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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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Recent grad takes top honors in the annual competition.

Music-anthropology double degree holder Travis Knapp ’07 won first place and a $10,000 scholarship for his song “Before You Go” in the BMI...

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Do teachers have a role when it comes to saving the planet? By Susan Allen-Gil

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