Professor Emeritus of Latin Elizabeth Hazelton Haight ’94 died in Poughkeepsie at the age of 92. Towering classicist, feminist, faculty and alumnae leader, she was the first woman to be elected chairman of the Advisory Council of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome. She also served as president of the American Philological Association. The editor of Matthew Vassar’s Autobiography and Letters (1916), she and former president James Monroe Taylor published Vassar (1915), a comprehensive history of the college in the Oxford University Press’s “American College and University” series. In 1919, three years after Taylor’s death, Miss Haight published Life and Letters of James Monroe Taylor: the Biography of an Educator.