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Warren Phillips, an alumnus of Queens College, worked for The Wall Street Journal for the majority of his professional life. He rose from a reporter and editor to the role of Publisher, and finally Chief Executive Officer of its parent organization, Dow Jones & Company (1975-1991). Over the term of his career, he played a significant role in the Journal's development from a small financial publication into one of the country’s premier daily papers, and also served as President of the American…
Photographs of students, faculty, and staff on campus, as well as special events.
Benjamin S. Rosenthal, born June 8, 1923 in New York City, represented the city’s 8th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1962 until his death in 1983. As a U.S. Representative, Rosenthal pursued the issues that most impassioned him: consumer protection and international affairs. He was a fierce advocate for the creation of a Consumer Protection Agency, and served as Chairman on the Subcommittee for Commerce, Consumer, and Monetary Affairs.