C | “Wise Millennial”
Recognized by Kirkus Review, Readers’ Favorite and the Nonfiction Authors Association, Peter Darrow, Miami (Fla.) ’09, wrote the self-help book “Wise Millennial” after “losing [his] father, business and serious girlfriend, and following a long and difficult journey to discover [his] own ‘sense of self.’” It’s a perfect read for millennials – and those who want to understand them.
D | McLean Pursues Music
A passionate vocalist throughout his undergraduate years, Jibri McLean, Kenyon ’17, jumped into the professional music scene following graduation. Having released two EPs and multiple singles, he performs in night clubs at home in Baltimore, as well as Philadelphia. With songs available on all major platforms, plans are underway to pursue his craft in Nashville, Los Angeles and New York.
E | Deputy Mayor Mayekar
THE BETA THETA PI
Successful entrepreneur Samir Mayekar, Northwestern ’06, was recently named Chicago’s Deputy Mayor for Economic and Neighborhood Development by incoming Mayor Lori Lightfoot. Mayekar is current president of the Northwestern Alumni Association and also serves on his alma mater’s board of trustees.
F | Another Fulbright Scholar
Founding Father and past Student Body President Paul Nolan, NC State ’17, was recently named a 2019 Fulbright Scholar. He will complete his scholarship in Norway.
G | Fab Four (Hundred)
Following his 2005 national community college men’s basketball championship at Paris Junior College, Bill Foy, Indiana ’82, recently claimed his 400th career coaching win with the women’s basketball team at Ranger College, a community college located 90 miles west of Fort Worth.
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