Ithaca College Quarterlly, 2002/3           
ONLINE SPECIAL

An Interview with Writer / Director / Producer Bill D’Elia '69

Editor
Maura Stephens

Design Director
Robert J. George, R&R Creative

Contributors
Renée Gearhart Levy
Mike Warwick
Julie Waters, M.M. ’91


Production Supervisor
Peter M. Kilcoyne


Class Notes Writer
Robin Fostel

Publications Assistants
Jill Ahart
Tina Thurston

Director of College Relations
Marina Bandidos Todd


Cover photograph by Tom A. Mike

 FEATURES

A Passion for Silver
Anthropology professor Joel Savishinsky brings new understanding to an important stage of life.

COVER STORY    Commencement 2002
the Newest alumni hear James Earl Jones' counsel to seize responsibility and follow their dreams.
Commencement photos

A Weekend to Remember
Gavin MacLeod '52 and his classmates celebrate 50, while alumni from all years come back for a great big party at Alumni Weekend '02.
Alumni Weekend photos

 DEPARTMENTS

President's Corner --    Title IX: Progress?
 

Chronicle
 

Report from the Schools
    BusinessCommunicationsHS&HP
    H&SMusic

 

Sports Scene
    We Try Harder --- Athletics program finishes
    second in the Sears Directors' Cup

 
Class Notes
Highlights:
A Gift for Giving -- Lois Moses Shofer '67
Nasty Movie -- Paul Shields '77
Musical Riches -- Alex Perialas '80 and Amy Glicklich '96
Fingerprinting America -- Mike Mackey '00


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Volume 20, Number 3
Summer 2002

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