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Young Alumni News
Whatever happened to those nude self portraits of Wesleyan's Drawing I? "The Student Body," an episode of the podcast Cellar Door produced by Piers Gelly '13, explores this in interviews with many Wesleyan alumni. Read more... Wes band Humeysha opened for Heems (Himanshu Suri '07) last Friday, and will perform at Wesleyan this Saturday. Check out their new music video (also a Wes collaboration!). #THISISWHY Read more... "A good teacher is a sort of whirling dervish." Wesconnect interviews Jeanine Basinger, pioneer of film studies and the veritable Professor of Hollywood, on the impact of good teachers and winning the Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching twice. Read more... "It's okay to have a hodgepodge of identities," says Zainab Khan '13 in this interview with Wesconnect about Mozzified, her Muslim pop culture website. #THISISWHY Read more... A look at the "personal and universal" comedy of Naomi Ekperigin '05, who writes for Broad City and Difficult People. Read more... Zain Alam '13 talks with Wesconnect about Humeysha, a cross-cultural project, its upcoming album release, and collaborating with other alumni. #THISISWHY Read more... An (incomplete) list of recent fellowship winners and Fulbright scholars who will study in Brazil, Uganda, the Dominican Republic, China, Kenya and Taiwan. Are we missing someone? Let us know. Read more... Peabody Award-winning producer Marlon Bishop '07 was interviewed by HuffPo Live about his work on "Borderland," an episode for Latino USA about perspectives on immigrants in Arizona/Mexico. Read more... Jordyn Lexton ’08 is the latest in a long line of alumni to win an Echoing Green Fellowship, with seed funding for Drive Change, a food truck enterprise for formerly incarcerated youth. Here's a list of past fellows and more about Jordyn's work. #THISISWHY Read more... "I still want to make Rich Homie Quan and Beyoncé songs...I just want them to be about other issues." Le1f (Khalif Diouf ’11) discusses the sonic and political motivations behind his debut album. Read more... Slope co-founder Daniel Bloom '10 talks with Wesconnect about studying history, video marketing, and entrepreneurship. #THISISWHY Read more... "...so, Miriam was underneath the stage." Annie Paladino '09 and Miriam Krent '09 recall the start of their friendship as part of the Wesleyan Storytelling Project. Read more... Marisa Stotter '13 has exciting news: She Makes Comics, her first film, won Best Documentary at "arguably the mecca for comic book fans"—Comic-Con 2015. Read more... Actor and playwright Dylan Marron ’10 creates the popular YouTube Series "Every Single Word Spoken by a Person of Color," a project that highlights Hollywood's lack of diversity. Read more... Wesconnect caught up with director Shannon Sun-Higginson ’10 and editor Ian Park ’11 about GTFO The Movie, a documentary on the normalization of misogyny in gaming. Read more... Meet one of NPR's '50 Great Teachers,' the "Joan Jett of sex educators," Lena Solow '12. Read more... Wesleyan awarded 799 BA, 29 MA, 35 MALS and 16 PhD degrees at its 183rd Commencement ceremony on Sunday. Read more... Jenna Starr '15, Jasmine Masand '15, and Camille Casareno '15 spoke as part of the "Senior Voices" program on May 23. Read more... Alumni from across disciplines, including music video directors, journalists, and artists, visited campus for WesFest recently. #THISISWHY Read more... Wesconnect interviews Syed Ali '13, a former student representative to the Board of Trustees, about the alumni-trustee elections that are currently underway. Read more... What is your favorite place on campus? A Wesconnect roving reporter gets some answers. Read more... Three alumni have been recognized as "Young Global Leaders" by the World Economic Forum. #THISISWHY Read more... Henry Kaplan ’10 collaborated with Houang ’10, Gordon ’10, Essoyan ’07, Binswanger ’10 and Kuwahara ’09 to create a short film about an aging gangland boss battling through his final days. Read more... SXSW 2015: South by South Wes. What were alumni up to in Austin this March? Read more... Lindsay Abrams '12, staff writer at Salon, covers a new study exploring climate change as a possible contributor to the 2011 Syrian uprising. Read more... Jess Best '14 talks with Wesconnect about her new album, which features a veritable college of Cardinals: Berman ’14, Mondschein ’12, Russo ’11, Frank ’15, Crimm ’16, Potters ’12, and many others (seriously). Read more... Latorya Hicks PhD'05, who was the first female student of color to receive a doctorate in the sciences at Wes, recently returned to speak with students from under-represented backgrounds. #THISISWHY Read more... Cardinal Couples, Wes Valentines, our very own Wes-Side Story: we present a Storytelling playlist, a photo gallery, a Wesleying article, and a Magazine article. Read more... Rehan Mehta ’14 starts his first job out of college at Momofuku in New York. He talks with Wesconnect about the connection between psychology and pastries. #THISISWHY Read more... A formidable number of Wes alumni—Urbina ’13, Valenti ’12, Sherr-Ziarko ’11, Swee ’12, and Rodi ’12—join forces to create Wolf 359, an extraterrestrial podcast. #THISISWHY Read more... #BlackLivesMatter: Wesleyan students marched on Main Street on Monday afternoon. Lindsay Keys '11 made a short film on the New York City protests. Read more... Former America's Next Top Model contestant and Bank of America director Kim Stolz '05 examines her relationship with social media in Unfriending My Ex and Other Things I’ll Never Do. #THISISWHY Read more... Oliver James '14 talks with us about his book A Field Guide to the Birds of Wesleyan which has been reprinted by the Wesleyan University Press. It was first printed by the student-run Stethoscope Press. Read more... Korean-American Artist Timothy Hyunsoo Lee ’12 is making waves in the art world with his neuroscience-inspired watercolors and sculptures. #THISISWHY Read more... As director of The Borneo Project, Jettie Word '08 is increasing awareness and fighting to protect the Southeast Asian rainforest from environmental destruction. Read more... Watch "Freedom's Ring," a multimedia experience of MLK's "I Have A Dream" speech, created by Evan Bissell '05. First published on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. #THISISWHY Read more... "Whenever I go to the Freeman Athletic Center I always see your photo up on the wall." Ellen Paik ’16 talks with father Sam Paik ’90 about their shared Wesleyan experience. Read more... Michael Yoshida '13 won a Regional Emmy with his WDAZ team for their coverage of "The Search for Anthony." #THISISWHY Read more... Julia Mark ’13 reflects with her father Charlie Mark P’13 on generations of students living on campus and calling its buildings home. Read more... Angela Larkan '05, whose non-profit evolved from her Wesleyan thesis, fosters educational programs for orphans of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. #THISISWHY Read more... How do you light a match? In Going Deep with David Rees, producer and lead editor Adam Barton '04 documents the brilliant banality of everyday tasks. #THISISWHY Read more... Writer, actor and New York Neo Futurist Dylan Marron '10 recently starred in a TD Bank commercial. #THISISWHY Read more... Elizabeth Hunter Gauvey-Kern ’11 talks with Lily Baggott '15 about "somewhere between Motown and Norah Jones," the NYC music scene, and her professors at Wesleyan. #THISISWHY Read more... University Relations has partnered with the Wesleyan Library to make limited JSTOR access available through Wesconnect to all alumni. Read more... Light may be a slippery fellow, but Harvard PhD candidate Chia Wei (Wade) Hsu '10 has found a way to confine it. #THISISWHY Read more... Paul Hanakata '14 has been named a finalist for the American Physical Society's Apker Award for his undergraduate thesis. #THISISWHY Read more... For the lacrosse community to say privilege doesn't exist is folly, says Connor Wilson '04. Read more... Video artist and composer Alexis Gideon '04 created a new art form: the stop-action video opera. Read more... Sarah Gignoux-Wolfsohn ’10 crowdfunded a scientific investigation into white-band disease, which is killing coral in the Caribbean. #THISISWHY Read more... Cardinal collaborate: musical partners in crime Dave Ruder '05 and Aliza Simons '09 experiment with song form in the "new textures" of their second album. Read more... “You must be comfortable with delayed gratification!” Samantha Schilit ’10 MA’11 talks about her research in genetics at Harvard, her NSF fellowship, and the importance of pragmatism in research. #THISISWHY Read more... Aria (Mita) Danaparamita '13 furthers her academic interests in immigrant politics and postcolonial theory with a film on Dalip Singh Saund, the first Asian-American elected to the U.S. Congress. #THISISWHY Read more... Protesting indefinite solitary confinement, humanizing the prisoner: Lucas Guilkey ’10 films documentary on prisoner hunger strikes in California. #THISISWHY Read more... Jacob Eichengreen '13 and Frank Fineis '13 translate the intellectual work of a thesis into reality with Bloom Financial, a microcredit startup for peer-to-peer lending in Uganda. #THISISWHY Read more... Are you sure you're not talking about the Quidditch World Cup? Katey Rich '06 reports on J.K. Rowling's update about Harry Potter and friends. Read more... All 733 graduating seniors of the Class of 2014 are now part of GOLD, Graduates of the Last Decade. Congratulations! Read more... Rachel Fox '14 launches a national conversation about sizeism, discrimination and STEM. Read more... Down the Shore is a debut novel by Stan Parish '06. Read the reviews and learn about the Wesconnection with Alexander Chee '89 and Allison Lorentzen '03. Read more... In this Q&A with Wesconnect, new Weidenfeld scholar Jourdan Hussein '11 talks about his future at Oxford, his favorite classes and multicultural memories of Wesleyan. #THISISWHY Read more... Setting the next generation up for success: AhDream Smith '12 counsels high school students in her hometown, Memphis. Read more... Mike Whalen '83 appoints Amanda Belichick '07 as the head coach of women's lacrosse - leaving no doubt that "there is a bright future for the women's lacrosse team at Wesleyan." Read more... The Huffington Post featured several Wesleyan theses by our newest alumni, including "How Disability is Represented in Theater" by Emma MacLean '14. #THISISWHY Read more... Programs like Posse, QuestBridge, Prep for Prep, the Freeman Asian Scholars and A Better Chance help Wes provide access to students from under-served communities and first-generation scholars. Read more... Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) gathered at parties in 13 cities around the world on April 3, to close GOLD Giving Month. Read more... Help a Stowaway on board! Tom Volgenau '08 attempts to spend the summer aboard the 1841 whaleship Charles W. Morgan. Read more... "Still feels like a rare breed - the Wesleyan MBA," says Xiomara Lorenzo, commenting on the transition from Wesleyan into the workforce. Read more... While there are more women in TV than ever, movies continue to leave women out, Katey Rich '06 finds. Read more... The Plan’s Evan Weber ’13 and Matthew Lichtash ’13 will return to campus for Climate Justice Conference of Solutions on April 12. #THISISWHY Read more... Composers Matthew Welch MA'01, Jason Cady MA'01 and Aaron Siegel MA'05 explore "what opera means" through their contemporary-music group Experiments in Opera. #THISISWHY Read more... Dylan Rau ’07 talks about how his band Bear Hands “haven’t figured out a way to exorcise demons yet” in this interview with the Village Voice. Read more... In this interview with Wesconnect, Sylvia Ryerson '09 talks about her radio segment "Calls from Home" and the importance of connecting people in prison with their families. #THISISWHY Read more... Travis Fitzgerald '09 and Josh Pavlacky '08 founded "American Medium," a tech/digital art gallery in Brooklyn. #THISISWHY Read more... Sam Kaplan '07 discusses the excitement of working with food, his mesmerizing patterns and how Wesleyan prepared him for a career in photography - through sculpture. Read more... In this interview with Wesconnect, Marisa Stotter '13 and Patrick Meaney '07 talk about their unexpected collaboration on the documentary "She Makes Comics." #THISISWHY Read more... Baker Woods '09, Sherry Sybertz '10 and Carol Lindsay '68 comment on their experiences as Wesleyan makes the list of Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges, with 12 alumni currently serving. #THISISWHY Read more... Marisa Stotter '13 and Patrick Meaney '07 on Kickstarter: "A documentary film about the untold history of women in comic books, celebrating female creators and fans alike." Deadline: Mar. 7, 2014. Read more... “Seniors of Wesleyan Annual Gift” members Paulette Campo '14, Jimmy Hill '14, Molly Stern '14 join the Wesleyan Fund for a Senior Class Reception on Feb. 27. Learn more… Read more... The on-campus panel will provide an inside look at the epidemic and possible solutions on Feb. 8. Plan ahead Read more... Wesconnect interviews William Herbst, recipient of the 2003 Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching, on his motivations, research and pivotal moments in teaching. Read more... Jessica Weinstein '02, as part of Anonymous Ensemble, will perform in "I Land," a live film "drawn from the lives and imagination" of the audience, through Jan. 31-Feb. 9 in NYC. Read more... Francesca Jones '12, chief marketing officer of Greenway Grameen, talks about the company's work in clean technology in this video. #THISISWHY Read more... This fall, Katherine Kitfield Bascom '10 will be a featured aerialist in "ONE," a groundbreaking project in New York. Read more... Kennedy Odede '12 discusses the psyche of poverty and how to win the war on terror in this op-ed for the New York Times. #THISISWHY Read more... Laurenellen McCann '09 was recognized for her work on public commons advocacy by TIME in its "30 under 30 changing the world" list. #THISISWHY Read more... Dasha Battelle '11 is receiving media attention for her creative use of the messaging app. Read more... In this Q&A with Wesconnect, Joanna Arnow discusses her personal documentary, the private aspects of relationships, and streakers at MoCon. Read more... Guy Geyer Marcus '13 received the APS Apker Award for outstanding undergraduate research. #THISISWHY Read more... Sam Korda ’13 on Facebook: “I’m making a web series with my best friend from high school. We've got just over a week left on our Kickstarter.” Funding deadline: Dec. 4, 2013. Read more... “Sustainable products by people with disabilities. Help us raise money to pay for a work space, hire designers, set up transportation logistics and build our company programs.” Funding deadline: Jan. 3, 2014. Read more... Andrew Bleeker '07 was named a top 50 influencer by Campaigns and Elections, specifically, a "disruptor." #THISISWHY Read more... Amanda Belichick '07 discusses her relationship with her father, team work and lacrosse in this video profile by ESPN's Rick Reilly. #THISISWHY Read more... Zach Schonfeld '13 covers Wal-Mart's food drive for its own struggling workers. Read more... Avery Trufelman ’13 on Kickstarter: Support 99% Invisible, a podcast about design, architecture and the 99% Invisible activity that shapes our world. Funding deadline: Nov. 22, 2013. Read more... In this Q&A with Wesconnect, Max Goldblatt '05 discusses comedic shorthand, absorbing Fosse's style and leaving shoe-prints on the ceiling. #THISISWHY Read more... Josh Margolin ’11, co-creator of Boychicks, launched a new project on Indiegogo: “NEW PARTNER: Web series about a young hotshot cop… who keeps getting his partners killed.” Funding deadline: Dec. 20, 2013. Read more... On Oct. 29, 150 cardinals gathered at the NYU Wagner School for this panel and networking event hosted by WAPPS and the Patricelli Center. Read more... Hanna Ingber '03 helps you master the @BCs of Twitter, in this article that made it to the top of the Times' Most Emailed list. Read more... Ari King '09 on Kickstarter: "A radio show and podcast about tackling college, graduation, and whatever you thought (or hoped) would come next." Funding deadline: Dec. 4, 2013. Read more... The app, created by Michael DeFranco ’10, Eli Bronner ’10 and Jason Krigsfeld ’10, is designed to streamline communication in mobile workforces. Read more... In this interview with Wesconnect, Matt discusses using SNL as a single lens to study the transformations of the past forty years and how time has romanticized the schweddy WestCo cafe for him. #THISISWHY Read more... Evan Weber '13 and Matt Lichtash '13 are working on a plan to solve one of our age's great crises: climate change. Read more... Amanda Belichick '07 never imagined she'd follow her father into the coaching profession. Read more... Jeni Morrison '07 edited and assisted on "How Democracy Works Now," a series premiering at the New York Film Festival this week. Read more... “How the U.S. can help stabilize the climate and create a clean energy future. Elevate the national conversation around climate change and promote real clean energy solutions.” Funding deadline: Nov. 17, 2013. Read more... Max Goldblatt '05 fronts in a band, performing the song by Wire. Read more... On PBS Newshour, Eric Glatt and Lucy Bickerton explain why they brought suit against their former employers. Read more... Kate MacCluggage '04 discusses acting in two plays at once: "La Dispute" and "Macbeth." Read more... The debut directors bring you 'After Tiller,' a film on the last third-trimester abortion doctors in the U.S. #THISISWHY Read more... Jake Levine '08, creator of the app Breakup Text, discusses working in the tech industry with Wesleying. Read more... Spoken-word poet Mike Rosen '11 describes his first-hand experience of 9/11 and the years after. Read more... Jordan Fish on pushing creative boundaries, working through the lean years, and how interesting things get made. #THISISWHY Read more... Zach Schonfeld '13 examines the growing resistance from alumni and corps member in this piece for the Atlantic Wire. Read more... The web series "boychicks" has been selected to compete in the Independent Television and Film Festival. Read more... “Justice by the Pen(JBP) is a movement aimed at activating communities towards self-determination by engaging youth in social justice and community activism.” Funding deadline: Oct. 18, 2013. Read more... Marron ’10 shares his most recent post-grad project, playing the role of Ari in a Kickstarter-funded indie TV show, with Wesleying. Read more Read more... Darl Ferm '12 discusses his band's recent exposure with Wesleying. Read more... The Cinema Blend Editor-in-Chief interviews Patrick Wilson on his role in the new movie Conjuring. Read more... Greg Heller '04 has written the first biography of the design visionary Edmund Bacon. Read more... Raghu Appasani '12 was featured in the Boston Globe for his efforts to promote mental health awareness in India. Read more... Aki Sasamoto '04 will be featured in "Kool-Aid Wino," a group exhibition in Stamford, CT, and will perform at the public reception on Jul 20. #THISISWHY Read more... Kennedy Odede '12 shares his personal connection with Nelson Mandela. #THISISWHY Read more... Toni Craige '09 was awarded the SustainUS Lead Now Fellowship for her work as co-founder of Sustainable Cycles. Read more... Guy discusses Paul traps, antimatter, entangled states and the conference as an equalizer. Read more... “Help us build a food truck that will train, hire and empower young people coming out of jail/prison. Serving delicious food with a side of social justice.” Funding deadline: Jul. 16, 2013. Read more... Max Nussenbaum '12 reflects on his move to Detroit as a Venture for America fellow. Read more... Jo Firestone '09 teams up with her father to co-host "Punderdome," a monthly word-play competition. Read more... Greg Heller '04 discusses Denver and Philly politics after hearing Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper '74 speak. Read more... Brighter Dawns, a nonprofit founded by Tasmiha Khan '12 and others, needs your vote in the Dell Social Innovation Challenge by Apr. 7. Read more... University of Michigan Law graduate Dan Matzkin '06, blind since birth, has been selected for a highly competitive federal clerkship. #THISISWHY Read more... Performer Una Aya Osato '04 discusses "ExHOTic Other," her newest show. Read more... Mike Supple '03 served as moderator at the "Top 2013 Internet Marketing Trends" webinar on February 13th. Read more... Rob Belushi '04 stars on the Spike TV reality program, The Joe Schmo Show airing Tuesday nights. Read more... Editor Steve Sunu '08 has assembled a list of 28 essential episodes of the hit sitcom. Read more... Filmmaker Benh Zeitlin ’04 is scheduled to speak at Louisiana State University in a discussion on native folk culture in Louisiana. Read more... Fashion specialist Annie Shepard '09 partners up with artist Harry Hanson '12 for a photoshoot at the Bronx Zoo. Read more... "For the most part, I found my voice here. I don't think I knew what that was before I got here." Read more... Max Goldblatt '05 directed the music video for singer Guy Fantastico’s song “Floating, Floating, Floating.” Read more... The photographer's work will be shown at the Light Factory Contemporary Museum of Photograph and Film in Charlotte, N.C. Read more... The rapper has released a new mixtape on Greedhead Music, a record label founded by Das Racist's Himanshu Suri '07. Read more... This Valentine's Day video, created by Todd '05 and Adam '05 Stone, knocks romance on its head. Read more... The Editorial Fellow at The Atlantic examines bioethicist Daniel Callahan’s “case for shaming obese people, tastefully.” Read more... The duo known collectively as Bodega Vendetta collaborated coast-to-coast to create their debut mix “Freak Love.” #THISISWHY Read more... Eyal Bar-David ’09 researches whether “racial bias affects how the brain represents information about social groups.” #THISISWHY Read more... Colin Moreshead ’11 explores how the recent victory of Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party may complicate relations between the United States and China. Read more... The COL grad and food blogger reflects on his late grandmother’s love of cookbooks, and what the collection reveals about her life. Read more... Two Wes filmmakers speak with Amy Goodman about the four U.S. doctors who still openly provide third trimester abortions. Read more... Chelsea Clinton reports on the story of Kennedy Odede ’12 and Jessica Posner ’09, and the founding of Shining Hope for Communities. Read more... The founder of Thanda, a South African organization caring for AIDS orphans, is a semifinalist in this year’s Glamour/Sally Hansen contest. Read more... Indie film Beasts of the Southern Wild is up for Best Picture (Gottwald and Janvey producers) and Zeitlin for Best Director. Read more... Tejas Desai ’03 talks about his new novel, The Brotherhood, inspired by “the different ideologies inherent in Hinduism and Buddhism,” and his new publishing/literary venture, The New Wei. Read more... Atlantic writer, Lindsay Abrams ’12 outlines the health benefits that coffee has shown in recent studies. Read more... Siblings and chefs John ’03 and Tamar Adler have recently combined their talent for cooking. Read more... “Wesleyan spirit: this underlying notion that being smart isn’t enough on its own. There needs to be some impact.” Read more... The musician and founder of Greedhead Music reviews the new film Life of Pi for Vice Magazine. #THISISWHY Read more... Beasts of the Southern Wild, directed by Zeitlin ’04 and produced by Janvey ’06 and Gottwald ’06, collects further awards and nominations. Read more... Weiner creates through an elaborate process of making his own oil paint, filming the formation, and photographing the product. Read more... A co-founder of Brighter Dawns who traveled to Bangladesh this summer talks about the importance of international development work. Read more... The youngest president of the League of Women Voters in Asheville-Buncombe County, NC, aims to modernize the group’s operations. Read more... Filmmaker and Film Studies major Nick Singer ’11 is developing his film that began as his senior thesis while at Wesleyan. #THISISWHY Read more... Filmmaker and Film Studies major Nick Singer ’11 is developing his film that began as his senior thesis while at Wesleyan. #THISISWHY Read more... Founder of the Teague Hopkins Group, which focuses on lean product development for startups, Teague Hopkins ’06 profiles the “the holy trinity of startup founders” for the company blog. Read more... After graduating as a philosophy major, Brad Swift ’06 played professional poker and worked as a child and adolescent treatment specialist before his beekeeping hobby led him to lip balm. Read more... Breaking Ground’s Lindsay Clarke ’05, Alex Moore ’05, and Alden Blair ’05 are committed to fostering grassroots action, sustainability and community empowerment in Cameroon, especially among rural women. Read more... Bangladesh’s Channel i featured the nonprofit Brighter Dawns and the work of Tasmiha Khan ’12 and other Wesleyan students. Khan seeks to educate populations in slum communities on health issues. Read more... Chris Correa ’10, founder of Future House Pictures, is another young alumnus on Kickstarter: The Postponed Project is a comedy about recent graduates with aspirations and “comes from a place of honesty.” Read more... Co-directors Martha Shane ’05 and Dan Nuxoll seek what the Wall Street Journal calls “filmmaker’s justice”—unraveling the mysteries surrounding a film-festival con artist in their Kickstarter project. Read more... Performer, Educator, and Writer Una Aya Osato ’04, premieres LOL: The End, a three-person production (with her father and sister), at FRIGID NY Theater Festival in February. Read more... Chi-Hoon Kim ’06, now a PhD student of the anthropology of food, is puzzled by a new Ben and Jerry’s vending machine. Read more... Varispeed actors Dave Ruder '05 and Aliza Simons '09 performed in Robert Ashley's multimedia opera “Perfect Lives,” based on a bank heist, at two-hour intervals throughout NYC. Read more... Fresh out of the Wes film program, Daniel Hymanson ’11 is preparing to begin “This House,” a collaboration with his childhood art teacher, exploring her unusual and “magical” Chicago house. Read more... Jessica Posner ’09 and Kennedy Odede ’12, founders of Kibera School for Girls in Nairobi’s Kibera slum, talk to NBC’s Maria Menounos… Read more...
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Gabriel Gonzalez-Kreisberg ’09 on Twitter: “@wesleyan_u alum sighting on Modern Family. Guillermo is played by Lin Manuel Miranda.”
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