How to Have Stuff Without Breaking the Planet with Sandra Goldmark ’93

Join us for an exclusive conversation with educator, designer, author and fix-it guru Sandra Goldmark '93

It’s a new year and a new chance to purge old stuff!

Before you throw away that broken toaster, join Sandra Goldmark ’93 for a quarantine tour of her home. She’ll discuss the impacts of some of our most common household items and chart a clear path towards a more sustainable, equitable, and circular pattern of consumption. This event is meant to be interactive, so questions are welcome!

The event will take place on Wednesday, February 10 at 7pm via Zoom.

Tickets are available now for $5 for dues-paying members, and $25 for all other alumni. You can purchase a ticket plus membership at the discounted rate of $50.

Please note: You MUST log into MyStuy to purchase a member ticket. 


Current Stuyvesant students can join this event for free. Please email us at [email protected] for details on how to join.


Sandra Goldmark ’93 is a designer, teacher, and entrepreneur whose work focuses on circular economy solutions to overconsumption and climate change. She is an Associate Professor of Professional Practice in Theatre & Director of Sustainability and Climate Action at Barnard College, and the author of Fixation: How to Have Stuff without Breaking the Planet. You can purchase her book at Barnes & NobleWord Up Books, Book Culture, Community Bookstore, McNally Jackson, and other retailers.

Read more about Sandra and her work on her website:


If you have any questions, reach out to [email protected]. The Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association office is currently unable to take phone calls to our main line. Please email us to schedule a phone call.