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Tony Prudence ’89 shows that ecology-minded companies can do a booming business.  by George Sapio

Tony Prudence is passionate; his eyes light up and his voice rises when he talks about his work. That work is bringing...

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A “who’s who” of music alumni celebrate the jazz master on his retirement.  By Greg Ryan ’08

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College hosts festival for alternative playing. By Mbeti Hyess

In June the College hosted the 14th annual New Directions Cello Festival, a “forum for the exchange of music and ideas in the field of nonclassical and alternative cello,” as festival director Chris White ’87 puts it. He and assistant director Sera Smolen ’77, M.S. ’86, brought nearly...

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If you weren’t there, you missed hearing Tony DeSare sing, watching nonagenarian Vergiu Cornea glow, and witnessing long-lost brothers and sisters reunite.

Among the more than 800 alumni and guests who came to Alumni Weekend 2008 were nearly two dozen theater arts grads who came to honor retired professor Vergiu Cornea,...

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IC is the first U.S. college or university to be represented at the UN Climate Change Conference. by Greg Ryan ’08

Most U.S. Americans who attended the 2007 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bali felt a little heat from their foreign colleagues. The U.S. delegation to the conference had refused to accept the framework the other...

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