Stories

By Greg Ryan



Division III head football coach Glenn Caruso ’96 is scoring with his version of the “play action run.”  by Greg Ryan ’08

Ask Glenn Caruso ’96 how he learned the nuances of complementary play calling, and the new head football coach of the University of St. Thomas credits...

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Caitlin Burnett ’05 spends an eye-opening summer in Bangladesh working to help the disabled.  by Greg Ryan ’08

Caitlin Burnett ’05 sat among the two dozen Bangladeshi women and children who had assembled on the straw mats in their village center. As always, she began the meeting by asking those gathered why they had come. One woman, crouching in...

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Photographer-artist Chris Jordan puts a graphic face on waste. by Greg Ryan ’08

From six or seven feet away, the image appears to be a bountiful forest, abundant with slim, striated trees. Move a few feet closer, though, and you’ll realize the trees are actually enormous stacks of the 1.14 million supermarket paper bags...

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A young alumnus starts a scholarship in gratitude to an administrator who cared.    by Greg Ryan ’08

Tas Hasan ’01 almost didn’t make it to graduation, let alone Wall Street. The Bangladeshi student was out with friends in downtown Ithaca one night when someone accidentally smashed a beer bottle over his head, resulting in a...

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The PT department — with half its faculty graduates of the program — is one of the College’s shining stars.   by Greg Ryan ’08

When Terri Hoppenrath ’89 was a physical therapy student at IC, Andrew Robinson had a reputation as the toughest professor in a physical therapy department known for its...

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