Ithaca College Quarterly
1999/No. 3

Editor
Maura Stephens

Art Director
Terry Marcus

Contributors
Keith Davis
Mike Warwick

Class Notes Writer
Penny Bianconi

Production Supervisor
Peter M. Kilcoyne

Publications Assistant
Tina Thurston

Editorial Intern
Jennifer Reardon ’99

Director of Publications
Marina Bandidos Todd

Cover of the ICQ
Cover: some of the tiles created by the class of 1999 as a symbol of its graduation gift to the College. The tiles will be permanently mounted on a wall in Job Hall this autumn. Photo by George Sapio.

Volume 17, Number 3

Summer 1999

Copyright 1999

Ithaca College Quarterly 1999/No. 3


FEATURES

Cover Story: Composing a Climate of Equality

Maya Angelou tells the class of 1999 that they can change the world..

Maya Angelou




Good Vibrations

Music students help the deaf "hear" music — and learn a lot in the process.



Home to Ithaca

Reunion '99 features music by a class of '79 band, picnics, outings, reminiscing — and blue skies.



 

DEPARTMENTS

Chronicle

Report from the Schools

Sports Scene

Class Note

Last Look

 
 
 
Penny Bianconi, who has been our "Class Notes" writer for the past five years, has become well known to many of our readers — by phone and e-mail and in person — for her cheerful, thoughtful efficiency. Penny has left the Ithqaca College Quarterly to take a job in the College's Gerontology Institute. she has been a delightful colleague and will be sorely missed. We thank her and wish her well in her new position.

 

 

Copyright 1999 Ithaca College Quarterly. All rights reserved. The Ithaca College Quarterly (USPS 695-880) is published four times a year by the Ithaca College Office of College Relations for alumni, parents of currently enrolled students, and staff, faculty, and friends of the College. Address changes: Office of Alumni Relations, Ithaca College, 210 Alumni Hall, Ithaca, NY 14850-7041. Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to Office of College Relations, Ithaca College, 231 Alumni Hall, Ithaca, NY 14850-7044. Periodicals postage paid at Ithaca, New York.

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