Evan Wilt

Saying goodbye to Sports Editor Evan Wilt

The Geneva Cabinet congratulates Sports Editor Evan Wilt on graduating from Geneva College.

Although the entire Cabinet staff will miss Evan’s presence on the team, we look forward to seeing him succeed in this new chapter of his life.

In January, Evan is moving to Washington D.C., where he will be assigned various stories through his internship with World magazine for two months.

“I’m not exactly sure what I will be doing in that time, but they have already sent me assignments,” he said. “I’m going to be covering the March for Life and will do a story on global Christian persecution and which country is [affected] the worst.”

After his two-month internship, Evan isn’t sure what’s next for him. He hopes “to get a full time job … and stay in D.C., because I love it there.”

But Evan is just following God’s lead in this next year. “I’m excited to see what God has in store for me and the many new opportunities to be had in the coming year,” he said.

The Cabinet staff would like to thank Evan for making The Cabinet a success this semester, especially regarding our sports section. His commendable work ethic, positivity and undeniable journalistic talent will take him far, and The Cabinet has been honored to have him on the team the last two years.

Good luck, Evan! We wish you all the best.

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    Hi Dani,
    This is a great article about Evan, As a follow up, he was hired by World Magazine Feb.29,2016.
    Evan has had some remarkable opportunities from interviewing Marco Rubio, chatting with James Dobson and being in the oval chamber for Obama’s last State of the Union address. At the end of the day, instead of going home to an empty apt. he goes home to a house of nine guys, all
    are Christians. So, the Lord has truly blessed him with a job he loves and a godly living environment.
    Thank you,
    Barbara Wilt (Evan’s mom)

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