This is the first full-length interview for the Wesleyan Storytelling Project. Cynthia Rockwell interviewed John and Sarah Holman during Homecoming Weekend 2012. They met at Wesleyan and share some poignant memories from their Wes days including thesis writing, tree hugging, and the night John Lennon was shot.
Some lovely stories from Mike McKenna, Wesleyan class of 1973. I also made this little audio slideshow to go with his interview. Images by Adrian Cooke.
So happy to have had the chance to interview my friend Zanne for the Wesleyan Storytelling Project. She tells a wonderful story about Mel Strauss, director of the Wesleyan Concert Choir.
I was treated to a mini spoken word performance in this latest interview for the Wesleyan Storytelling Project.
This latest piece for the Wesleyan Storytelling Project is a conversation between Sam Paik ’90 and his daughter Ellen, a current student. It was such a pleasure to speak with them both – the full conversation will be posted later this year.
This next Wesleyan Storytelling Project interview is with Jennifer Robinson, class of 2007. Jennifer was a double major in government and studio art (love that combination!) and is the founder of her own interior design firm which she developed at Wes: Revamp Design.
Through a serendipitous series of events, I’ve had the opportunity to produce the Wesleyan Storytelling Project – a pilot podcast that gives Wes alums a chance to share their most memorable college experiences and how those experiences have shaped their lives. This first story is from Bill Wasch, class of 1952.