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David Muir ’95 fulfills a dream and offers one in return.

If David Muir looks familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen him on TV. The anchor of ABC’s World News Saturday and coanchor of Primetime has also reported for World News with Charles...

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New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof shares horrific stories of the Sudanese genocide to spur response. by Karin Fleming ’09

The photo is of the skeletal remains of a teenage girl. Her hands are still bound at the wrists and twisted behind her back; her body is still crouched in the ditch...

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The new president is scholar, educator, academic administrator, fund-raiser, political scientist — and already a champion of IC.  by Maura Stephens

The first thing you notice about Tom Rochon is his eyes. They’re deep-set, warm, brown, curious, intense. After a few minutes of...

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For the Bombers men’s lacrosse team, it’s about more than just the sport.  
by Khrista Trerotola ’07

Wes Patterson, a gray-haired, tall, and confident member of the Tuscarora Nation — part of New York State’s Iroquois...

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Steve Alpert ’73 creates a glorious painting in tribute to U.S. military personnel. by George Sapio

“The pressure was on,” Steve Alpert says. “This had to be spectacular.” For Steve, who spent 25 years as a television and video producer and director on such shows as 1978’s Marathon Fever (a documentary profiling four...

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