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Class of 2013

    • 06/28/2018

      Danial Afzal BA ’13 has directed two documentaries: The Survivor, which focuses on the 2014 massacre at the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan, and Am I Worthless? which addresses child laborers. He is currently working on another short film, titled Blue, based on child sexual abuse and the dark web. The Survivor has been shown at 10 international film festivals and has won three awards. Afzal anchors a national news channel in Pakistan and recently acted in a Coca-Cola commercial.

    • 06/21/2017

      Danial Afzal BA ’13 directed an award-winning short documentary called The Survivor. The film follows Muneeb Khan, a survivor of the December 2014 massacre at the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan, by the Taliban. Khan’s brother, Shaheer, was killed, along with more than 140 others, and the film deals with the grief and trauma of that event in the lives of Khan and his family. The film has been recognized at FiLUMS Festival as the Best Concept Documentary, and it premiered at the Ismailia Film Festival.

    • 10/11/2017

      Joshua Dunham BA ’13 of Acoustic Distinctions was the lead acoustic consultant and project manager–in conjunction with principal-in-charge David Kahn–who designed the acoustics for the new music department addition at the Weitz Center for Creativity at Carleton College, in collaboration with HGA Architects. The building was completed in August 2017, and students and faculty have since moved in. Dunham and his family attended the opening Faculty Gala Concert on September 16, 2017.

    • 06/28/2018

      Clare Eisenberg BA ’13 lives in Minneapolis, where she works in the nonprofit field with a focus on education and out-of-school-time programming. She recently completed her MEd in youth development leadership. Eisenberg is active in Fourth Generation, a young professionals’ philanthropy group, and served on its board for two years.

    • 09/18/2017

      Gianluca Giarrizzo BA ’13, a sculptor, painter, and illustrator, had his work featured at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph, Oregon, in summer 2017. See more of his work at

    • 12/06/2017

      Emmanuel Habimana AES ’13, a filmmaker and survivor of the Rwandan genocide, was interviewed by the Berkeley City College Voice on his his past; his work; and his thoughts on trauma, storytelling, and resilience.

    • 03/21/2018

      Julia Huggins BA ’13, along with Sarah Clement BA ’14, Micah Leinbach BA ’14, and Sarra Wynn BA ’14, have launched a nonprofit organization called The BOAT (Bus for Outdoor Access and Teaching). Following a successful Indiegogo campaign, they plan to purchase and retrofit a bus with storage space, solar panels, and all manner of amenities, essentially creating a mobile classroom. The goal is to offer cheaper-than-average opportunities for youth education in the outdoors. For more information, see

    • 04/10/2018

      To Eline Leemans Lenne BA ’13 and Richie LeDonne Lenne BA ’11, baby Nico Rye, January 27, 2018.

    • 06/28/2018

      Alexa Moore BA ’13 served as a Peace Corps rural education development volunteer in southern Zambia. Currently, she lives with her partner and an adorable pup in Detroit, where she works as an equal opportunity investigator for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

    • 07/10/2018

      Angélica Pulido-Westlake BA ’13 has enjoyed a fulfilling career in the nonprofit sector, developing and delivering education programs for organizations like the Native American Youth & Family Center and Adelante Mujeres in the Pacific Northwest. She has also had the great pleasure of marrying her partner of seven years, father to their sweet 2-year-old boy and baby girl expected in June 2018.

    • 02/15/2017

      Matthew Rugamba BA ’13 was recently featured on CNN’s African Voices. He is founder and creative director of House of Tayo, a clothing brand that incorporates distinct African style and flavor into contemporary and locally made clothing and accessories.

    • 06/28/2018

      Dominique Shannon BA ’13 is currently the case manager for a family law legal services program, working with low-income domestic violence survivors who want to protect their children but cannot afford an attorney. While in college, Shannon began working with low-income community members who are trying to access legal services, and she continues that work now, by centering and amplifying the voices of marginalized communities. She also volunteers with the ACLU of Washington and DAWN, a domestic violence agency based in South King County, Washington.

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