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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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Ben Gruber is turning silliness into success.    by George Sapio

Not many new college graduates can boast a corner office in New York City’s famed Chrysler Building. But that’s what happened to Ben Gruber ’94, who, just one year after graduating, found himself deep in the heart of the Big Apple working...

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Scenes from my work documenting a program that helps once-reclusive Maasai women.
by Jenny Rizzo ’01

The drive seemed endless in an aging four-wheeler with no windowpanes or seatbelts. The red East African earth formed a gritty coating on my skin and teeth. After three hours our driver slowed to a stop under a tree...

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Retired alumnus continues to make important contributions to the wind band repertoire.
by Julie Waters, M.M. ’91

When band director Gregory B. Rudgers ’70 stumbled across a recording in the stacks of his band room in 1976, he couldn’t have known that it would lead him to make a significant contribution to ...

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