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What can you do with an IC English degree? Become a chef, of course. What if your degree is in theater arts management? You can start an organic food business. If you majored in television-radio? Find work as a cook on a National Science Foundation research ship.

Sixteen students left South...

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Octogenarians Joyce ’50 and Quenten Doolittle ’50 are one dynamic duo.

By Judith Pratt

Quenten Doolittle ’50 and Joyce Donahue ’50 met in 1947, when Ithaca College was still in downtown Ithaca. “We met in a...

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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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