Social programming, professional networking, and lifelong connections for Vassar College graduates living and working in New York City
Social programming, professional networking, and lifelong connections for Vassar College graduates living and working in New York City
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Our next virtual book club is this Wednesday at 7pm! Matt Bloom '86 will read from his latest novel for adults, Salt of the Nation. A discussion of the novel will follow the reading. Salt of the Nation is the story of an ordinary man on an extraordinary journey: a disillusioned gravel plant worker impulsively slugs a presidential nominee during a campaign photo-op and instantly becomes America’s most famous fugitive and newest hero. It’s the story of a contemporary America equally divided and galvanized by an ordinary man’s rash act and desperate journey. Register for the book club and purchase Salt of the Nation at https://connect.vassar.edu/s/1654/2/16/interior-ai.aspx?sid=1654&gid=2&pgid=5804&cid=9533&ecid=9533&crid=0&calpgid=5161&calcid=8471. While not required, we encourage all attendees to read the book before we get together.
TOMORROW NIGHT we're back: the 10th Annual Fall Fête soars from Dear Irving on Hudson high above Times Square on Thursday, November 18th. VIP Reception at 7pm for Patron, Sponsor, and Host ticket holders; 8pm for all ticket holders. Cocktail attire required. FACULTY GUESTS - Heesok Chang, Associate Professor of English. Mia L. Mask, Professor of Film on the Mary Riepma Ross '32 Chair. Justin Patch, Assistant Professor of Music. Tyrone R. Simpson, Associate Professor of English and Director of Africana Studies. Adedoyin Teriba, Assistant Professor of Art and Urban Studies. Bojana Zupan, Associate Professor of Psychological Science and Director of Neuroscience and Behavior. THE AFTERPARTY - Close out the evening with us at the Skylark, a rooftop cocktail lounge a short walk from the Fête.
Can you be in Poughkeepsie on November 16? Vassar's Hispanic Studies Department will host Rachel Elfenbein '01 to discuss her new book "Engendering Revolution: Women, Unpaid Labor, and Maternalism in Bolivarian Venezuela." The book examines Venezuela’s decision to become the first country in the world to constitutionally recognize the value of housework and enshrine homemakers’ social security. Book signing immediately after the event. Open to all at Taylor Hall 203, November 16, 5pm.
ONE WEEK until VCNY heads to Dear Irving on Hudson high above Times Square for the 10th Annual Fall Fête! After two years away, we're back with an elegant evening of food, drinks and skyline views with your fellow Brewers. You can still register! Prices start at $75 for recent grads. Cocktail attire is required. https://connect.vassar.edu/s/1654/2/16/interior-ai.aspx?sid=1654&gid=2&pgid=5759&content_id=5022&fbclid=IwAR3KXikKQs0GBSPfmPE5P4lulIHSpkXMmTBfVs4FEs5zelp1j0Rfxddh4Sc
We’ll see you tonight at Carpe Vino Wines!!! 🍷🥂
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