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The restless genius of Clay Enos ’91.

By Judith Pratt

Clay Enos describes himself as an itinerant polymath and artist. He sells organic coffee, promotes locally grown organic food,...

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Losing her job turned out to be a good thing for Ebony Blue ’07. 

By Brenna Fitzgerald

Sometimes, getting your dream...

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The handmade magic of Ted Enik ’75.

By Rena Grossman

Entering illustrator Ted Enik’s Upper East Side apartment is like diving headfirst into the pages of an elaborate children’s adventure story, ripe with twists and...

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Dennis Fitch ’70 acquired mindfulness the hard way. 

By Doug McInnis

By the time he was...

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By Kate Larrabee

Some Ithaca College grads follow the straight and narrow path from college to career. Others, like Greg Silverman, find themselves on a more circuitous route.

As an Ithaca student, Silverman studied anthropology and politics. He then went on to graduate school at the...

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