Debora Spar (SFS’84) recently left her post as President of Barnard College to serve as the first female president of New York’s Lincoln Center for Performing Arts. She was interviewed by Town&Country magazine about the new role.
Jon Ossoff (SFS’09), a Democrat running for Congress in a traditionally Republican district of Georgia, was featured in a Cosmopolitan story about his candidacy and the unique nature of this election.
The Hoya covered six Georgetown students’ trip to Georgia’s 6th Congressional District to observe the campaign process in a hotly contested special election, where SFS alum Jon Ossoff (SFS’09) is running as a Democrat to fill the seat.
Sheikh Mohammed Rashid Al-Thani’s (SFS’13) Institute of Arab and Islamic Art (IAIA) will seek to challenge stereotypes and expand exposure, explains Doha News.
Michelle Jaconi (SFS’96) has been hired by Washington Post to produce video journalism projects, the latest step in a career that has included multiple Emmy awards and work with a variety of major media outlets.
Jon Ossoff’s (SFS’09) special election campaign for Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District seat, and the political dynamics at play within that campaign, were overviewed by Vox.