Former New Jersey Sen. Bill Bradley ’65 discusses pension issues with a Kansas legislative committee in March 2013.
AP Photo/John Hanna

Former Knicks basketball player and U.S. senator Bill Bradley ’65 premiered his new autobiographical one-man show on Broadway called Rolling Along. — The New Yorker

Nashville attorney Abby Rubenfeld ’75 represented a transgender woman who settled a discrimination suit with Vanderbilt University. The terms were not released, but Rubenfeld said “we believe that justice has been served and that Vanderbilt got the message loud and clear.” — New York Daily News
TerraCycle founder Tom Szaky ’05 described his Trenton-based recycling company’s mission to “eliminate the idea of waste.” —
Winnie Park ’93 has left the top spot at card and gift-wrap retailer Paper Source to become chief executive of the fashion brand Forever 21. — Retail Dive
Cleveland Browns executive Kwesi Adofo-Mensah ’03 was named the new general manager of the Minnesota Vikings and is already working to find a new head coach. — ESPN
Natalie Tung ’18 explained how student teaching in Trenton led her to create the HomeWorks program that gives high school girls from the city a boarding school experience. — Rachael Ray Show
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor ’76 discussed her third children’s book, Just Help!, and how kids can improve their communities. “Just because you’re a kid doesn’t mean you’re not powerful,” she said. — Late Night With Seth Meyers

“We’re living at a time of pandemic, of racial division, of staggering economic inequality, of climate crisis. And to go to war or even to contemplate these two new cold wars — Russia and China —  seems to me nuts. More attention should be paid to how to exit these conflicts.”

— Katrina vanden Heuvel ’81, editorial director and publisher of The Nation, arguing that the U.S. should pursue “creative diplomacy” to resolve the Russia-Ukraine conflict. — Democracy Now!

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ’92 (R-Texas) is backing hedge fund manager Republican David McCormick *94 *96 in his bid for a U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania. The two appeared together at a rally in the Lehigh Valley. — WITF
Writer Margaret Wright ’17’s Accidents won the poetry category in the Ploughshares literary journal’s 2021 Emerging Writers Contest. Wright is an MFA candidate at New York University. — Ploughshares
William Deverell *89, professor of history, spatial sciences, and environmental studies at the University of Southern California, explained the historical reasons why the Los Angeles skyline is set back from the ocean, unlike other coastal cities that were built closer. — Yahoo!
As General Motors looks to hire 8,000 technical workers this year, chief data and analytics officer Iwao Fusillo ’88 said the company needs the talent to develop electric and autonomous vehicles, safety features, and subscription services, all driven by software. — WXYZ
During the Winter Olympics, comedian and television host Matt Iseman ’93 will co-host a live, 8 a.m. daily mix of highlights and previews called “The Olympic Show.” — NBC

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