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Holly Buchanan ’07 teaches marketable crafts skills to South African students at risk of sinking into a life of crime.  by Karen Hwa...

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Diane Cohen ’87 takes other people’s junk—and makes a socially responsible business of it. By George...

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Last year Ithaca College participated for the first time in the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, which began in 1987. This spring 25 IC students — 10 from the Park School, 12 from the H&S, and 1 each from HSHP and the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Programs — presented their research at NCUR’s annual gathering, held in April in La Crosse,...

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From urban cowpoke to gang member, Matt Cavenaugh ’01 continues to stretch as a performer.  by Barbara Adams

Musical theater isn’t all razzle-dazzle, as Matt Cavenaugh can attest. In his third Broadway musical Cavenaugh found...

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Kerry Butler ’92 puts quiet grit and humor into making her childhood dream come true.  by George Sapio

“This is by far the hardest job I’ve ever had,” said Kerry Butler with an “oh boy” sigh. It was an August Saturday in New...

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