Arts & Culture / Mosaic / April 24, 2014

Knox to be represented on primetime television

Caitlin Muelder ‘96 (Courtesy of http://caitlinmuelder.com/photos.html)

Caitlin Muelder ‘96 (Courtesy of http://caitlinmuelder.com/photos.html)

Caitlin Muelder ’96, best known for her one-woman show as Amelia Earhart, will be participating in a sketch for the Jimmy Kimmel Show Thursday at 10:35 p.m. central time.

Currently living in Los Angeles, this show is not a big travel for Muelder, who declares herself “the love child of Tilda Swinton and Tina Fey.” Muelder has been on television and performed in live theater before but this will be her first appearance on live television.

Muelder came into success from her beginnings as a three-generation Knox College legacy. Her parents are Laurie and Owen Muelder ’63 — the latter a recipient of a 2014 Alumni Achievement Award. Muelder was recognized with a Young Alumni Achievement Award in 2006.

Camille Brown
Camille Brown is a junior majoring in English literature and double minoring in educational policy and journalism. Previously, she served as editor-in-chief of her high school paper and a reporter for TKS. She spent the summer of 2012 freelancing for The Peninsula Gateway and is currently pursuing an independent study concerning the media’s influence on education.

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Camille Brown
Camille Brown is a junior majoring in English literature and double minoring in educational policy and journalism. Previously, she served as editor-in-chief of her high school paper and a reporter for TKS. She spent the summer of 2012 freelancing for The Peninsula Gateway and is currently pursuing an independent study concerning the media’s influence on education.




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