Ray Cannata (’90), “The Man Who Ate New Orleans,” trades his culinary list for blue suede shoes.
Stories Tagged: Class of 1990
December 19, 2013
October 2, 2013
Bentrice Jusu (’13) Trenton, NJ Founder and executive director of Both Hands: The Artlet Her cause: Since 2011, she’s served disadvantaged youth through Both Hands, her nonprofit arts-based mentoring program in Trenton, N.J. Among her awards: Wake Forest’s Schoonmaker Student Prize for Community Service; the Martin Luther King Jr. Building the Dream Award; and the […]
April 17, 2013
Manju Seal (MA ’90) put her high-powered financial career on hold to fight domestic violence.
March 27, 2013
Dave Johnson’s (’90) innovative work as poet-in-residence for the New York City Probation Office is featured in the New York Daily News.
December 5, 2012
Playwright and teacher Dave Johnson (’90) holds an unlikely appointment as Poet-in-Residence for the New York City Probation Office.
November 20, 2012
Amy Bannister White (’90) delivers turkeys on Thanksgiving and hope throughout the year.
September 4, 2012
Alumni sponsor fundraiser to support S.O.P.H. sister’s child with mitochondrial disease.
March 27, 2012
Alumni are renewing their black and gold ties through new alumni clubs 7,000 miles from campus.
October 6, 2011
After eating in every single restaurant in New Orleans, Ray Cannata (’90) knows a thing or two about food — and about the people, culture and music of the Crescent City.
October 5, 2011
A prototype movie poster proclaims: “Never since King Kong such a mighty appetite!” As New Orleanians might ask, “Who dat?” He’s none other than Ray Cannata (’90), perhaps the most unlikely Presbyterian minister you’ll ever meet and the man eating his way through every bistro, café, deli, grill, tavern and joint in New Orleans — all 750 of them. For Ray Cannata, life’s a Mardi Foie Gras.