Tarika Barrett ’96 takes the reins of a company dedicated to closing the gap on disparities and paving a pathway for more women to enter the tech field.
Lonnie Burstein ’82, executive vice president of programming and production for Debmar-Mercury, returns to campus to mentor and give back to a new generation of students.
Emily Hyland ’06 M.F.A. ’09 M.A. is enthusiastic about her three vocations, remaining an educator and publishing poetry while overseeing a growing portfolio of popular pizza restaurants.
Sunny Chang ’19 benefitted from internship stipends to help her make the most of her experience at Brooklyn College and beyond.
Inspired by his military experience, Marshall Kaplan ’49 supports Brooklyn College students by creating a new fund for student veterans.
Athletes and coaches mourn loss of coach, loved ones, as they lean on the sport they love.
A Colombian immigrant shows the way for other future scientists.
An alumna and media professional turned professor found her academic path in the rise of K-pop.
A two-time alumnus and new literary darling returns to Brooklyn College to discuss the groundbreaking novel he first workshopped in the M.F.A. program.
Teanu Reid ’16 began supporting her school and fellow students shortly after she arrived at Brooklyn College. She has continued giving back and engaging with her alma mater as she works on her Ph.D. at Yale.
Hyman Zimmerberg ’41 won a prestigious math contest, and went on to champion education and social justice, along with his wife, Helen Yarmush Zimmerberg ’44. Today his children are honoring their father’s wish to give back to his alma mater’s Math Department with a generous gift.
The 1982 Final Four Men’s Basketball Team to Be Inducted to Hall of Fame
Don’t call him “the RBG artist,” but Jac Lahav ’08 has a body of work, a fundraiser, and some family lore that inextricably bind him to the late Supreme Court Justice.
Reflections on transitioning many of the college’s services to the virtual environment.
Landing at The New York Times right after earning his bachelor’s degree, reporter and writer Derek Norman ’17 has grown to believe that, as a journalist, bearing witness to the human experience is a duty and a privilege.
Award-winning author and perfumer Tanaïs says that at the intersection of writing and creating fragrances are deeper stories to be told of culture and politics.
Matthew Freedman had his students in mind when he won a prestigious Fulbright Distinguished Teaching Award this year, enabling the Hudson Valley–based high school English teacher to study education in Finland.