Joanna Rudolph '98 has written a piece for agnesfilms.com called "How to market a 10-year-old short film." In it, she talks about her experience releasing and marketing "Summer with Mrs. Von Mausch," a short film she produced.
Dr. James Strosberg '63 and his brother, Martin Strosberg '68, recently published a new book titled Schenectady’s Battle Against Contagious Disease: From Smallpox to COVID-19. It was the subject of a recent article in The Daily Gazette.
In a “Moral Money” broadcast with the Financial Times, Stanley Black & Decker CEO Jim Loree '80 offered thoughts on balancing long-term sustainability with the short-term bottom line. He also discussed measures that allowed Stanley Black & Decker to navigate the global pandemic.
A large-scale figurative sculpture by Jack Howard-Potter ’97, titled “Torso II, Swinging II, Messenger of the Gods,” is on-site at Court Square Park in Long Island City, Queens, through Sept. 12. It is part of a group of public installations throughout New York City designed to brighten the landscape with thought-provoking art.
Cooper Braun '06 was recently featured on westword.com. The article focused on the success of Stories With Spirit during the pandemic. Braun co-founded the venture in 2014 to share acting and storytelling with adult audiences.