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Vassar Conference Focuses on “Passing”

At “Quiet as It’s Kept: Passing Subjects, Contested Identities,” a scholarly conference on “passing” held April 5-7 on the Vassar College campus, noted scholars discussed their work on racial, ethnic, and gender identity. (Photo by Roman Iwasiwka)

In the Media

  • The late Andrew Tallon (pictured), Associate Professor of Art, and his laser imaging work on the Notre Dame Cathedral, was the subject of Atlantic, Architizer, Fortune, the Poughkeepsie Journal, Global Construction Review, ZDNet.com stories.

    Vassar Haiti Project’s 7th annual Art and Soul Gala and Fundraiser, which will honor Robert M. Morgenthau and Lucinda Franks ’68, was the subject of a WAMC interview with the project’s co-founders Andrew Meade, Assistant Dean of the College for Campus Life and Director of International Services, and Lila Meade.

    Jason Blum ’91, founder and CEO of Blumhouse Productions, was named to the Sundance Institute Board of Trustees, as noted by the Hollywood Reporter.

    Tony Award–winning scenic designer Beowulf Boritt ’93 was the subject of a Morning Journal story.

    Nekesa Straker ’01 was named Harvard University’s Senior Assistant Dean of Residential Life and First-Year Students, as noted by the Harvard Crimson.

    Yu Zhou, Professor of Geography, was quoted in a phys.org article about Microsoft’s work with a Chinese military university.

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