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Alumni Profiles



A sociologist reflects on his Harlem roots.

By Julian Euell

We get stuck on our paths when we are unable to reimagine our lives different than they are right now. I was 11 years old when everything changed.

My uncle...

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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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Anthropologist Melendy Krantz ’09 unveils a social revolution among Muslim women in Bangladesh.

By Lorraine Berry

How does a young woman who grew up in Vermont wind up in a coffee house 7,800 miles away, asking other young women about their social and sexual...

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