Tag Archive for 2015

CLASS OF 2015 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Kate Linde just got promoted to digital campaign manager for Teen Vogue. Silvia L. Diaz-Roa worked for a year with the nonprofit DKMS: Delete Blood Cancer to help register people to the bone marrow registry and save lives. Then she started a digital marketing consulting company called DR Digital Studio with her sister and it’s…

CLASS OF 2015 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Andrew Yin is a first year at Cornell Medical School in NYC. He has been trying to stay afloat amidst the loads of work and uses every chance he gets to explore the city or catch a baseball game. Katherine Gibbel started her MFA in poetry at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop this fall. Mackenzie McPike…

CLASS OF 2015 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Mateusz Burgunder now works at Accenture in Switzerland and continues to enjoy making sense of numbers. Adin Vaewsorn is a sexual health counselor, STI tester, and case manager for HIV-positive clients at Boston Children’s Hospital. John Pacheco is operating out of Boston Children’s Hospital as a tiny cog in the enormous machine that is NIH-funded clinical research,…

CLASS OF 2015 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Jenna Starr has officially started her career at Wesleyan University as assistant director for The Wesleyan Fund. Don’t be surprised if she reaches out asking for donations for financial aid! Jenna will continue as class secretary, so please e-mail any submissions to jstarr@wesleyan.edu After spending her last year at Wes vacillating between New York and…

CLASS OF 2015 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Jenna Starr will be serving as the secretary for the class of 2015 notes in the magazine. She writes: “I’m so impressed with everything our fellow classmates have been up to since graduation. If any 2015ers wants to be in the future compilation of notes, please feel free to e-mail me at jstarr@wesleyan.edu.” Oren Finard went biking around Europe…

REX L. BERNSTEIN ’15

REX L. BERNSTEIN, a government major who minored in history at Wesleyan, died Jan. 10, 2015. He was 22 and died peacefully in his sleep. His parents, Karen Close and Steven Bernstein; his sister; his grandparents; and a large extended family, including his aunts, Sarah H. Porter ’86, and Alison B. Bernstein ’87, survive.