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An unexpected assignment was a life-changer for veteran broadcaster Jack Holcomb ’56.

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Teeny Lamothe ’07 is traveling the country to find her piece of the proverbial pie.

By Gary E. Frank

Teeny Lamothe ’07 talks about pie making the way artists talk about painting or sculpture; the finished work is the name of the...

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John Bowler ’85 helps inventors take their creations to the next level on Mad Scientists.

By Doug McInnis

John Bowler ’85 was building custom cabinets in Saratoga, New York, until one fall day in 2010, when his cell phone rang on the way to the local home improvement store. It was Silent Crow Arts, a film production company headed by Matt Bennett...

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How Doug Levine '98, M.B.A. '04, continues to improve an Ithaca landmark.

By Robin Roger

This June, Fiona Apple will kick off her worldwide tour at the State Theatre in Ithaca. But a mere 15 years ago, the theater was nearly demolished.

Condemned by the city, the building's plaster was cracking, the roof was leaking, and the electrical wiring was a...

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Dan Cohen '76 makes a film about the enduring power of diversity.

By Christine Loman ’12

Dan Cohen ’76 was a journalist for 25 years, but he left an NBC station in Washington, D.C., 12 years ago to start his own film production company. Now his move is paying off. He directed and produced An Article of Hope, which garnered awards at the L.A. Jewish...

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