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2023 Nominations to the HCHSAA Board of Directors & Standing Committees

The Alumnae/i Association invites interested alums to apply to join its Board of Directors for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023. If you agree that your education, experience, and friendships developed during your time at Hunter were some of the best years of your life, and you are ready …

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Celebrating the Season in the UK

HCHSAA Executive Director Lorna Malcolm kicked off the 2022 holiday season by hosting a dinner for Hunter alumnae/i living in the UK following Thanksgiving weekend.

Class years represented ranged from 1949-2016. Held at Searcys at the Gherkin, our guests were treated to dinner with a backdrop of dramatic city views. …

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Looking Back at the HCHSAA’s L.A. Reception

The HCHSAA celebrated its 50th anniversary with a kick-off reception in Los Angeles on Sunday, October 9th! A heartfelt thanks to hostess Paula Zagrecki ’84 who opened her home for the occasion.

The event was organized by our Executive Director, Lorna Malcom, who travelled to the area to welcome …

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HCHSAA Hosts an Exclusive Curator’s Tour at the Asia Society Museum!

Curator Barbara Pollack ’74 has graciously invited a group from the HCHSAA to take part in an exclusive viewing of Mirror Image: A Transformation of Chinese Identity at the Asia Society Museum in Manhattan. Join us in-person on Friday, October 21 at 6:30pm ET!

The artists whose works are presented in …

A 2021 Update from HCHSAA’s Diversity Committee

We would like to update the alumnae/i community on some of the initiatives and plans organized by the HCHSAA Diversity Committee. Detailed below are outcomes of important programs and events including the Hunter entrance exam, a proposed mentoring plan formulated by the Diversity Committee’s Retention sub-committee, and ongoing student internships. …

Remembering “Grandma” Inez Sewell

June 21, 1928 – August 9, 2021

Born in Havana Cuba, Inez was the third of five children.  At the age of five, Inez’s family moved to Kingston, Jamaica, and then to the Parish of Saint James. Her mother was a seamstress and dressmaker, and her father was a farmer