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Annual Meeting of Members: Ballot and Board Election Results

Thank you to all who participated! Over the next few days, we will be publishing additional details and statistics of the process. Some preliminary notable statistics include active participation by over 2,400 alums, registration to the Annual Meeting of over 220 alums, and in-person and proxy voting by nearly 1,500

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Annual Meeting of Members: Open to All Alumnae/i

Saturday, June 5, 2021 (via Zoom)
3:00-4:30 p.m.

Agenda for HCHSAA Annual Members, to be convened on Zoom at 3 p.m. on June 5th 2021

1. Call to order and confirmation of a quorum
2. President’s report
3. Treasurer’s report on AA finances as of May 30, 2021
4. Confirmation …

Roundtable Series on Diversity-Enhancing Reforms, Session 2: Creating and Sustaining Equitable Admissions

HCHSAA Diversity Roundtable Discussions

On Thursday, April 15, the HCHSAA Diversity Committee hosted its second panel discussion on the subject of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Speakers included English/Communication and Theatre faculty Dr. Rebecca Deans, Recruitment Subcommittee Chair Mari HOASHI Franklin ’84, Huston-Tillotson University Advisory Board Chair Brian Scott ’83, former Director

Alumna Publishes Collection of Pandemic-Related Writings

A collection of writings related to the pandemic

Christina Zhou ’14 has created a writing project birthed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. She began collecting writing from friends once quarantine began, and feels that COVID-19 has challenged us to find our inner voice and share it, even when

The Passing of HCES Principal Dr. Stanley Seidman

The Hunter College Campus Schools recently informed us of the passing of Dr. Stanley Seidman, former HCES Principal, on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. They have shared the following obituary with us:

We mourn the passing of our beloved and respected former Hunter College Elementary School Principal, Dr. Stanley Seidman.

A Thorough Analysis of Our Rights

In his much-anticipated book, How Rights Went Wrong: Why Our Obsession with Rights is Tearing America Apart (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2021), Jamal Greene ’95 illustrates how our approach to rights is dividing the country.

We believe that holding a right means getting a judge to let us do whatever the

Writing of Bonds of Intimacy

In How Other People Make Love (Wayne State University Press 2021), Thisbe Nissen ’90chronicles the lives and choices of people questioning the heteronormative institution of marriage. Not best-served by established conventions and conventional mores, these people-young, old, gay, straight, midwestern, coastal-are finding their own paths in learning who they

A Look Back in Time

In her latest novel, Antiquities (Knopf 2021), Cynthia Ozick, Jan. ’46 has crafted a narrative that captures the shifting meanings of the past, and how our experience colors those meanings. She writes of an individual who looks back on his years as a trustee with a now-defunct learning institution for