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“The Story of the Bitten Locket: Holocaust Remembrance,” senior thesis presentation by Emma Glickman ‘18 on April 11, 2018

Emma Glickman ’18 will present her senior thesis titled, “The Story of the Bitten Locket: Holocaust Remembrance” on Wednesday, April 11 at 6:00pm in Rockefeller Hall, Room 310. This event is free and open to the public.

Glickman will be presenting the story of her grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, as part of her senior thesis project. An eight minute trailer of a documentary will be shown that shares the story of her survival.

This event is sponsored by the Vassar Jewish Union.

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Posted by Office of Communications Thursday, April 5, 2018