FLLAC Director James Mundy ’74 to Retire
James Mundy ’74, the Anne Hendricks Bass Director of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, will retire after nearly 30 years at the museum. During his tenture, Mundy helped the art center’s collection grow from 11,000 to more than 21,000 works—including those of Pollock, Gorky, and Picasso. (Photo by Sam Rosen-Amy)
In the Media
Award-winning producer Jason Blum ’91 (pictured), founder and CEO of Blumhouse Productions, will receive the 2018 Israel Film Festival Achievement in Film and TV Award, as noted by BroadwayWorld.com.
Attorney Carrie Goldberg ’99 is featured in the documentary Netizens, which was a Woodstock Film Festival pick, as noted by Chronogram.
Betty Maguire ’41 was mentioned in an Observer-Reporter article about Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service uniforms from World War II.
Mary Gertrude Seiberling Huhn ’41, a vocal antiwar and antinuclear activist and supporter of environmental causes, was remembered by the Akron Beacon Journal.
A lecture by Roxane Gay (pictured), who wrote Bad Feminist, Vassar’s common reading for the class of 2022, was covered in a Poughkeepsie Journal story.
Playwright, actor, and performance artist Yael Haskal ’19 was mentioned in a Register Citizen story about writers welcomed to Torrington’s International Playwrights Festival.
Sophia Siddique Harvey, Associate Professor and Chair of Film, was mentioned in a Prestige story about the film Shirkers, which Harvey produced.