Join @vassarclubny Tuesday evening at 7:00 in our next Salon Series! Peter Molin discusses writing by and about Black American soldiers, and reveals important perspectives on citizenship, service and veteran status. Register now to join the discussion! alums.vassar.edu/calendar
#veterans #blacklivesmatter #writerscommunity
Join the Vassar Club of New York for an extended discussion on the current real estate market—its career opportunities, challenges, and trends during (and potentially after) the global pandemic. Visit alums.vassar.edu/events
to secure your spot now!
Join us tomorrow, Tuesday 22 Sept at 7:00pm for a discussion of The Immoralists by @vassar’s own Chloe Benjamin! The Immortalists was a named a best book of 2018 by NPR, The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, and others. Register: alums.vassar.edu/
events! Zoom details provided upon registration.
Join #VCNY Book Club on September 22nd when author Chloe Benjamin ‘10 reads from her novel, The Immortalists. A discussion of the novel will follow the reading. There's still time to register at alums.vassar.edu/events
Join #VCNY for a conversation with Vassar alumnae/i on the current state of the book publishing industry as it grapples with both the lasting impact of the pandemic and this summer’s national reckoning with racial injustice. Representing all facets of publishing—from marketing to agenting to digital production—our alumnae/i will offer insight into how the industry is responding to and will remember this pivotal moment in history. Registration is open!
September 29, 2020, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
What does military service and veteran status mean to Black American veterans? Few full-length novels, short-story collections, plays, poetry volumes, memoirs, or non-fiction studies by or about Black American soldiers in the 21st-century have been published to answer the question.
Peter Molin, Rutgers University Assistant Teaching Professor and Assistant Director of the Writing Program, will share and discuss examples of this writing that he has found in his research.
Readings will be provided prior to the Salon.
This event is free to attend. Zoom details will be emailed upon registration.
Interested in getting involved with VCNY? Find us on social media @vassarclubny or reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
October 8, 2020, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join the Vassar Club of New York for an extended discussion on the current real estate market—its career opportunities, challenges and trends during (and potentially after) the global pandemic.
Stefanos Chen ’08, Real Estate Reporter, The New York Times
Katie Feola ’02, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, The Corcoran Group
Jeff Goodman ’82, Licensed Real Estate Agent, Halstead Real Estate
Ari Harkov ’04, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Brown Harris Stevens; and Principal, The Harkov Lewis Team
Lily Sloss ’14, Licensed Real Estate Agent, Compass
Brian Tormey ’02, President, TitleVest
This discussion will be moderated by David Griffin ’99, Owner & President, Landmark Branding LLC, and longtime member of the VCNY Programming Committee.
October 13, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Please join the Vassar Club of New York and the Class of 1982 when author Terri Cheney ’82 reads from her new novel, Modern Madness. The program begins at 7:00pm EDT and a discussion of the novel will follow the reading.