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Reunion 2020

2020 is a year we will never forget—from an ongoing pandemic to tragic racial violence pointing to the need for social justice. It is important for us to grieve and to express our outrage. It's also important to gather together to celebrate our resilience and togetherness. Join us virtually on June 5 and 6. Reunion is open to all classes.

In the Media

  • Dr. Christine Yu Moutier ’90 (pictured), Chief Medical Officer of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, appeared four times on a CNN COVID-19 Townhall series with Anderson Cooper and Sanjay Gupta. The focus of her segments was the mental health impact of COVID-19. She also recently appeared in The Washington PostAssociated Press Fact Check about COVID and suicide, Mashable, and Market Watch.

    President Elizabeth Bradley was mentioned in a Yale News story about her commencement speech.

    Laurie Schwab Zabin ’46, Professor Emeritus at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and co-founder of the Guttmacher Institute, was remembered by the Washington Post.

    Actor, producer, and trustee Lisa Kudrow ’85 was the subject of a Hollywood Reporter story.

    AC Dumlao ’13 was quoted in a Vice story about the importance of filling out the census questionnaire, even though it doesn’t include questions about sexual orientation and gender identity. Dumlao was also named to the APAHM list of seven gender justice activists to know during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, as noted by Rewire News.

    Krystle McLaughlin, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, talked with Chemistry World about how her research and teaching were affected by the pandemic.

    Mr. Wizard, the latest book by writer and editor Jeff Wallach ’82, was the subject of a review in The Reading Desk. Wallach talked about writing and the book on the Local Voices radio show and in a Long Island Herald story.

    Renown physicist Sau Lan Wu ’63 was the subject of an American Institute of Physics article.

    Krista Cozzillio ’79 co-wrote a Pennsylvania Capital-Star op-ed.

    Dr. Jakob DuPont ’87 was named Executive Vice President, Global Head of Research and Development at Atara Biotherapeutics, as noted by Yahoo! News.

    Kristaps Aldins ’05, Stevens Institute of Technology Head Baseball Coach, was the subject of a Stevens Athletics story.

    Carvel H. Moore ’51, who created some of New York City’s first business improvement districts, was remembered by the New York Times.