LGBTQ Activist Victoria Cruz ’82 is seated in front of the 2017 painting Mother Marsha by Gwendolyn Román McCarthy ’19, which hangs in the Brooklyn College LGBTQ Resource Center.

Thank You for Everything,
Victoria Cruz

A legendary figure in the fight for the rights of the LGBTQ community and the anti-violence movement, Victoria Cruz is a survivor of the Stonewall protest and the first transgender woman of color to receive the National Crime Victim Service Award for her advocacy.

Illustration of Karen Berger

The Wondrous World
of Karen Berger

Karen Berger ’79, a trailblazer in the comic book industry who has worked on some of the best-known and edgiest books in the history of the genre, embarks on her latest adventure, the Berger Books imprint under the publisher Dark Horse.

Feirstein’s First Class

Feirstein’s First Class

The city’s first public graduate film school unleashes its first M.F.A. graduates to take the film world by storm.

Sarah Sze (American, b. 1969) Day, 2001–03. Offset lithography and silkscreen, 37-1/2in x 71in

Not Your Ordinary Art Gallery

Since 2002, the Brooklyn College Library has been home to a carefully curated cache of world-class art. Associate Professor and librarian Miriam Deutch is eager to reintroduce us to the collection, which is displayed throughout the library in what she calls unconventional spaces, accessible to all.