Exhibits, Talks Examine the Migrant Experience
The Consortium on Forced Migration, Displacement and Education hosted a series of events on the Vassar campus this fall focusing on the impact of barriers, both physical and psychological, on people coping with forced migration and family separation. (Pictured: Carlos Espina ’20, Professor of History Maria Höhn, Ava McElhone Yates ’21, and Matthew Brill-Carlat ’19) (Photo by Karl Rabe)
In the Media
Trustee Geraldine Laybourne ’69, P’93 (pictured), an entrepreneur, Oxygen Media co-founder, and the executive who led the team that created Nickelodeon, will be inducted into the 25th Television Academy Hall of Fame Class.
Filmmaker Noah Baumbach ’91 talked with the New York Times , Wall Street Journal, and The Guardian about his latest film, Marriage Story. The film was nominated for six Golden Globe nominations, as noted by several media outlets, including Variety.
Dorothy Sieberling ’43, an influential arts editor who championed Jackson Pollock and Georgia O’Keeffe, was remembered in the New York Times and other publications, including the Akron Beacon Journal.
Jesse Kates ’05, Concentric Health Experience Executive Vice President and Executive Creative Director, talked to MM&M Magazine about his creativity, work, and life.