Oct 242019
 

Kathryn Totz ’07 recently started a position as a UX Researcher at Baymard Institute. Based in Copenhagen, Baymard is a leading independent web usability research institute conducting original large-scale research studies on all aspects of the e-commerce user experience. Prior to joining Baymard, she worked at Verint Foresee, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as a Senior Usability Analyst, after earning her Master of Science in Information degree in Human-Computer Interaction from the University of Michigan in 2010. She lives in and works from Miami, Florida.

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Oct 222019
 

Bryonha Parham ’07 is part of the cast of the Tony-nominated The Spongebob Musical, which is to be recorded soon for a TV broadcast. The production is currently touring in North America. Congratulations, Bryonha!

Read more about the production here.

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Oct 162019
 

Eric Malmquist ’07 is the upcoming composer of Let Me Sing, to be premiered October 26th at the St. James Cathedral in Chicago. It as a piece inspired by three poems and features the voice work of Ariana Strahl, an alumna of IWU, on Soprano.

Read more about the performance here.

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Oct 162019
 

Ariana Strahl ’07 is a featured soloist that will perform this October 26th at the St. James Cathedral in Chicago. She will perform, accompanied by a full orchestra, a piece called Let Me Sing composed by fellow alumnus Eric Malmquist ’07.

Read more about the performance here.

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Sep 182019
 

Illinois Wesleyan University Homecoming
October 4-6, 2019

We are looking forward to another great Homecoming this fall! Your story started here, and Illinois Wesleyan University helped guide your path to where you are today.
This is cause for celebration! Come back to campus on October 4-6 to celebrate, reminisce, and revisit your story.

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Aug 292019
 

The Redwood Falls Gazette recently wrote an article about Krey Leesman ’07 and his work as a pastor for the Middle Creek, Olivia, and Danube congregations. Leesman said he believes he offers compassion and empathy to the people he serves, adding he enjoys the chance to meet people and develop relationships with them. As a pastor, Leesman said he is excited about the opportunity he has been given to serve the churches in the area, adding the churches have demonstrated a willingness to work together to ensure what is best for all of them.

 

To read more about Leesman’s story, click here.

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