Photograph taken by Rosemary Mayer showing the performance artist Adrian Piper performing Catalysis II, 1970, was published in State of Mind: New California Art circa 1970, Constance M. Lewallan and Karen Moss with Additional Essays by Julia Bryan-Wilson and Anne Rorimer, University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, 2011. The image can be found on page 251; caption appears on page 249: Fig.4.21 Adrian Piper, Catalysis II, (detail), 1970. Performance documentation: three black-and- (sic) photographs on Baryta paper, 16 x 16 in. each. Collection of the General Foundation Collection, Vienna. c. General Foundation and APRA Foundation. Photo: Rosemary Mayer Theresa Licari started the first radiology program at LaGuardia Community College in September 2011. The first class of students is slated to graduate in June 2012 making them eligible to become licensed Radiologic Technologists through the National organization - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and New York State Health Department.Several documentaries, newspaper articles, and television broadcasts based on, or relating to Fern Luskin' s research on the Underground Railroad Station on 29th Street, the only documented one in Manhattan, have appeared in print or on the air including National Geographic’s “Civil Warriors; Free at Last” (produced by Sophia Roberts, Wide Eyed Entertainment, April 2011), “Secrets of New York,” “The City at War” (produced by Dean Irwin, NYC Media), and “Change to Civil War-Era Building Disputed” (by Robin Pogrebin, The New York Times, January 1, 2011).