Braden Storer (’15), “Colorado Cowboy Is NWU’s ‘American Idol’”

Braden is a communication major and journalism minor from Mullen, Neb., with goals of working in television or radio broadcasting. Braden was recently hired as the editor-in-chief of Nebraska Wesleyan’s student newspaper, The Reveille, and is also involved in the founding of the university’s new student radio station, “The Pack.” He ran track for the Prairie Wolves his freshman year and performed in the university theatre productions, “Enron” and “A Christmas Carol.”

Cindy Lange-Kubick, “A Cancer Doctor’s Journey to Vietnam”

Cindy has been a reporter and columnist at the Lincoln Journal Star since 1994. She is a lifelong Lincoln resident who loves her hometown and writing about the people and places that make it unique.



  Amy Satterfield (’83), “On the Dedication of Dad’s Reading Nook”

Amy lives in Fort Collins, Colo., where she used to teach journalism at Colorado State University. When she broke it to her husband that she wanted to quit her stable job to start a one-of-a-kind furniture store, his response was, “I know where you can open it.” Today, Wadoo in Fort Collins sells original, handcrafted and U.S.-made furniture, jewelry, ceramics, clothing, accessories and gifts. She also continues to write occasional columns for newspapers and magazines, and is working with an editor and agent in hopes of publishing her first novel.

Read about the campus memorial NWU dedicated to Amy’s father, Professor Emeritus of English Leon Satterfield.