Girl in Glass by Deanna Fei ’95 raises important issues

Deanna Fei ’95, the author of Girl in Glass, received an excellent review in the New York Times. Her memoir details her experience as the mother of a premature baby whose medical bills caused a huge uproar when AOL CEO downgraded company healthcare in response.…

Lin-Manuel Miranda ’98 Wins MacArthur “Genius Award.”

The MacArthur Foundation gives away $625,000 each year, with “no strings attached,” to 24 selected artists, writers, scientists, and innovators of all kinds who “are shedding light and making progress on critical issues, pushing the boundaries of their fields, and improving our world in imaginative, unexpected ways…their work, their commitment, …

Dorothy Henderson, Jan. ’41, Publishes Family Memoir of the Civil War

Alexander Henderson first came to New York in 1864 as a sailor who wanted to see the world.  Upon learning that slavery was still practiced in the United States, he immediately enlisted in the United States Navy to lend his hand toward ending it.  On Blockade: The Memoirs of

“30 Under 30” 2015 Awards

Reed Rayman ’04 has been named to Forbes “30 Under 30” for 2015. Reed left investment banking at Goldman Sachs to join the private equity firm of Apollo Global Management. 

Jenna Livingston ’02 was selected by Business Insiders as the #6 “Most Creative 30 Under 30 in Advertising.” Jenna is …