DESIGN: Fall 2008: Sarah Lawrence Magazine

Designing the World

Pencils“Good design keeps the user happy, the manufacturer in the black, and the aesthete unoffended,” said Raymond Loewy, the father of industrial design. But making things that look good and function well is no easy process. Come peek behind the curtain to see how designers work their magic—and what it means for the way we live.

Modern Man

Modern ManDesigner David Netto ’92 couldn't find baby furniture he liked, so he created his own—and started a trend among design-conscious parents: nurseries that look as good as the rest of the house.

Intelligent Design

Intelligent DesignCuring West Nile virus. Revealing the secrets of evolution. It's all in a day's work for scientists Linda Kohn ’73 and Carol Shoshkes Reiss MS ’73, as they design experiments that answer some of life's big questions.

Donor Profile

Donor ProfileMary Moore Easter ’62

On the Job

On the JobHeidi Campbell Pflaum ’91 and Chris Campbell ’02

Class Notes

Catch up with your classmates online

In Person: Faculty

Dan HurlinPuppet artist and theatre faculty member Dan Hurlin

In Person: Students

Jackie Lacey '10 and Tobi Tobin '08Jackie Lacy ’10 and Tobi Tobin ’08

Faculty Spotlight: Up Close

Serafini-SauliDetective Work
Judith Serafini-Sauli ’63

Jessica Lange

Jessica LangeCommencement 2008 Keynote Speaker Jessica Lange.

Video: Bozeman Lecture

Lt. Col. Steve RussellLt. Col. Steve Russell, whose Army unit captured Saddam Hussein. "Tracking and Capturing Saddam Hussein: A Report from the Field" Sponsored by the Adda Bozeman Lecture Fund. Now retired, Russell was the commander of the 1st Battalion, 22 Infantry, during the Iraq War.