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Maura Stephens

Art Director
Carol Goodling

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Lorraine Berry
Christi Cox
Bonny Georgia Griffith 92
Bridget Meeds 91
Jay Wrolstad

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Jennifer Chandler 03
Klenda Martinez 04

Editorial Correspondent
Robin Fostel

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Jill Ahart

Class Notes Writer
Hope Dodge

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Leslie Fazio 04

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Peter M. Kilcoyne

Executive Director of Marketing Communications
Tom Torello 87

Volume 21, Number 3
Summer 2003; October 10, 2003

Cover photograph by Cascadilla Photography. Some items courtesy of 10,000 Villages in Ithaca

 FEATURES
COVER STORIES
Back from the Peace Corps

IC faculty, staff, and alumni who worked as volunteers in developing nations agree that their lives have been forever changed by the experience -- for the better.
China Connection
Dissident poet Yi Ping becomes the first resident writer in Ithaca City of Asylum.
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Fun and Friends,
Sport and Song

Alumni Weekend 2003: A photo album
"Peace Pops" and Politics
Commencement speakers Ben & Jerry dish up ice cream and commentary.
DEPARTMENTS
President's Corner
Letters
Chronicle
Report from the Schools
Business - Communications - HSHP - H&S - Interdisciplinary & International Studies - Music
Class Notes Highlights
Top of the Line
-- Stew Leonard Jr. '77
Renaissance Man
-- David Latulippe '86
Alumnus Takes the Derby
-- Jackson Knowlton '69
Spreading the Word -- Jason Reese '95 and other alumni volunteers
Volume 21, Number 3 -- Summer 2003
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