Alumni News Round-Up: Week of April 21, 2018
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of April 21, 2018:
- We the People gets a shout out in the RTD’s Q&A with Studio Two Three co-founder and executive director Ashley Hawkins (’03).
- Jillian Johnson (’99), who currently serves as Durham’s Mayor Pro Tempore, spoke to students at Duke about activism.
- Chirag Saraiya (’96), principal at Training the Street and an adjunct professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, is quoted in this US News & World Report article on MBA admissions.
- Maura Pond (’03) is the vocalist and songwriter for Luna Honey, which will be releasing its first album on July 13. Read more about them and listen to their first single here.
- Gwyneth Sholar (’15) is appearing in “Hand to God” at Live Arts through May 6.
- James Hoke (’04), Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Luther College, recently published on the peer-reviewed Feminist Studies in Religion blog.
- From Father Matt Kiehl (’06): “One of the greatest teachers I’ve ever had was Mr. Phil Sorrentino, a gifted government instructor and the wildly successful coach of Maggie Walker’s ‘We the People’ team. His humble authenticity, sharp intellect, wry humor, unfailing passion, and deep concern for his students were great gifts to me and my classmates during our own high school years, and his example remains particularly inspiring to me now as I teach high school myself. Today he came to visit our school as our own ‘We the People’ club held their first mock hearings, and I was thrilled to show him around and share dinner with some colleagues. What a wonderful throwback!”