Rebekah McFarland ’05

Lots of changes this year! I am busy but happy working as an archivist for the Sisters of the Living Word in Arlington Heights, IL; volunteering regularly as a book conservation assistant at Chicago’s Newberry Library; running my own bookbinding business, McFarland Book Repair; and making journals for my relatively new Etsy shop, LyranJournals. On […]

Ellen Adams ’05

Ellen Adams was recently selected Ploughshares’ Emerging Writer in non-fiction. In the next few months, her writing will be published by Black Warrior Review, Kenyon Review Online, Southern Humanities Review, and The Carolina Quarterly. She lives and works in Seattle, where she’s revising a novel and developing a book-length work of non-fiction. She’s also been […]

Hyun Tae (Calvin) Kim ’05

I met up with my classmates Zack Grossman, Ryan Church, and Michael Yun (Jee Woo!) for Zack’s wedding back in August of last year. Now I’m currently a first-year doctoral student at the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, where I’m studying organizational and political communication, with a growing interest also […]

Lauren Bangasser ’05

I’ve been living in Memphis, Tn, for three years and recently started working for a great organization called The Kitchen Community. We build beautifully designed Learning Gardens at schools to teach about healthy eating and build community through food. Check it out at 100 learning gardens coming to Shelby County area schools Lauren Bangasser […]

Hyun Tae (Calvin) Kim ’05

Calvin is wrapping up his master’s degree in international affairs at Columbia University, and is getting ready for the next stage of his life. Beginning in Fall 2015, he is going to be starting his PhD in Communication at University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. He is very excited to be […]