Due to the weather, all classes on Tuesday, January 26 will be taught and attended remotely.
Alessandra Stanley ’73 is an American journalist. In 2003, she became the chief television critic for The New York Times. Before then, Stanley was a foreign correspondent for the newspaper, first as co-chief of the Moscow bureau and then Rome bureau chief. Before The New York Times, Stanley was a correspondent for Time where she worked overseas as well as in Los Angeles and in Washington D.C., where she covered the White House. She has also written for The New York Times Magazine, The New Republic, GQ and Vogue.
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