Stories

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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Glenn Palmieri ’03 hand-crafts a throne for the pope’s visit to New York. by George Sapio

It was April 16, just three days before Pope Benedict was to hold a youth rally in Yonkers. Woodworker Glenn Palmieri ’03 had already spent almost three weeks constructing a seven-foot-high papal throne for the pontiff to occupy at the...

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