In the Media
Vassar College was mentioned in a Poughkeepsie Journal story about the Golden Globe win for Mark Ruffalo for his role in I Know This Much Is True, which was filmed, in part, on Vassar’s campus. The College was mentioned in a Nation article about voter suppression of college students and a Mid Hudson News story about Vassar’s plan to allow limited off-campus travel.
A new book by Adjunct Associate Professor of International Studies Paulina Bren (pictured), The Barbizon: The Hotel That Set Women Free, was featured in the New Yorker, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the New Republic.
Writer, producer, and director Shaka King ’01 talked with the New Yorker about his new film, Judas and the Black Messiah.
Ann Dibble Jordan ’55, a former associate professor at the University of Chicago, former director of National Health Laboratories, Brookings Institution Board of Trustees member, and spouse of the recently deceased civil rights leader Vernon Jordan, was mentioned in a MEAWW story about the Vernon Jordan’s family.
Cooking tips by award-winning chef and television show host Andrew Zimmern ’84 were the subject of a Mashed story.
The research of Michele Tugade ’95, Professor of Psychological Science, was mentioned in an Entrepreneur story about resilience.
Lawyer and CNN legal analyst Shanlon Wu ’80 wrote a CNN article about the surge in anti-Asian violence in the U.S.
Mariah Jones ’25 was the subject of a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story.
The research on Roombas by John H. Long Jr., Professor of Biology and Cognitive Science on the John Guy Vassar Chair, was the subject of a Great Courses Daily story.
AC Dumlao ’13, Program Manager for the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, was a guest on an episode of the podcast LGBTQ Nation, which focused on the increase in hate crimes against AAPI groups since the beginning of the pandemic.
Boys State co-director and Mayor Pete producer Amanda McBaine ’94 was mentioned in a Variety story about the Pete Buttigieg documentary.
Anna O. Marley ’96, Curator of Historical American Art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, talked about the work of acclaimed African American painter Henry Ossawa Tanner with the Chestnut Hill Local.