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Retirees



The longtime School of Music leader leaves a vigorous program.  By Karin Fleming ’09

Years before the James J. Whalen Center for Music became a reality, music dean Arthur Ostrander was working to make it one. Facilities in Ford Hall had become cramped and...

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The recently retired Dana Professor of the Humanities and Arts starts retirement with a flurry of full-length publications.

It has been a busy first year of “retirement” for art historian Nancy Ramage, the Charles A. Dana Professor of the Humanities and Arts (recently granted emerita status) at the College, with...

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Reaffirming the promise of the education our graduates receive from Ithaca College.

In the months since I announced my impending retirement from Ithaca College, I have been asked many times how I would sum up my experiences and accomplishments over 11 years as Ithaca’s president and 36 years in higher education. Even if such a...

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The U.S. Air Force honors Colonel Arnald Gabriel ’50, M.S. ’60, H.D.M. ’89.    by Alex Meril ’07

Raised in humble circumstances during the Great Depression, Arnald Gabriel ’50 discovered his love of music listening to the Metropolitan Opera on the radio. He honed his own musical talent...

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Celebrating 15 years of education, research, outreach, and innovation

The Gerontology Institute marked its 15th anniversary in November with a celebration of the institute’s achievements, including the addition of a major and minor in aging studies; participation in the Gerontology Infusion in the Public Schools Project; founding...

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