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Photographer-artist Chris Jordan puts a graphic face on waste. by Greg Ryan ’08

From six or seven feet away, the image appears to be a bountiful forest, abundant with slim, striated trees. Move a few feet closer, though, and you’ll realize the trees are actually enormous stacks of the 1.14 million supermarket paper bags...

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David Fleisher '91, who majored in finance in the IC School of Business, is executive vice president and chief operating officer at Firstrust Financial Resources, LLC, in Philadelphia, and an acknowledged expert in financial matters. He was recently interviewed on CNBC's program Squawk on the Street about the stock markets, discussing what he calls "credit,...

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Five cinema and photography majors took home the Audience Choice Award at the Lake Placid Film Forum's Sleepless in Lake Placid 24-hour film contest this summer.

Greg Dunbar '10, Casey Dwyer '10, Andrew Kalicki '10, Ayshea Khan '11, and Michael Sutter '11 were required to conceptualize, cast, write, shoot, edit, score, and distribute a...

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Your 2007/3 issue (“For Love of Crew” cover) was excellent, with great features.

My attention was captured especially by the piece about Tom Everett ’66, M.S. ’69.  Tom was the high school instrumental music teacher for  Batavia...

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Before George Curley ’49 went to New York City to act in The Fantasticks, he starred in Rumpelstiltskin on tour with the Packit Players, formed by [the late] Margaret Itter ’42. We played children’s tales in schools in the eastern United States with compact sets designed by George...

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