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Dalia Schweitzer ’98, who first researched provocative artist Cindy Sherman as an undergrad at Wes, recently published the first study of Sherman’s overlooked and only film, Office Killer.

Dalia Schweitzer ’98, who first researched provocative artist Cindy Sherman as an undergrad at Wes, recently published the first study of Sherman’s overlooked and only film, Office Killer.

Judge Leonard P. Edwards ’63 may have retired, but he’s not done fighting for the rights of children and families. And his latest book, Reasonable Efforts: A Judicial Perspective, is available for free online.

Judge Leonard P. Edwards ’63 may have retired, but he’s not done fighting for children and families. His latest book, Reasonable Efforts: A Judicial Perspective, is available free online. #THISISWHY

Abdul Latif ’97, who founded Wes’ Precision student dance troupe, shares his choreography reel from over his successful and varied dance career.

Abdul Latif ’97, who founded Wes’ Precision student dance troupe, shares his choreography reel from over his successful and varied dance career.

The person most likely to radically alter the world of sports over the next decade? Not Lebron James, but the first woman to head a major professional sports union in North America, Michele Roberts ’77. #THISISWHY

The person most likely to radically alter the world of sports? Not LeBron James, but the first woman to head the NBA union, Michele Roberts ’77. #THISISWHY

Bill Shapiro ’87 has co-written a children’s book with Barnaby Harris, and perhaps surprisingly, Keith Richards.

Former America’s Next Top Model contestant and Bank of America director Kim Stolz ’05 mocks her relationship with social media in Unfriending My Ex and Other Things I’ll Never Do. #THISISWHY

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