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How Doug Levine '98, M.B.A. '04, continues to improve an Ithaca landmark.

By Robin Roger

This June, Fiona Apple will kick off her worldwide tour at the State Theatre in Ithaca. But a mere 15 years ago, the theater was nearly demolished.

Condemned by the city, the building's plaster was cracking, the roof was leaking, and the electrical wiring was a...

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Dan Cohen '76 makes a film about the enduring power of diversity.

By Christine Loman ’12

Dan Cohen ’76 was a journalist for 25 years, but he left an NBC station in Washington, D.C., 12 years ago to start his own film production company. Now his move is paying off. He directed and produced An Article of Hope, which garnered awards at the L.A. Jewish...

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A look at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the alumna who makes it fly

Editors note: Amy Kule '87 delivered the 2012 Ithaca College Commencement address on May 20, 2012. Watch the webcast of the ceremony by visiting ithaca.edu/commencement/cablecast.

By Robin Roger

In a...

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Everything is music to Bora Yoon ’02.

By Scott Livingston Beemer

For Bora Yoon ’02, music is everywhere, from the honk of a car horn to the whisper of a Bible page.

“Everything comes to me in pitches,” she says. “So that means everything can be music. It’s within the cracks that I find...

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Zach Adelman ’96 works to keep the tiny pests from spreading deadly diseases. 

By Doug McInnis

Scientists have sent astronauts to the moon and built artificial hearts, but they have never been able to rein in the lowly mosquito, delivery agent for some of the deadliest viruses on earth. Now Zach Adelman ’96 and his research...

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