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A week from the Oscars, Washington Post movie  critic Ann Hornaday profiled best actor nominee Jeffrey Wright ’83. Writes Hornaday in “Jeffrey Wright Is Finally in the Oscar Hunt. He’s Ready”: Throughout ‘American Fiction,’ Wright delivers the kind of star turn he was born for, deftly navigating comedy, pathos, spiky social commentary and a sly performance-within-a-performance — all with his signature blend of screen-friendly charisma and judicious understatement.”

Ben Rothenberg '05 recently hosted an event in Washington D.C. to promote his new book about Naomi Osaka. Read St. Albans' coverage of the event here

"In a city known for underappreciated rappers, Southeast D.C’s Beau Young Prince is on a mission to boost the entire city’s hip-hop output. The rapper works part-time as an artist consultant, helping others navigate the industry he knows well — he was immersed in the Los Angeles music scene for three years while on iconic hip-hop record label Def Jam before he moved back to D.C. and went fully independent in 2021." Enjoy a recent DCist profiled of Beau Young Prince '09.

Clift "Andy" Seferlis '88 is carrying on the legacy of his father, who carved many of the gargoyles on the Cathedral. The Washingtonian recently profiled his work. (Image Credit: Washingtonian)