"A beautiful, evocative novel of family devotion, celebrity, downfall, and survival, framed by the political and cultural upheavals of America on the cusp of a new decade. Irresistibly tender." - Library Journal
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In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, small business owners are displaying great courage as they evolve and persevere, including our alumni! We're pleased to share a new online directory of alumni-owned small businesses.
Postponed — please stay tuned for a new date!
We're pleased to announce our inaugural networking event for alumni to meet fellow female graduates.
This event is complimentary and you must be 21 and over to attend.
Alumni, please complete our survey!
We believe that your connection to the School, your classmates, and other alumni should not stop at graduation. We hope to engage more alumni in our current programs, provide career and networking opportunities, and reconnect you with your classmates and the entire Dwight community.
Our NEW Alumni Portal
Tom and Serge — Together Again at Dwight!
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About Our Speakers
Tom Barbash is also the author of the award-winning novel The Last Good Chance, winner of the California Book Award, and the short story collection Stay Up with Me, which was a national bestseller and was nominated for the Folio Prize. His nonfiction book, On Top of the World: Cantor Fitzgerald, Howard Lutnick, and 9/11; A Story of Loss and Renewal, was a New York Times bestseller. He currently teaches in the MFA program at California College of the Arts.
Serge Kovaleski is an investigative reporter on the National Desk at The New York Times. He was awarded the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news as part of the Metro team that covered the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal. He was a Pulitzer finalist in the same category in 2018 with other national staff for coverage of the Las Vegas massacre; as well as in 2008 for the Metro Desk’s coverage of one of the deadliest residential fires in New York’s history. Serge was one of the Times’ journalists awarded the 2015 Polk Award for Military Reporting for their investigation into U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six.
We had the pleasure of profiling Serge for Dwight Today — read more about him and his journey beginning back in the day!
An Alumnus Honors Chancellor Spahn's 50 Years in Education