On August 6, Lauren Zanedis ’11 appeared on the TLC show Say Yes to the Dress; the episode details her wedding dress appointment at Kleinfeld Bridal Chelsea with Say Yes to the Dress star Randy Fenoli. Zanedis was married in Barcelona in October 2021.
The August 1 New York Times article “Dan Smith Might Teach You Guitar” featured former New York governor David A. Paterson ’77. Paterson has been studying guitar with Smith since 2020 and takes a two-hour lesson each week.
Rep. Jerrold L. Nadler ’69 (D-N.Y.) was the subject of the July 19 Washington Post article “Do Jewish New Yorkers care about identity politics? Jerry Nadler hopes so.” Nadler, who served Manhattan’s 10th district since 1992, is running against Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) and Suraj Patel in the August 23 primary.
The Law School announced on June 15 that Jeffrey Rivas ’17, LAW’23 will be Columbia Law Review’s next editor-in-chief. Rivas is only the second Latinx Law School student to hold the position; he hopes a more diverse staff will have an influence on the journal’s content.
Nominations for the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced on July 12; Lucia Aniello ’04 received three for her work on the HBO Max series Hacks: Outstanding Drama Series (as executive producer), Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. Ashley Lyle ’02, SOA’07 also received three nominations for her work on the Showtime series Yellowjackets: Outstanding Drama Series (as executive producer) and two for Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series. The Emmy Awards ceremony will be broadcast on September 12.