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“You guys are farther along than I was when I was in college – you’re farther along than I am now,” laughed Mark Gross ’88, a Senior Vice President and Executive Producer at ESPN, as he addressed a standing-room only crowd of students in the Park Auditorium.


Anyone who watches pro football, baseball, basketball, or hockey can be forgiven for thinking athletic training is a guy’s gig--so far there is only one full-time female trainer in the NFL, one female assistant trainer in the NBA, and none in the NHL or MLB. But these young female athletic trainers show girls can play, too.


It’s not every day you get to save someone’s life, but that’s just what outdoor adventure leadership major Tom Healy ’10 did last October in Yosemite National Park.


When Keith Hannon graduated from Ithaca College in 2004, he headed straight for Los Angeles.


Expert mastering engineer Andrew Mendelson ’98 makes the final technical tweaks to the albums of top Grammy-winning acts.


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