Alumni Profiles Archive:

Alumnus Makes a Gift; Student Researchers Present Their Work

Published: November 2013
Alumnus Makes a Gift; Student Researchers Present Their Work

Alumnus Supports Westmont Demetri Argyropoulos ’99 presented President Gayle D. Beebe with a $25,000 gift toward projects at Westmont. Founder and CEO of Prima Worldwide, he helps negotiate and close business deals between international parties. He has originated, co-founded,... Read More

Reliving Westmont

Published: November 2013
Reliving Westmont

Hundreds of alumni arrived on campus Oct. 4-5 to reunite with their classmates and their college. They reconnected with friends and professors and remembered their days as students. Visiting classes on Friday helped them relive their learning. Attending chapel... Read More

Remarkable Alumni Honored at Homecoming 2013

Published: November 2013
Remarkable Alumni Honored at Homecoming 2013

Alumnus of the Year: Robin Wainwright ’64 I was shocked to hear about this award, and I can assure you that many of my classmates were also shocked. I didn’t grow up in the church. In the spring of... Read More

101 Secrets for Your Twenties

Published: November 2013
101 Secrets for Your Twenties

by Paul Angone; an excerpt from his book “101 Secrets for Your Twenties” An A- student in college. The editor in chief of the university newspaper. Peter had big plans as he crossed the graduation stage—to be a journalist,... Read More

A Lifetime of Promoting Peace and Building Up Others

Published: November 2013
A Lifetime of Promoting Peace and Building Up Others

Most entrepreneurs establish businesses. Robin Wainwright ’64 develops ministries. George Blount, the late Westmont physics professor, once gave him a word from the Lord. “You start things, that’s what you do,” Blount said. “As I have gone through life,... Read More

Testing Radiation Treatments for Cancer

Published: November 2013
Testing Radiation Treatments for Cancer

A specialist in the narrow field of radiation oncology, David Bush ’86 treats cancer patients from around the country. He works as a physician and professor at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, Calif., which has pioneered... Read More

Tracking Tornados with Technology

Published: November 2013
Tracking Tornados with Technology

Watching weather radar from afar, Paul Schlatter ’99 realized Moore, Okla., faced a devastating tornado last May. A severe weather expert with the National Weather Service (NWS), he lived near Moore for 12 years and witnessed the damage a... Read More

Photographing Brides and Ball Games

Published: November 2013
Photographing Brides and Ball Games

At a wedding, Chris Humphreys ’04 photographs a bride, capturing the rhinestones on her shoes, the lace in her veil and the blooms of her bouquet. The same week, he sets up on the sidelines of a Broncos game,... Read More

Taking Computers into Classrooms

Published: November 2013
Taking Computers into Classrooms

Annie Evans ’07 seeks ways to use technology and education to help people. After earning a degree in computer science, she taught high school for several years and then joined two education software companies. Through her work as an... Read More

Joining the Farm-to-Fork Movement

Published: November 2013
Joining the Farm-to-Fork Movement

Living and raising children in the country appealed to Rachel Kasa ’00. “But I was a little naive about what it took to be a farmer’s wife,” she says. Since 2009, when she started Casa Rosa Farms in Fresno... Read More