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  • Gallatin Faculty, Students and Alumni Films Selected for the Tribeca Film Festival
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  • Gallatin Student Kimball Wins OPC Foundation Award
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  • Gallatin Alumnus John Ridley Wins Academy Award
    Alumnus John Ridley (BA ’87) Academy Award Winner: John Ridley (BA ’87) is now a Best Adapted Screenplay honoree for the critically acclaimed, Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave more >

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    Alumni return to Gallatin to read from their novels and inspire
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Apr 18

all over the place: a survey of m.a. artists
Bringing together visual art in diverse media by current Gallatin M.A. students, All Over the Place reflects various themes and narratives that emerge from interdisciplinary study.… more >

Apr 21

Labor Rights as Human Rights
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Apr 21

Gallatin Recent Alumni Writing Group
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Apr 22

Roundtable with Cory Johnson (BA '90)
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Profiles

Jenessa Abrams

Jenessa Abrams

Junior Jenessa Abrams is studying creative writing, film and cinema studies as well as child and adolescent psychopathology. Her concentration is "Examining the Abnormalities of Human Behavior through the Lens and on the Page." Originally from Long Island, New York, she serves on the poetry board of the Gallatin Reviewmore >


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Mitch Bloom

Mitch Bloom

Mitch Bloom graduated from NYU’s College of Arts and Sciences in 2008 with a B.A. in philosophy, French and nutrition. He promptly left to serve in the Peace Corps, working on a community health project in Togo, West Africa. At Gallatin, he studied obesity education and nonprofit management. “Nonprofits provide … more >


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Jack Tchen

Jack Tchen
Jack (John Kuo Wei) Tchen is a facilitator, teacher, historian, curator, re-organizer, and dumpster diver. He works on understanding the multiple presents, pasts, the futures of New York City, identity formations, trans-local cross-cultural communications, archives and epistemologies, and progressive pedagogy. He also works on decolonizing Eurocentric ideas, theories, and practices … more >


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John DeLucie

John DeLucie

John DeLucie (BA ’89),  executive chef and proprietor of the West Village hot spot The Lion, as well as the Upper East Side restaurant Crown and - his latest - Bill's on East 54th Street, learned early on that good food was a sure route to popularity.

“I had a … more >


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