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Crutches didn’t slow down pro baseball player Dave Clark ’74.     By Doug McInnis

When Dave Clark joined Little League in 1960, he brought along everything he needed to play with — his ball, his glove, and...

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Ajamu Brown ’99 sows seeds of change in Brooklyn.     By Lorraine Berry

In the mid-1970s, New York City faced bankruptcy. When the federal...

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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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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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