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TIME's Jaw-Dropping Breast-Feeding Cover

The newsweekly's latest cover features a gangly 3-year-old boy latched onto his mother's breast, igniting debate over attachment parenting — and the image's propriety.  TIME managing editor Richard Stengel (Class of 1973) says the point of magazine covers is to catch people's attention.

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An Interview with Dan Biederman '71 (Parks and Recreation)

An interviewed Dan recently on current developments in public-private park partnerships—and he shared his insights on new trends in partnerships, projects and programs to steer clear of, and California’s budget-dictated state park sponsorships.

 

 

 

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Andrew R. Sorkin '95 interviews the Winklevoss Twins

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The Winklevoss Twins Are Now VCs: “We Think The Cloud Is Going To Be Huge” 

 


Brewster Kahle '78 Inducted to the Internet Hall of Fame

The Internet Society has created an Internet Hall of Fame to honor people who created and built the Internet. Among the first class of inductees were former Vice President Al Gore, Vint Cerf, Tim Berners-Lee, Mitchell Baker, and Brewster Kahle (Class of 1978).

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Limited Complimentary Invites to Private Art Event at the Ana Tzarev Gallery on Fifth Avenue

Alumnus' Private Art Event on Wednesday, March 28th.

Speakers: 
Ambassador Simona Miculescu,  Representative of Romania to the United Nations
 First woman Ambassador in Romania’s diplomatic history 
Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, Co-founder of Gilt-Groupe; 
Innovative e-commerce company that has taken the luxury-ecommerce industry by storm
Heide Gardner, SVP and Chief Diversity Officer of Interpublic Group 
Donna Dabney, General Counsel of Alcoa Inc.

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The Scarsdale Symphony Orchestra is Back!

The Scarsdale Symphony Orchestra, an ensemble that actually did function briefly in the mid-1980s, is back!. The not-for-profit organization is in the process of forming a Scarsdale Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors (If you are interested in becoming a board member, a financial supporter or a volunteer please contact Dr. earl Groner at [email protected] or 914.723.2694).

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Leonard R. LaRussa '82 Appointed by Atlanta Governor to State Board of Examiners

Leonard R. LaRussa '82 Appointed by Atlanta Governor to State Board of Examiners

LaRussa has been in private practice serving the community of Americus and surrounding counties since 1996. He is a board certified podiatrist by the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons.

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Tim Seymour is Optimistic About Europe

While there are some signs of a recovery in the US, there is still plenty of turmoil in Europe, with Greece and others threatening to drag the rest of the EU down with them in case of bankruptcy. Investors are worried that the blowback from a collapse in Europe would ruin the fragile American recovery, but Scarsdale alum Tim Seymour (Class of ’84) thinks these concerns are overblown.

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Ethan Nadelmann's in Rolling Stone Magazine

One of our 2011 Distinguished Alumni, Ethan Nadelmann (Class of 1975), has made the news again in a Rolling Stone article focusing on one of Obama’s less talked about campaign promises: allowing local laws on marijuana to stand.

 

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Tom Rogers Criticizes Romney's Use of Debt

 

With the Republican primaries in full swing, speculating on our future president is no longer left to political junkies and talking heads. Our own Tom Rogers (Class of ‘72) recently joined the fray with a critical article in Politico questioning Mitt Romney’s background in venture capitalism. 

 

 

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