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Alumni news roundup - Sept. 30, 2020

Alumni news roundup - Sept. 30, 2020

September 30, 2020

David T. Allen ’61 writes guest column for Louisville Courier Journal.

Elisa Barety ’00 illustrates cover of inaugural issue of Gluestick Magazine. 

Taylor Beaty ’12 named Allen County Superior Court magistrate.

Samuel Borcherding  ’13 returns to hometown of Seymour to work for Family Medical Center.

William F. Carroll ’73 publishes book, “Ranking the Rock Albums: Stereo LP Era 1963-1989.

Forbes recognizes Craig Cunningham as a “Top Next-Gen Wealth Advisor.”

Wendy Blythe Gifford ’71 writes “Christmas at Court” for new anthology, “Tudor Christmas Tidings.

Andrew Harris ’04 performs in Deutsche Oper Berlin’s staging of Wagner’s “Die Walküre.”

Big League Flicks mentions Steven Hollar ’89, who appeared in the movie “Hoosiers.

“Hum,” a movie written and directed by Henry Johnston ’14, won the audience award at the Indy Film Fest.

Jay Klein ’20 mentioned in American Israelite story about his family.

Sydney Kopp ’20 named NCAA Woman of the Year Conference-level nominee.

Jonathan Lau ’04 named among “30 in their Thirties” by DBusiness Magazine.

Palo Alto City Council candidate Edward V. Lauing Jr. ’70 interviewed.

Steven Sear ’87 is leader at Global Sales for Delta Air Lines.

“Ebola in Congo,” Frontline video directed by Ben C. Solomon ’10, wins Emmy for Outstanding Video Journalism: News.  

Article profiles SWAT team officer Megan Soultz ’10. 

Brad Stevens ’99 profiled in article about his coaching for the Boston Celtics.

Tracy Wilhelmy Stevens ’99 profiled on website about major league sports wives.

Mineta San José International Airport names Keonnis Taylor ’03 public information manager.

“Melanated Moments in Classical Music,” co-hosted by Joshua Thompson ’04, named Best Black Music Podcast of 2020.

Dennis Trinkle ’91 writes column on Five Things to Know About Online Learning.

Chase Wright ’19 interviewed about country music career.

David Young ’20 wins first place in the Opera Grand Rapids Collegiate Vocal Competition.

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