Tweet Alumni Blogs Have a blog you'd like to share with fellow alumni? Send the following information to email@example.com to have your blog featured on this page: Your name Class year Name of your blog Blog URL Sentence describing your blog Your headshot *Please note: The views and opinions expressed in these blogs are strictly those of their respective blog owners. David Gilliss Class year: 1980 Blog: Alumni Board President's Blog Blog URL: http://alumniboard.scotblogs.wooster.edu/ I want to share with you what I see and hear when I am on campus, and I want to hear about your many and varied experiences as one of about 21,000 College of Wooster alumni. Amy (Lawrence) Bozza Class year: 1994 Blog: My Real Life Blog URL: http://amysreallife.com My Real Life is a blog about family life, parenting, and just about everything else that goes on in my life! David Kordalski Class year: 1977 Blog: Not-So-Plain Dealer Blog URL: www.notsoplaindealer.tumblr.com The Not-So-Plain features the work, wit and wisdom of The Plain Dealer's photographers, designers, illustrators and graphics artists — the best newspaper visuals team in the state (and one of the best in the country, if the Society for News Design awards are any indicator). Reed Domer-Shank Class year: 2005 Blog: JOURNEYMEN Blog URL - http://thejourneymenblog.blogspot.com JOURNEYMEN began as a tribute blog to our lovable, losing sports teams in Ohio. It's since morphed into a home for commentary on TV, pop culture, and some of my more ridiculous stories (while still touching on sports just enough). After one year we're nearing 10,000 views, and some of our most dedicated readers are Wooster alums! Elizabeth Striegl Class year: 2012 Blog: Succulent Single and Sassy Eats Blog URL: http://ssscookingforone.blogspot.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/#!/SucculentSingleAndSassyEats A cooking/recipe blog especially for those living alone or cooking on a budget Susan Sentevski Class year: 2008 Blog: The Lazy Suzan Blog URL: http://thelazysuzan.com/ Viewing the recipes on this site may result in extreme hunger. Symptoms include drooling on your keyboard and tummy grumbles. There is only one cure: found in each post are the instructions to make the dish that will relieve the symptoms. Lee Joanne Collins (name at Wooster was Lee Joanne Marcus) Class year: 1956 Blog: I Used to Think Blog URL: http://leejoannecollins.blogspot.com I blog about thinking, writing, life and history, especially mid-twentieth century, and introduce my debut novel TOO MUCH LEFT UNSAID.