Stories

By Greg Ryan



Student uses travel grant funded by an IC parent to study a nearly extinct culture.   by Greg Ryan ’08

The Greek islands of Rhodes and Crete once featured a flourishing Jewish culture. Today that culture is almost extinguished, as nearly the entire Jewish population of the islands perished or was dislocated...

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Donald Bertolini ’71 hopes his contribution will give more students a chance to learn the ropes of scientific research.  by Khrista Trerotola ’07

Failure. Donald Bertolini ’71 believes in it. As the director of global clinical research on treatment for morbidly obese people at Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals...

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Now three writers in different genres will come to campus each semester, starting with Robert Olen Butler. by Greg Ryan '08

It’s not every day a Pulitzer Prize winner compliments your writing. Aspiring writer Evan Perriello ’08 knows what it feels like, though. In a master class conducted by Robert Olen Butler at the...

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New student group discusses hot issues of the day.  by Greg Ryan ’08

“I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!” anchorman Howard Beale shouted on live television in the 1976 film Network. More than 30 years later, Beale’s tirade against the vapidity of most news media...

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Alumnae sisters create a scholarship for students studying at the London Center.     by Greg Ryan ’08

When it comes to stellar IC siblings, there aren’t many as successful as Jan Studin ’78 and Cindi Studin Berger ’83. Studin is vice president and publisher for Better Homes and Gardens, ...

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