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Tom Everett is grateful for his life in music — as are his listeners.    by Kathryn Good-Schiff

Tom Everett feels about his job the way everybody wants to feel about theirs: “I do what I love to do,” he says. As Harvard University’s director of bands since 1971 and founder of its jazz...

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The dancer-actor now helps set bodies straight.     by Jeff Candura ’01

Katie Adams likes to think of herself as a bit of a detective. But instead of hunting down criminals, she hunts down pain. Katie is the owner and founder of 360 Neuro Muscular Therapy (360 NMT) in Needham, Massachusetts. NMT is...

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Supporting the next generation of health care leaders. by Kate Larrabee

Some people change careers often, and some know early on the direction they want their career to take. Jack Dembow is among the latter group. Following his graduation from Ithaca College with a degree in health services administration, Dembow was hired as an...

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U.S. international trade court judge Eaton and his wife, a museum director, invest in the future of business.  by Kate Larrabee

It wasn’t hard to like attending Ithaca College in the late 1960s,” says Richard Eaton ’70, a judge on the U.S. Court of International Trade. “The campus was new, and the ...

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In a field dominated by men, this sports journalist is a role model for young women.   by Jeff Candura ’01

Marcia Neville’s love affair with sports began simply, sitting on the couch as a child watching teams battle it out on television. It wasn’t her father who cheered on the team with her and taught...

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