen ’18 was one of 43 U.S. college students to receive the 2018 Marshall Scholarship, which allows for study in the United Kingdom, as noted in the Washington Post and New York Times.

  • Poet Mary Oliver ’59 was the subject of a New Yorker article.