Memories From a WWII Prison Camp
Filmmaker Zuzana Justman ’54 wrote a harrowing New Yorker story about the years she was imprisoned at the Terezín concentration camp with her family 75 years ago, using a diary she wrote during her time there as a guide. (Photo by Richard Termine for the New York Times)
In the Media
Songwriter and singer Zach Sorgen ’12 (pictured) won the NBC Songland competition, with the song “Bad Habit.”
President Elizabeth Bradley wrote a Forbes article about a critical public-health problem—gun violence.
Vassar College was mentioned and Laura Kasson Fiss ’05, Assistant Director of the Honors Pathway Program, was quoted in a Michigan Tech News story about Victorian parodies, such as “The Mathematikado.”
The Chicago Tribune remembered Patricia Dodson ’44-45, a feminist, activist, world traveler, Girl Scout leader, and more!
Kathleen Konopka ’92 was named Deputy Attorney General in charge of Office of the Attorney General’s Public Advocacy Division, as noted by The DC Line.