Category Archives: For Alumni

NHPR Newscast Producer/Reporter Michael Brindley ’03

Those of you within the NHPR (New Hampshire Public Radio) listening area are familiar with the voice of reporter Michael Brindley ’03. During the decade since graduation, Brindley worked for several newspapers in the Granite State, but in 2012, he made the switch to broadcast journalism, still motivated by the infectious enthusiasm he shared with … Read More »

Wanted: Alumni Awards Nominations

There are a few weeks left for you to submit nominations for the KSC Alumni Association Awards.  The Alumni Association Awards committee is seeking nominations to recognize individuals and organizations that have shown outstanding achievement and/or service to the College and Alumni Association. The awards will be presented at Reunion this coming June. Please think … Read More »

Ernie Hebert ’69 Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Novelist and Dartmouth Professor of English Ernest Hebert ’69 received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the New Hampshire Writers’ Project on Saturday, March 22, at the group’s Writers’ Day Conference. “I was very proud to receive the lifetime achievement award for the obvious reason that, like most people, it feels good to be acknowledged for … Read More »

Molly Brewer ’11 Recognized as Promising Practitioner

Molly Brewer ’11’s excellence in her classroom has earned her the New England League of Middle Schools’ designation as a Promising Practitioner. Brewer, who teaches Spanish at the Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro, Me. will be honored at the Leagues’ 33rd Annual Conference in Providence, R.I., March 31–April 1. This annual award is based on … Read More »

Douglas Glennon ’98 Recognized in the Union Leader’s “40 under 40” List

Douglas Glennon ’98, who runs a software consulting business out of his home in Barrington, NH, selects a nonprofit organization each year that he helps and offers free assistance or IT support at a discounted rate. He was recently chosen for the Union Leader’s “40 under 40” award, which recognizes 40 New Hampshire citizens under … Read More »

Jennifer Dunnington ’93 Joins the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Motion Picture Music Editor Jennifer Dunnington ’93 was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ class of 2013, honoring her for the work she’s produced during her career. The Academy welcomed 276 members, including Jennifer Lopez, Lucy Liu, Jason Bateman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Pena, and Chris Tucker. “I am thrilled to … Read More »

Molly Jae Chase ’10, Swing Dresser on Broadway

What’s a swing dresser? It’s a stagehand who maintains the quality of the costumes worn in a theatrical performance, each time it’s performed. Dressers are responsible for assisting cast members with backstage costume changes, when necessary, and they often assist with quick costume changes. As a swing dresser with The Book of Mormon on Broadway, … Read More »

Three English Majors Living and Honing their Craft

Three recent English grads—Adam Hogue ’11, Hillary Bailey ’13, and Dylan Freni ’13—are out in the big world, using the skills they learned at KSC and living interesting lives. Adam Hogue ’11 Adam Hogue is currently living and working in Providence, RI, and is a contributing writer for PolicyMic. Prior to coming back Stateside, he … Read More »

Christina Bourbeau ’10 Awarded AT Fellowship in Colorado

Talk about upward trajectory! After Christina Bourbeau ’10 earned a degree in Athletic Training from KSC, she headed to the University of Hawaii to pursue a master’s degree in the discipline. Then she worked for a year in southern California as an athletic trainer and was selected for a prestigious and competitive Sports Medicine Athletic … Read More »

Phillip Rumrill ’89 Co-authors The Sandwich Generation’s Guide to Eldercare

Members of the KSC community and of the “sandwich generation”—those struggling to care for their elderly loved ones while raising their own children—will find help in The Sandwich Generation’s Guide to Eldercare: Concrete Advice to Simultaneously Care for Your Kids and Your Parents, co-authored by Phillip D. Rumrill ’89 PhD, CRC. Dr. Rumrill, recipient of … Read More »