Ithaca College Quarterly
Marina Bandidos Todd
Jan Consalvi Lemieux 60
Jim Lemieux 60
Mark Meck 37
Scott Murphy 85
Class Notes Writer
Peter M. Kilcoyne
Photo by William Furniss
'97Volume 15, Number 2
Copyright 1997 Ithaca College Quarterly.
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fall, by the Ithaca College Office of College Relations for alumni,
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Address Changes: Office of Alumni Relations, Ithaca College,
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It is the policy of Ithaca College that discrimination
on the grounds of age, color, disability or handicap, marital
status, national origin, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation
will not exist in any activity, area, or operation of the College.
Two professors join forces to investigate
the notion of national identity, as revealed by the differences
in America's and Japan's wartime propaganda.
Peter Einstein and Peter Dougherty, both Ithaca
grads of the 1970s, have worked to make Europeans want their
MTV as much as Americans do.
What does the future hold for Hong Kong? Three
Ithaca alumni make their predictions
Hong Kong: Another
Faculty and Alumni Books
Breaking Ground and Saying Thanks
Report from the Schools
Business -- Communications
-- HS&HP -- H&S
The Electronic Newsroom
The T. Walter Carlin Years
Winter Sports Review
Alumni Memoirs: Mark Meck '37
Alumni Club Spotlight
Food without Guilt: Heidi Skolnik '83,