Alumni in the media

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Schwarz Fellow 'electrified' by new job

As a Youth Programs educator at Boston’s Museum of Science, Jocelyn Poste ’23 has climbed into a nine-foot metal cage to endure a lightning storm. It's all in the name of learning and, she promises, it's also safe. Poste is at the museum with support from a two-year fellowship from the FAO Schwarz Family Foundation.

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Alum featured on PBS

Maestro Robert Bernhardt '73 was featured on the PBS program, "The A List with Alison Lebovitz." He had led the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera as music director for 16 seasons as of 2010. (A subscription may be required to view the episode.)

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A debut novel

“Nothing Good Happens in Wazirabad on Wednesday,” the debut novel by Jamaluddin Aram ’17, has been released by Scribner Canada. It is set in the early 1990s in Kabul’s working class neighborhood of Wazirabad, where everyday life roars through the winding alleys despite the ongoing civil war.