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IC is the first U.S. college or university to be represented at the UN Climate Change Conference. by Greg Ryan ’08

Most U.S. Americans who attended the 2007 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bali felt a little heat from their foreign colleagues. The U.S. delegation to the conference had refused to accept the framework the other...

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‘‘Back stateside, we were just worker bees,” Chris Remillard told IC students in April. “Anything involved with running a clinic here, I’m in charge of. I’m it. I am the PT, OT, dietician, chiropractor, and ortho. Makes life a little interesting.”...

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Recent grad takes top honors in the annual competition.

Music-anthropology double degree holder Travis Knapp ’07 won first place and a $10,000 scholarship for his song “Before You Go” in the BMI...

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Switching from the draft to a volunteer army has made marketing key to recruitment over the last three decades.  By Karin Fleming ’09

“Take the Army’s 16- month tour of Europe” is the headline that accompanies a photograph of a 20-something American man...

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Frustrated by most Americans’ ignorance of blacks’ contributions to society, Carter G. Woodson established Negro History Week (which would take a half century to be institutionalized nationally as the renamed and expanded Black History Month) in 1926. The son of former slaves, Woodson eventually earned his Ph.D. from Harvard...

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