In a new memoir, Sugar Hill: Where the Sun Rose Over Harlem (Impulse Press, 2012), Terry Baker Mulligan '66 writes joyously about weathering adolescence while history unfolds around her in mid-century Harlem. Evangelists, curly-haired doo-wop boys, and interracial couples populate her memorable cast of characters, while she also chronicles Thursday matinées at the Apollo, Sunday mornings at Smalls Paradise and the Hot Cha, as well as encounters with Willie Mays in the shoeshine parlor and with Minniejean Brown, one of the Little Rock Nine, in the Dreamland luncheonette.
Joan Giordano ’60: Color, Form, and Texture
Joan Baldassano Giordano ’60 is a visual artist who combines painting and sculpting, using media ranging from bamboo to wax.
What’s Inside: The Triathlon Team
What are the components of a triathlon? Learn from the top Seahawk finisher at the 2018 USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship.
The Wagner Antiques Roadshow recalled many aspects of College history and culture.
Where She Found Her Stride
One of the first female ‘Wagnerian’ editors, Joan Bansemer Ehren ’53, gives back to the College.