Alana Newhouse Author
Alana Newhouse is a writer and editor. Newhouse grew up in Lawrence, New York. She is a graduate of the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway, a 1997 graduate of Barnard College, and a 2002 graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. After college, Newhouse worked for political consultant David Garth. Her journalism career began at The Forward, where she was a religion reporter before being named Arts and Culture editor in 2003. In 2008 she became editor of Nextbook. She established Tablet Magazine for Nextbook in 2009. Newhouse is a contributor to other media outlets, most notably The New York Times. In April 2010, she reported on a new discovery related to the photography of Roman Vishniac for The New York Times Magazine and, in July 2010, penned a controversial essay on Jewish conversion for the op-ed page titled "The Diaspora Need Not Apply".
1. Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway Private school
The Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway, or HAFTR, is a Modern Orthodox Jewish day school on the South Shore of Long Island in New York serving male and female students in preschool through twelfth grade. It is a private school in the Five Towns. Students study Jewish and secular subjects in a dual curriculum.
|Official web page||www.haftr.org|
2. Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Private university
The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism is the only journalism school in the Ivy League and one of the oldest in the United States and the world. It is one of the professional graduate schools of Columbia University. Founded by Joseph Pulitzer in 1912 on the University's Morningside Heights campus, the school offers Master of Science and Master of Arts degrees in journalism, and a Ph.D. in communications.
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3. Barnard College Colleges/University
Barnard College is a private women's liberal arts college and a member of the Seven Sisters. Founded in 1889, Barnard has been affiliated with Columbia University since 1900. The 4-acre (1.6 ha) campus stretches along Broadway between 116th and 120th Streets in the Morningside Heights neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan, in New York City. It is adjacent to Columbia's campus and near several other academic institutions and has been used by Barnard since 1898.
|Type||Liberal arts college|
2013. 241 mil. $
2010. 184 mil. $
2013. 20.5 %
2010. 25.0 %
2014. 44.3 K $
2010. 38.9 K $
|Official web page||www.barnard.edu|