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A lifetime of experiences prepared Bill Damaschke ’85 to serve as producer of a Tony Award-winning musical that echoes real life as Broadway bounces back from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A series of rejections didn’t stop Torri “T.J.” Newman ’06 from writing a story that has become a New York Times bestseller and landed a seven-figure movie deal.
As Illinois Wesleyan celebrates the 25th anniversary of its association with the Pembroke Program and the University of Oxford, Rachel McCarthy ’21 shares a firsthand account of her experience studying in the “City of Dreaming Spires.”
Burke Nihill ’00 is the president and CEO of the National Football League’s Tennessee
Titans, where he and his family are all part of the team.
Through her many campus roles, Vickie (Noltkamper) Folse ’86 helped the Illinois Wesleyan
community safely navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
Illinois Wesleyan’s storied campus radio station, WESN, is evolving through renewed
interest and investment while continuing to serve as an important platform for student
Illinois Wesleyan’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award winner Dr. William Farrar ’71 has made a lasting impact through his many leadership roles at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
Guided by her own adoption experience, Dr. Judith Eckerle ’98 serves as director of
the University of Minnesota’s Adoption Medicine Clinic.
The tallest mountain in North America beckoned Andrew Baldock ’99 to Alaska and set
in motion a quest to climb the world’s highest peaks.
A love of baking and a transformative volunteer experience led Katherine Slevin ’10 to found C. Love Cookie Project, a bakery that supports the local immigrant community in Portland, Maine.