Gift of art, eyewitness accounts of family’s time in the USSR augment gallery’s Soviet poster collection
The state was ever-present in the Soviet Union in 1969 when Leslie Malone Berger ’83 lived there for two years with her parents, Dan and Anne Malone, and sister Shannon.
For the past 10 months, the Sweet Briar community has come together like never before to reach a fundraising goal of $10 million.
Participants of “Industrialized Killing — The World Wars, the Holocaust, and Memory” continued their journey through Europe’s battlefields and war memorials, finishing tours of sites in France and Belgium.
At its 18th and final meeting of the fiscal year on June 19, 2016, the Sweet Briar Board of Directors discussed various College matters and took several actions.
Assistant professor of modern languages and literatures Alessandra Chiriboga will present “ ‘El Norte’ by Gregory Nava: A Cinematic Narrative” at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 21, in Haskell Learning Studio.