Virtual Family Weekend 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined us—virtually—for Family Weekend 2021 on October 23. The day was filled with vibrant student showcases and faculty seminars and insightful information sessions on resources available to students. Revisit the events of the day, or watch for the first time, below!

Welcome & Campus Updates

Welcome and campus updates with President Cristle Collins Judd followed by Q&A with President Judd, Provost and Dean of Faculty Kanwal Singh, and Dean of Studies Danny Trujillo.

Five-Year Degree Programs

Learn how undergraduate students can begin graduate work during their senior year through three of Sarah Lawrence College’s unique graduate programs.

Supporting Your Student's Mental Health As They Navigate College

Cary Bosak, LCSW, and Dr. Ayesha Nagra from SLC's Health & Wellness Center discuss the ways in which Counseling and Psychological Services at Health & Wellness can help support your student.

Learning at SLC

Dean of Studies staff lead a discussion and answer questions regarding learning within the Sarah Lawrence pedagogy inside and outside of the classroom.

Passion + Purpose = A Career You Love

Presented by the Office of Career Services.

Student Showcase: Filmmaking & Moving Image Arts

Students featured: Samu Gabor, Mateo Cesarman, Sabrina Leira, Sophie Bardos, Izzy Friedman, and Katia Barricklow.

Student Showcase: Sarah Lawrence Interdisciplinary Collaborative on the Environment

Students from this interdisciplinary course cluster discuss their work. 

Feminist Film History: Considering Director Dorothy Arzner

Tanya Goldman, film history

“I Have Read a Fiery Gospel”: the Civil War, Julia Ward Howe, and the Political Work of Literature

Lyde Sizer, history

Finding Happiness and Keeping It: Insights from Psychology and Neuroscience

Maia Pujara, psychology

Student Showcase: Visual and Studio Arts

Students share the exciting work they are doing in Visual and Studio Arts.

Student Showcase: Dance Program

Catch up on what our students in the Dance Program are learning this semester. 

About Time: Exploring Time from the Metaphysical to the Physical

Merideth Frey, physics

Being Totalitarian: Dreams of a "New Society" under Mussolini, Hitler, and Stalin

Philipp Nielsen, history

Class, Race, Religion and Politics in Blake’s Songs of Innocence & Songs of Experience (1794)

Neil Arditi, literature

Student Showcase: SLC Theatre First Look Reading Series Presents: Agatha, a New Play by Zoe Stanton-Savitz '23

Students featured: Zoe Stanton-Savitz, Emily Aviles, Rohan Padmakumar, Zoe Fonck, Harrison DuBroff, Henrick Nielsen, and Sydney Sukaski.