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Washington Post Reporter Carol Leonnig ’87 Praised for Coverage of Secret Service

Posted October 14, 2014

In “The Reporter Who Brought Down the Secret Service’s Director,” Yahoo! News praises the reporting of Washington Post reporter Carol Leonnig ’87. From the article: Carol Leonnig, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist who has worked at The Washington Post for nearly 15 years, has broken almost every single story on the agency, a series of […]

Trustee Cheryl Holland ’80 Quoted in The New York Times

Posted July 15, 2014

Trustee Cheryl Holland ’80, the president of the financial-advising firm Abacus Planning Group, was quoted in a July 11 New York Times article on saving for your “bucket list.” From the article: People in their 60s don’t talk about it much, but plenty of them are slipping their otherwise able adult children money on the side. Sometimes, lots of […]

Anna Kisselgoff ’58 Among the recipients of the 2012 Dance Magazine Awards

Posted December 13, 2012

Anna Kisselgoff ’58 was among the recipients of the 2012 Dance Magazine awards. From the magazine: As a chief critic from 1977 to 2005, Anna Kisselgoff was The New York Times’ voice on dance. Her mission took her from the Joyce SoHo to Lincoln Center, from the American Dance Festival to the grand houses of […]

Barbara Robinson ’62 Authors Biography of Rosemary Verey

Posted December 6, 2012

Rosemary Verey: The Life and Lessons of a Legendary Gardener, the biography written by Barbara Robinson ’62, has received critical acclaim by the Washington Post. Robinson’s biography profiles English gardener Rosemary Verey and her career traveling around the world teaching gardening lessons and encouraging fans to create English-style gardens. The Washington Post critic Michael Dirda […]

D.C. School District Honors Stephanie Aduso ’02 as “Highly Effective Teacher”

Posted October 18, 2011

Stephanie Aduso ’02, an early-childhood autism-inclusion teacher for the District of Columbia Public Schools, was honored with the Rubenstein Award for Highly Effective Teaching at the District’s second annual “Standing Ovation” awards ceremony, held at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in September. Aduso majored in psychology at Bryn Mawr and went on […]