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Gooey butter cake and more

Ryan Nusbickel (’96) leaves TV career behind to write children’s books.

Dr. Frankenstein

It’s alive! A puppet horror show

Craig Joseph’s (’97) scary creation: You’ve never seen Frankenstein like this.


‘Teachers’ brings books — and baggage

Kate Lambert (’03) stars in a TV Land pilot about “Teachers” who carry books and a lot of baggage.

101 Things We Love About Wake Forest: No. 85 - Rolling the Quad

No. 76 – No. 101

 DESSERT FOR A DEAC Leavening legend. Tailgate treasure. What would any pregame party be without Deacon Crunch cookies, mouth-watering morsels chock-full of oatmeal, corn flakes, and chocolate chips created by hostess extraordinaire Marybeth Sutton Wallace (’86)? Does anyone doubt she’s the Martha Stewart of Wake Forest? THE BIEDERMAN CONNECTION Around Hearn Plaza have you noticed […]


Sona Tatoyan (’00): Passion and bravery

Producer and actress Sona Tatoyan (’00) is tackling one of the darkest periods in world history for her next film.

(Photo by Steven Gianakouros)

Dave Johnson (’90): Poetry for probation

Playwright and teacher Dave Johnson (’90) holds an unlikely appointment as Poet-in-Residence for the New York City Probation Office.

Errin Fulp

Creative People

Challenge: Protect computer networks from cyberattacks Solution: Mimic nature to deploy “digital ants” to seek out threats and alert human security experts Co-researchers: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and students, including Michael Crouse (’10, MS ’12), named one of the nation’s top new inventors in 2011 by Inventors Digest magazine “We looked at multiple types of […]

Curt Beech says a liberal arts education prepared him for divergent paths.

Curt Beech (’94) takes film from page to stage in ‘Lincoln’

In the film industry, ‘limitations breed creativity,’ says art director Curt Beech (’94).

John and Barbara Ann Land Brock today

The Brocks: a lifelong romance with theatre, each other

For John and Barbara Ann Land Brock, love blossomed in the theatre.

'All our props are made of foam core and colored with magic markers,' says Megan Cramer.

Curtain up: Actress Megan Cramer plays role of a lifetime

Megan Cramer (’99) and the 52nd Street Project help inner-city youth express themselves through theatre.