Sarah Lawrence College, Ahead of the Curve
In this candid interview with Marek Fuchs (writing), President Karen R. Lawrence expands on James Joyce, intellectual adventure, the power of community, and The Campaign for Sarah Lawrence.
The Barbara Walters Campus Center will serve a multitude of purposes, including providing the largest gathering space on campus and housing the archives of its legendary namesake.
Ahead of the Curve from day one. As this historical excerpt attests, the educational philosophy that has long defined the College resulted quite intentionally from an inherently progressive vision.
Nancie Cooper MFA '04, co-chair of The Campaign for Sarah Lawrence, was 13 years old when the theatre bug bit. Decades later the Sarah Lawrence bug bit.
Catherine Knoedler '16 stops at nothing to build a library for the children of Sutiava, Nicaragua
Kudos from Variety, a Guggenheim fellow, a smoke-free campus
Applying their Sarah Lawrence smarts in resourceful ways around the globe, these eight alumni are making a difference.
The incomparable Barbara Lamont-Gelobter '60 charts many paths toward adventure.
A selection of recent publications from Sarah Lawrence College alumni.
Fun facts about this year’s first-years
Members of the Class of '15 look ahead to the future.
Alumni help a recent grad put his skills to work at eBay.
A former student recalls the brilliance of Danny Kaiser (literature)
A story excerpted from The Jazz Palace by Mary Morris (writing)
Meet the SLC grad and trustee behind the renovation of Gilbert
Margaret Shepherd '69 draws pictures from letters in her artwork Big Man and Woman.