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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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‘‘Back stateside, we were just worker bees,” Chris Remillard told IC students in April. “Anything involved with running a clinic here, I’m in charge of. I’m it. I am the PT, OT, dietician, chiropractor, and ortho. Makes life a little interesting.”...

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Politicians and journalists don’t often make the most cordial of colleagues, but veteran international correspondent Christiane Amanpour and her husband, James P. Rubin, who was chief spokesman for the U.S. Department of State from 1997 to 2000, carried off a fine collaboration as this year’s Park Distinguished Visitors. In their lecture, “ and the World,” they used their...

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Multiple Grammy-winning visiting composer shares wisdom with students. By Greg Ryan '08

The lecture Joan Tower gave during her February visit to campus was a...

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