Ariyana Smith ’16 continues to receive international attention for her pioneering efforts as a student-athlete activist. She was recently profiled as part of a history of protests among athletes by BBC Sports.
Eric Langston ’07 has been cited as “One to Watch” in the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers in America. He works as an associate at Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He was also recently honored as one of the Corridor Business Journal’s Forty Under 40. He’ll be honored during a live awards ceremony on October 15.
Jay Matson ’65 recently published a book of his poems, entitled Carved on Trees. At least two of the poems appeared in print recently in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Steve Baylor ’65 shared news of a couple of recent publications. Charlemagne, The Story of a French Cat was written by his mother, Elisabeth Baylor, a former member of Knox’s Department of Modern Languages, and published posthumously by Steve and brothers Denis Baylor ’61 and Michael Baylor ’64. It is a children’s book that includes more than 20 original illustrations she also created. Steve himself has written Computational Cell Physiology, which presents classical and modern topics in cell physiology with experiments that also introduce students to the programming language Python.
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