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July 12, 1999 Volume 21, No. 17

Faculty Member's Documentary on PBS

A documentary on school prayer, written and coproduced by associate professor of television-radio Ben Crane, will be part of the P.O.V. series broadcast this month

Ben Crane
Crane
Impeachment Colloquium

Attorney for Monica Lewinsky Nathaniel Speights and an IC alumnus who served frequently as a commentator will take part July 19 in a colloquium on "Constitutional Law: The Impeachment Trial of William Jefferson Clinton."

Nathaniel Speights (left) with William Ginsburg
Speights and Ginsburg
McGreevey Named Executive Assistant to President

The former director for special programs and interim director of alumni relations will take on his new responsibilities in mid-July.

Michael McGreevey
McGreevey
New Alumni Association Board Members, Officers

Three officers and eight members of the Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors began their elected terms a the annual meeting.

New Development Director Named

The College has announced the appointment of Cassandra George as execturive director of development.

Cassandra George
George
Staff Members Create Safety Primer

Made possible by a $50,000 New York State grant, the manual for custodians addresses the probllem of how institutions can deal with complicated safety regulations in light of a wide range of reading abilities among employees.

Proper lifting technique
Alumni Association Honors Three

The ICAA paid tribute to a former longtime faculty member and two accomplished graduates during Reunion weekend.

"Skip" Landen
Landen
Women's Basketball Coach Named

Jennifer Kroll was recently named head women's basketball coach, succeeding Christine Pritchard, who resigned after 14 seasons.

Jennifer Kroll
Kroll
Interim Appointments in Intercollegiate Athletics

Kristen Ford has been appointed interim director of the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and Michael Lindberg has been appointed for a second year as interim associate director.

 
Statewide Program Brings Budding Artists to Campus

The School of Media Arts brings 55 students in grades 8 to 12 to campus for a month of learning in video, film, photography, and computer art.

Students in the media arts program
Kudos


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