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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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Alex Krasser ’09 stars in an opera about Bill Clinton.

By Lorraine Berry

For Alex Krasser ’09, breathing is at the heart of acting technique. “Everything changes with the breath,” is the advice he learned...

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Presenting . . . Laura Intravia ’09

By Scott Livingston Beemer

Among her fans, Laura Intravia is better known as “Flute Link.” She acquired the nickname in the summer of 2008, before her senior year at IC, while attending Otakon, a large anime,...

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Jeannine Walston ’95 takes an holistic approach to cancer treatment.

By Doug McInnis

The diagnosis included a string of inscrutable scientific terms. But the doctor’s translation was not difficult to grasp: Jeannine...

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John DiLeo ’82 switched from acting to writing about it.

By Barbara Adams

Last March 26, New Orleans and the 25th annual Tennessee Williams Literary Festival celebrated the 100th anniversary of the playwright’s birth. So did acting alumnus John...

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