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Journalists’ Panel Included Big Names in News

Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Bernstein P’00, CBS News Correspondent Chip Reid ’77, Atlantic magazine writer Natasha Bertrand ’14, and former Washington Post editor Peter Osnos discussed the future of democracy and the Fourth Estate at an event in New York City on Nov. 26, honoring some of Vassar’s most faithful and generous donors.

In the Media

  • Immigrant, Montana, the latest novel by Amitava Kumar (pictured), Professor of English on the Helen D. Lockwood Chair, was included in the New York Times “100 Notable Books of 2018” list. The novel was also the subject of a Winnipeg Free Press story.

    The Immortalists, by author Chloe Benjamin ’10, was named in NPR’s list of the best books of 2018.

    Joshunda Sanders ’00 wrote a Longreads article in which she interviewed Glory Edim, author of the anthology Well-Read Black Girl: Finding Our Stories, Discovering Ourselves.

    Sophia Siddique Harvey, Associate Professor and Chair of Film, was mentioned in a New York Times story about noteworthy films that have found new life on Netflix.

    Malcolm North ’79, an ecologist with the U.S. Forest Service, was interviewed on NPR’s All Things Considered about climate change, forest management, and the California wildfires.

    Historian Eric Marcus ’80, founder, host, and producer of the podcast “Making Gay History,” was named to Out magazine’s Out100:2018.

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