The exhibit, showcasing her printmaking works, celebrates "the beauty, importance, and complexity of positive representation of African American children."
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Pingry Record reporter Aneesh Karuppur '21 interviews Trustee and Pingry Alum Greg Mankiw '76 to capture his unique perspective as an economist and professor on the economic impact of the Global Pandemic on the American Economy.
Pingry Record reporter Brooke Pan '21 and Chris Bender '89 discusses the changing landscape of the entertainment industry, the me-too movement and the impact of COVID-19 on Hollywood in this captivating interview.
Ijeoma Kola '08 shares her unique perspective as a public health historian, lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur with Pingry Record reporter Brooke Pan '21.
Mirika Jambudi '23 reports on Pingry parent Jamie Pereira's '27 work in the Overlook Hospital Emergency Department during the COVID-19 crisis.
In this interview with Pingry Record journalist, Noah Bergam '21, Dr. Purvi Parikh shares insights from her time working in a New York City hospital during the COVID-19 Crisis.
Learn about the notion of terroir from Palmer Emmitt '94, wine-maker and partner in Emmitt-Scorsone Wines.