Jon Read ’09, a Co-Producer of the Oscar-winning film Everything Everywhere All at Once, was featured in a Daily Voice story.
The Gilded Years, a novel by Karin Tanabe ’02, was one of three books recommended to celebrate Women’s History Month in a Yahoo! News story.
Oakland Zoo CEO Nik Dehejia ’94 and his work to improve the zoo was the subject of a San Francisco Business Times story.
Estefanía Fadul ’10 was named Co-Artistic Director of the Ensemble Studio Theatre, as noted by Playbill.
Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, class of 1928, was named one of the five top women in technology by Lifewire.
Author and Town & Country Editor-in-Chief Stellene Volandes ’93 wrote a Town & Country article about the Bulgari Serpenti.
Attorney, reporter, and author Elisabeth Petry ’70, daughter of famed author Ann Petry, was remembered by the Middletown Press.
Jason Blum ’91, Founder and CEO of Blumhouse Productions, was named to the American Cinematheque Board of Directors, as noted by Yahoo! Entertainment.
Architect Phyllis Lambert ’48 appeared on the podcast The Current with Matt Galloway to talk about how to build better cities.
Ellen Swallow Richards, class of 1870, was mentioned in an iHeartRadio podcast, Stuff You Missed in History Class.
Andrew Zolli ’95 and his reporting on the relationship between technology and emotion was the subject of the WNYC Studios Radiolab podcast episode “The Trust Engineers.”
David Naidu ’90, a law firm partner and former Summit Common Council member, is running for mayor of Summit, N.J., as noted by Tap Into Summit.
Ben Demers ’08, Audience Engagement Manager at Kiplinger.com, wrote a Kiplinger article about a new email scam.
Heather Deichler ’02 was named Senior Vice President of Group Benefit Product and Underwriting at Lincoln Financial Group, as noted by Yahoo! Finance.
Carmen Reinicke ’14 joined Bloomberg News as a reporter on the equities team, as noted by TalkingBizNews.com.