Stories

School of Humanities and Sciences



To become good writers — or even good citizens — students must first learn to question and explore issues fully.

Those who have never taught expository writing — which I consider the most challenging subject to teach — might assume that writing teachers require students to purchase a basic grammar primer ...

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Biology professor involves the public in an entomological sleuthing mission.
by Chelsea Theis ’08

Roses, beavers, and bluebirds are all commonly found in New York -- a good thing, as they are the official state flower, animal, and bird. But the state insect hasn’t been, er, spotted in New York in 15 years. The...

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Executive and former scholar-athlete Kurt Wolfgruber ’72 sees the center as a campus centerpiece — and competitive signature.   by Kate Larrabee

The child of a physician and a nurse, Kurt Wolfgruber entered Ithaca College to study chemistry; it seemed natural. But he did keep his options open as he experimented...

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The dancer-actor now helps set bodies straight.     by Jeff Candura ’01

Katie Adams likes to think of herself as a bit of a detective. But instead of hunting down criminals, she hunts down pain. Katie is the owner and founder of 360 Neuro Muscular Therapy (360 NMT) in Needham, Massachusetts. NMT is...

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U.S. international trade court judge Eaton and his wife, a museum director, invest in the future of business.  by Kate Larrabee

It wasn’t hard to like attending Ithaca College in the late 1960s,” says Richard Eaton ’70, a judge on the U.S. Court of International Trade. “The campus was new, and the ...

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