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Littlefield and Falchuk Top Emmys

During the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, Executive Producers Warren Littlefield '74 and Bradley Falchuk '93, L.H.D.'14 were honored for their new mini-series television shows on the FX Network. Littlefield's mini-series "Fargo" won the Emmy for Outstanding Miniseries or Movie. Falchuk received an Emmy nomination for his writing on "American Horror Story Coven," while the show received an Emmy nomin...  More >>

Saperstein ’04 Discusses Dating on NPR

Author, speaker, and autism advocate Jesse Saperstein '04 was recently interviewed on NPR regarding his new book, "Getting a Life with Asperger's: Lessons Learned on the Bumpy Road to Adulthood." (Penguin Group U.S.A.), and what it's like to date with Asperger syndrome. Saperstein was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, a mild form of autism, at the age of 14. This is Saperstein's second novel. His...  More >>

Green ’93 Publishes Fourth Novel

Thomas C. Greene ‘93, president of Vermont College of Fine Arts, has published his fourth novel, "The Headmaster's Wife" (Thomas Dunne Books and St. Martin's Press). Inspired by the loss of his infant daughter, Greene explores the way that tragedy and time assail one man's memories of his life and loves. The novel explores the life of Arthur Winthrop, headmaster of Vermont's elite Lancaster Schoo...  More >>

Ward ’11 Summers in Developing Countries

Before starting her final year at the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA) in the fall, Amanda Ward ‘11 has set off on a journey to Sierra Leone and Kenya to work with the UNForgotten Fund (UNFF) and the Among the Least non-profit organization. At CIPA, Ward will pursue a degree in international development, with a focus on women's economic empowerment and education. As such, she felt it w...  More >>

Creative Updates for Seneca Review

There's no limit to the creativity that fills the pages of the recently released Fall/Spring 2013-14 edition of Seneca Review. The edition marks the first to include "beyond category" work, as well as the introduction of "Beyond Category Online," the online version of the print publication. The latest issue branches out from Seneca Review's typical focus of the lyric essay, a cross fertilization ...  More >>

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