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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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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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Emily MacDowell ’06 works to bring education to rural Nigerian children.  by Liz Getman ’09

It was a frigid Saturday evening in November, yet small beads of sweat dripped from Emily MacDowell’s forehead. The young alumna was finishing preparations for an event she’d begun...

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Sean Walsh ’89 has coached more than 1,000 kids, and loves doing it.   by Khrista Trerotola ’07

When Sean Walsh ’89 steps onto the Barnstable Silver Bullets’ football field, his players pay attention. Maybe it’s because he’s double their size and wears a red varsity jacket that could be wrapped twice...

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A $2 million gift from a sociology grad helps the A&E center campaign and overall campaign meet their goal. by Alex Meril ’07

“From when I was a transfer student to today, Ithaca College has always treated me great,” says Edward Glazer ’92. “For that I remain enthusiastically involved.” ...

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