Nick Mills, literature faculty, discusses connection between J.D. Salinger and Ernest Hemingway

A connection forged between authors J.D. Salinger and Ernest Hemingway during World War II is the topic of literature faculty member Nick Mills’ latest piece in The Daily Beast.Read more...

Adam Brown, psychology faculty, interviewed in The Journal News

Adam Brown, psychology faculty, discusses topics ranging from his initial interest in psychology to his most recent research on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in The Journal News.Read more...

Ingrid Sischy ‘73 remembered in The New York Times

Ingrid Sischy ‘73, art and fashion critic known for her work with Interview magazine, The New Yorker, and Vanity Fair, is remembered in The New York Times.Read more...

E.L. Doctorow, admired teacher, inspired students and colleagues at Sarah Lawrence College

Great writers sometimes make great teachers, and E.L. Doctorow, who died on July 21, was a treasured member of the writing faculty at Sarah Lawrence College from 1971 to 1983.Read more...

The Sarahs fosters a revolution in audio fiction; podcast featured in iTunes

A revolution in creative audio content has been fueled with the launch of The Sarahs—the Sarah Lawrence International Audio Fiction Awards, a competition designed to raise aural storytelling to new heights of creativity and popularity.Read more...


Then & Now

Sarah Lawrence magazine
Spring 2015

Magazine coverIt’s bound to happen. Once set in motion, a story unfolds in ways we don’t expect and could never foresee. People enter and exit. Seemingly unrelated events impose on the narrative arc. Just like that, a plot line that began way back then becomes a rich, complex tale that continues in the here and now, as the stories in this issue will attest.

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