Press Archive

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Transitions: State U. of New York College at Oneonta Selects Next President

News of Delmy M. Lendof’s role as vice president for student affairs, was highlighted in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Transitions” section.

Lifestyle Asia

Add to Cart: Luxe bathrobes, fuzzy kicks and butterfly clips

Fashion alumna Jessica Stahl’s line “Stahl Knit,” which features one-of-a-kind, hand-crocheted accessories and hand-knitted ready-to-wear, is included in this round-up of coveted fashion trends.


Ian Collings’ sculptural debut

A feature highlighting Fine Arts alumnus Ian Collings’ debut exhibition titled ‘Primary Data’ currently on view at Casa Perfect in Los Angeles.


Celebrities like Jake Gyllenhaal have spoken out about how little they bathe. That’s easier to say if you’re white, says a culture studies professor.

Carl Zimring, professor of social science and cultural studies, was interviewed as a faculty expert in this article exploring race and notions of hygiene, which was used to justify slavery and colonization in the 1700 and 1800s.

Hudson Valley Press

Maria Smith Dautruche Appointed Director Westchester Center for Racial Equity

Maria Smith Dautruche, alumna of Arts & Cultural Management, was appointed director of the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester’s newly created Westchester Center for Racial Equity.


Quilian Riano: Question the Status Quo

Quilian Riano, who was recently appointed the new assistant dean within the School of Architecture, contributed to Architect Magazine’s “One Year Later” series reflecting on what has changed over the past months of pandemic and protests.


SEE: Public Art Installations Transform Brooklyn’s Myrtle Avenue

A story on public art to see this summer on Myrtle Avenue highlighted the “Watching” installation by student Jack Ketteler that covers the utility boxes in Myrtle Avenue Plaza with colorful eyes.


Opinion: NYC’s Next Mayor Needs to Revamp City Planning for Equity

Elena Conte, senior fellow at the Pratt Center for Community Development, co-authored the City Limits op-ed “NYC’s Next Mayor Needs to Revamp City Planning for Equity.

Black News Channel

Mahogany L. Browne Named as Lincoln Center’s First Poet in Residence

Alumna Mahogany L. Browne was named Lincoln Center’s first-ever Poet-in-Residence. Her residency includes curating monthly virtual and in-person events from July to September, with the programming drawing on her extensive experience as a poet and activist.


From Flatbush to the Oscars and Back + Live Picks 7/23-29

A feature highlighted how Tara Duvivier, senior planner at the Pratt Center for Community Development, is both a DJ and urban planner and how the two roles both focus on community organizing. Her recent sets include playing the 2021 Oscars warm-up show and red carpet.

Brooklyn Magazine

A Photo Collection That Captures New York At The Very Dawn Of Aids

Brooklyn Magazine featured the work of Allen Frame, adjunct professor-CCE of photography, whose new book FEVER includes his color photographs from the early 1980s just before the dawn of AIDS.


The 2021 Lenscratch Student Prize: 26 To Watch

Brandon Foushee, BFA Photography ’21, and Su Ji Lee, BFA Photography ‘22, were featured on Lenscratch’s 2021 list of student photographers to watch.


Pratt School of Architecture announces Quilian Riano as its new Assistant Dean

Announcement of Quilian Riano’s recent appointment as assistant dean of the School of Architecture.

The Architect’s Newspaper

Daily digest: California’s Flintstone House settles its legal woes, Surfside condo tower collapse updates, and more

Coverage announcing the news that architect and urban designer Quilian Riano was named assistant dean of the School of Architecture.