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FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENT BLOGS:
Sulphur Springs (Texas) News-Telegram
Beth Crutcher '09 has "fit in perfectly" as the Sulphur Springs High School choir director.
While helping with tornado cleanup in Washington, Wesleyan's Kathy Niepagen took on a cause of helping a survivor track down three cards.
Los Angeles Times
Bill Damaschke '85 shared a laugh with President Obama during a visit to DreamWorks, which Obama praised as an "economic engine."
Daniel LaRocca '13, who manages Wesleyan's Mark Evans Observatory, discussed a comet that's expected to appear in our skies over the holiday.
Professor Emeritus Paul Bushnell discussed the civil rights legacy of JFK, as the nation marked 50 years from his assassination.
The (Palm Springs, Calif.) Desert Sun
Scott Moreau '01 plays Johnny Cash in the national touring production of "Million Dollar Quartet."
Professor of History Michael Weis discussed President Kennedy's "compelling relationship" with Latin America.
Illinois Wesleyan alumni and other Illinois college alums in Washington, D.C., joined in a fundraising event for Washington, Illinois tornado victims.
Wesleyan's Michael Weis and Nancy Sultan offered insights into the memory of JFK, 50 years after his assassination.
The Wrap - Covering Hollywood
Who has greenlight power in Hollywood? Wesleyan alum Bill Damaschke '85, for one.