“Bennington accepted a girl who was no good at French or math but who had a burning, passionate desire to explore something.”

— Elizabeth “Betty” (Haas) Pfister ’43

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Alumni profiles (column 1)

  • Musician Will Stratton '09 discusses his albums, his craft, and music today

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  • Eric Ramirez-Ferrero ’85 and Ayesha Mawji ’95 challenge gender roles in africa

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  • For Ella Russell Torrey ’47, global citizenship is an everyday job

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  • Alison (Mock) Dennis ’94 has the ear—and conscience—of modern business

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  • An interview with Spinto Band members Thomas Hughes ’06 and Sam Hughes ’08

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  • Michael Bibbo '89 is NASA’s go-to guy for television and radio programming

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  • The democracy of writing: Talking with AUTHOR Kathleen Norris '69

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Alumni profiles (column 2)

  • Glenn Horowitz ’77 turns Dusty Documents into Literary Gold

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  • Screenwriter Melissa rosenberg '86 on life before, during, and after Bennington

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  • John Boyd ’03 Talks About Joining the Cast of 24 in its Final Season

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  • Patricia Johanson '62 unifies public spaces, wildlife habitat, and art

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  • Angela Sheehan ’07 Brings Fashion to Life with Technology

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  • Writer, musician Mohammed Naseehu Ali '95 and the stories he needs to tell

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Alumni profiles (column 3)

  • Holland Taylor '64 is transformed in new role as former Texas governor

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  • Michael Pollan '76 talks about food, culture, and voting with our forks

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  • Bill Scully '94's BENNINGTON HYDRO Project has Global Reach

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  • Elizabeth Ann Semmelhack ’86 invites you to explore a most unique museum

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  • Kay Dickersin '73 on how consumers can change public health care

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  • DECADES LATER, Three alumnae receive their due as WWII heroes

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