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Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for a loved one or for yourself this holiday season (you deserve a ‘lil treat), we’ve rounded up a handy list of new and classic books written by the Bennington community to delight even the pickiest of readers. 

Josie Bunnell ’19 spoke to On-Campus Reporter Halley Le ’25 about her collaboration with artist Raphaella Brice on Black Freedom, Black Madonna & the Black Child of Hope, a 16-foot tall mural now displayed outside of the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington.

Lika Torikashvili '22, a former UN Youth Representative of Georgia, has co-organized a series of roundtable discussions with UNFPA and UNESCO in Afghanistan on Online Education through her non-profit, the Network of Former Youth Delegates to the United Nations.

Environmentalist, educator, and founder and CEO of ECO City Farms, Margaret Morgan-Hubbard ’67 has been named the 2022 recipient of Bennington College’s Elizabeth Coleman Visionary Leadership Award.

Multidisciplinary artist Tigre Mashaal-Lively '08 has been featured in the Santa Fe Reporter, along with intern Sophia Paez '24, to discuss their latest project, Facing the Fearbeast.

Jadu CEO Asad J. Malik '19 and Michael Bay discuss the promise of AR & Web3, their collaboration on Jadu's upcoming AVAs, and reminisce on a seminal career in film history.

Electronic/folk duo Sylvan Esso, featuring vocalist-songwriter Amelia Meath ’10 and instrumentalist Nick Sanborn, have just released their fourth studio album, No Rules Sandy, which has received a rave review on NPR

"Snowstorm," a short story by Bruna Dantas Lobato '15, has been published in the The New Yorker

Josie Bunnell '19 has collaborated with fellow artist Raphaella Brice on a mural commissioned by the Burlington City Arts  and the city's Office of Racial Equity, Inclusion and Belonging as part of the Juneteenth celebration.

For DC Theater Arts, playwright Caleen Sinnette Jennings '72 discusses writing for solo performance at 1st Stage with her new play, Wanda's Way.

Devon Walker-Figueroa '15 is the recipient of the 25th Annual Levis Reading Prize for her poetry collection Philomath.

Farah Mohammad '16 has been featured in an interview for The News International.

For The New Yorker, Luke Mogelson '05 covers the tragic stories of ordinary people caught in the front lines of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. 

Recording engineer Bella Blasko '11 was interviewed in Tape Op to discuss her influences, recording on tour, and being a positive force in the music industry.

William Neale '17 is among the first Peace Corps volunteers to return to overseas service since the agency’s unprecedented global evacuation in March 2020.

Brooklyn Poets has selected Dabin Jeong '21 as their Poet of the Week for July 4–10, 2022.

Dr. Jennifer H. Mieres '82, MD, senior vice president of Northwell Health's Center for Equity of Care and chief diversity and inclusion officer, has been named the American Heart Association’s (AHA) 2022 Physician of the Year

For Writer's Digest, Jen Hinst-White '02 MFA '12, who publishes under the pen name June Gervais, discusses the debut novel publishing process, what it's like growing up feeling like a misfit, and the joys of finding an artistic community.

Lincoln Schatz ('86) Studio is pleased to present Joshua Tree and The Atlantic, two new photography editions that feature vastly different landscapes as their subjects, from the arid deserts of Joshua Tree National Park to the lush sub-tropical shorelines of the Atlantic Ocean.

The Southwestern Vermont Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Berkshire Bank, presented the inaugural Women In Leadership Luncheon at the Wilson House in Dorset, Vermont on Wednesday, May 11, 2022.

Sofia Alvarez '07 wrote the screenplay and directed "Along for the Ride" for Netflix, which premiered on the platform on May 6, 2022. 

Devon Walker-Figueroa '15 has been awarded the Amy Lowell Poetry Traveling Scholarship for the 2022-23 year by the Amy Lowell Trust. 

Bri Magnifico '08 returns to her hometown of Bennington, VT, to open up a shop with flair. 

By Mary Brothers '22

The Bennington College community celebrates the life of Emmy Award-winning news anchor Jovita Moore ’89.

Feeling brave this Halloween? Get ready for a fright, courtesy of these Bennington alumni. 

Learn more about how a Bennington education shaped author, journalist, and activist Michael Pollan ’76 in this interview with Bennington student Sbobo Ndlangamandla ’21.

Met Gala Magic from Michael Sylvan Robinson '89

By Mary Brothers '22

Carlos Mendez-Dorantes ’15, now a research fellow at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, has received several awards for his postdoctoral research into the investigation of LINE-1 biology in cancer research.

Performer, healthcare clown, and Healthy Humor co-founder Deborah Kaufmann ’74 is the 2021 recipient of Bennington College’s Elizabeth Coleman Visionary Leadership Award.

As Bennington College prepares to welcome the Class of 2025, alumni offer their advice and can't-miss recommendations to incoming students.