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  • The new musical, Black Light, and its star and creator Daniel Alexander Jones ’91 (pictured) (performing as his stage persona, Jomama Jones), was the subject of a Rolling Stone story.

    President Elizabeth Bradley penned an Inside Higher Ed article about the benefits gained by students who study the humanities.

    Vassar College was mentioned in an Inside Higher Ed story about schools that offer programs designed to help students “slow down, relax, and learn how to manage problems they’ll face outside of college.”

    Hua Hsu, Associate Professor of English and Director of American Studies, wrote a New Yorker story about the lawsuit against Harvard University and its admissions process, some of the people involved with the lawsuit, and the ramifications of the judicial decision, which could lead to significant changes in college admissions policies.

    Sasha Velour ’09, a performer and artist and the winner of season nine of RuPaul’s Drag Race, was the subject of a Rolling Stone article.

    Ann Northrop ’70, a pioneering AIDS activist and journalist, was profiled by QNotes.

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