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Larry Hoppen ’71 brings his classic band Orleans to the Ithaca Festival.  by Mbeti Hyess

You don’t have to be a boomer to love the songs “Dance with Me” and “Still the One.” They’ve become standards of American popular music. And when you listen to the original versions of each (not one of the numerous copies or commercial...

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Physical therapist Michael Tabasko ’00, M.S. ’01, spends a month each year volunteering abroad.  by Greg Ryan '08

Michael Tabasko ’00, M.S. ’01, never imagined he’d see someone so happy to be given a prosthetic leg. The recipient of the appendage, a Vietnamese man in his late 60s, had had his leg blown off by a land mine years earlier, and...

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Exercise science and sports led to a law career for Holly Mosher ’98.             by Anne Ryan

A major in exercise science and minor in sport studies might not seem like the best preparation for a career in law, but you wouldn’t know it from watching Holly Mosher ’98 on the job. The onetime...

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Alysia Tromblay ’83 helps people “wake up” their whole selves. by Greg Ryan '08

It’s not often that a job perfectly mirrors a person’s passions. It’s even less often that it empowers someone to live out her most deeply held beliefs.

Alysia Tromblay ’83 is one of the fortunate few: she makes a living doing both what she loves...

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Global Frederick Startup '56 is "sort of like Santa Claus" to kids in South and Central America and Africa.  by Greg Ryan '08

Frederick Startup ’56 didn’t want to leave, and Ruddy Acebo, the eight-year-old girl clinging to his leg, didn’t want him to leave, either. She, her parents, and Frederick had just enjoyed an afternoon of sightseeing,...

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