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David O’Leary ’02 and His Star-Studded UFO Series

David O’Leary ’02 has long been fascinated by stories about UFOs and other unexplained phenomena. Now, he’s parlayed his passion for the unknown into a new series for the History Channel called Project Blue Book, about a U.S. Air Force project that investigated reports of UFO sightings in the 1950s and early 1960s. (Photo courtesy of the History Channel)

In the Media

  • Kathryn Tolbert ’74 (pictured), a Vassar Time-Out Grant awardee, was interviewed by Voice of America about her work documenting the stories of Japanese war brides.

    Christine Yu Moutier, MD ’90, Chief Medical Officer of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, recently appeared on Anderson Cooper Full Circle. She was also featured in the Wall Street Journal,Mashable, and Bustle.

    Publishing veteran Simon Green ’87 has joined Abrams Artists Agency to lead the company’s Book and Publishing division, as noted in several publications including the Hollywood Reporter and Deadline.

    Amy Entelis ’71, Executive Vice president, Talent and Content Development for CNN Worldwide, was mentioned in a Variety story about the sale of a CNN Film documentary about fashion designer Halston. CNN Film’s documentary, Apollo 11, which Entelis co-produced, was the subject of Collect Space and realscreen.com stories.

    Amitava Kumar, author and Professor of English on the Helen D. Lockwood Chair, talked to the Boston Globe about some of his favorite books. Kumar also wrote a Medium article, “Grammar as Resistance in the Trump Era.”