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An IC English professor and his onetime student stumble upon literary treasures.    by George Sapio

Researchers love a...

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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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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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Michelle Diemer ’08 works with Operations Crossroads Africa, thanks to the Reginald Simmons Memorial Award.

Communications management and design major Michelle Diemer ’08 traveled to Gambia, West Africa, last summer as one of the first two recipients of the Reginald Simmons Memorial Award, established by ...

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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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