Ithaca College Quarterly

Maura Stephens

Art Director
Terry Marcus

Barbara Adams
Keith Davis
Dave Maley
Pete Moore
Christina V. Tormey '98
Garry VanGorder
Mike Warwick

Class Notes Writer
Penny Bianconi

Production Supervisor
Peter M. Kilcoyne

Publications Assistant
Tina Thurston

Director of publications
Marina Bandidos Todd

Cover Illustration by Tom Richmond

Volume 16, Number 2

Copyright 1998 Ithaca College Quarterly. All rights reserved. The Ithaca College Quarterly (USPS 695-880) is published four times a year, in winter, spring, summer, and fall, by the Ithaca College Office of College Relations for alumni, parents of currently enrolled students, and friends of the College. Address changes: Office of Alumni Relations, Ithaca College, 210 Alumni Hall, Ithaca, NY 14850-7041. Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to Office of College Relations, Ithaca College, 231 Alumni Hall, Ithaca, NY 14850-7044. Periodicals postage paid at Ithaca, New York.

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You must see this issue's cover illustration up close.

Cover Story ---
    Much Adieu about Nothing?

Not that there's anything wrong with that... especially not when the "nothing" is the last season of Seinfeld. Three IC alums who worked on the sitcom talk about their behind-the-scenes roles.

In Their Prime --- a short list of other IC alumni working in prime time

It's Official

Peggy R. Williams's inauguration festivities are highlighted by a College-wide Day of Service, some pomp and circumstance, and glorious summer weather in March. In Ithaca!

Not Just a One-Day Thing -- The student-run Community Service Network makes service a year-round commitment.

A Dream Grows in Harlem

Once plagued by poor test scores, student violence, and low faculty morale, the Frederick Douglass Academy is now a winner; IC forges a relationship with this remarkable inner-city school.

Rewriting Shakespeare

"It pulsates with an adolescent abandon and electricity of which Romeo himself might approve." Joe Calarco '92 brings a new slant to Romeo and Juliet with an all-male cast --- and revised text.



Howard Dillingham, 1904 - 1998
Faculty and Alumni Books
Clinton's Race initiative Bypasses Ithaca (So Far)
     -- So We Do It on Our Own

Two Seniors Win Advertising Awards
DeAbruña Named ACE Fellow
Money to Make "Brown Gold" from Scraps
Short Takes

Business -- Communications -- HS&HP -- H&S -- Music

Reminiscences of campus and media


Gymnastics Team: National Champs!
Winter Round-up

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