A Long Way Traveled
Poet Dorothy Millner refers to Sarah Lawrence as "the place where life began!" And for her it truly did—in 1962, at the age of 44, as a continuing education student.
Craig Benedict was a wrestler at Sarah Lawrence, the first SLC student who sought intercollegiate competition. He was persuasive then: The College joined the National Collegiate Athletic Association so he could compete.
Heir to an Execution
What motivated Ivy Meeropol ’90 to look the past squarely in the face and make an HBO documentary about her world-famous grandparents, the American "Atom Spies" Julius and Ethel Rosenberg?
If anyone knows how stressful it can be sitting in close quarters with peers at round tables, it’s Matt Matros MFA ’04. At Sarah Lawrence, said tables were in writing workshops, where students sweated the ritual criticism and judgment of teachers and classmates. But these days, the little tables are presided over by a card dealer, and bathed in TV lights.