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Brava! And thank you for producing the 2008 arts and literary issue, IC(Point of)View!

I have always felt that Ithaca’s excellent arts education and the rich body of work by students and alumni are mostly overlooked in favor of such things as athletics and...

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My husband, Matthew Jenkins ’96, and I have been following the story of the retirement of Dean Arthur Ostrander (ICView 2008/2).

During our time as students in the School of Music, Dean Ostrander was a visible and vital part of everyday life in [what was then] Ford...

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We would love to hear your thoughts about our first arts and literary contest issue. Please let us know what you think! You can comment on individual entries using our new "Comments" feature, or send a letter...

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by Eric Serritella '85

Eric's "Sassy Birch Teapot" is entirely hand carved from stoneware first thrown on the potter’s wheel. It was inspired by a lifelong love of trees and the “big birch we dine under outdoors all summer long.”

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by Fran Markover '71

 

In Gabon, when the grandmothers speak, the president listens. . . .
     —Bernadette Rebienot, Bwiti elder, grandmother of 23

In the Black Hills, on the back page of the Nation
The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
gathers from each direction of grief...

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