The New Yorker publishes alum's cartoon

March 12, 2019

Spider Pride

We are always proud of our alums who work hard to accomplish their dreams. It doesn’t hurt when national news outlets pay attention to them, too.

Liz Montague, ’18, pursued her goal of becoming a graphic designer after graduation — and her latest cartoon was just published in this week’s The New Yorker. After earning her degree in visual and media arts practice, Montague now works in digital design for Aga Khan Foundation in Washington, D.C. While on campus, she was a D-1 athlete on our track and field team, a 2018 recipient of the David C. Evans Award for Outstanding Achievement in Creative Arts, and a participant in A&S’s Symposium.

Congratulations for having your work nationally recognized, Elizabeth!