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Winter 2011

The Bombers field hockey team said goodbye to grass with a 2-1 win over Utica in their final game on Ithaca’s Yavits Field in early October. They finished their season on artificial turf in Higgins Stadium, part of the Athletics and Events Center.


 There’s something big lurking on the east side of campus. How big is big? Well, about 280,000 square feet. Ithaca’s new Athletics and Events Center is on schedule for its fall 2011 debut.


With four IC players in the top eight at the end of the two-day competition at Blue Heron Hill Country Club in Rochester, Ithaca beat St. John Fisher, Elmira, and Nazareth at the first-ever Empire 8 Conference championship.



While on the prowl for a part-time job that would combine my major with my passion for running, I wandered into the FLRTC looking for a run-of-the-mill sales position. But after reviewing my résumé, Ian Golden ’99 unexpectedly made me an offer I couldn’t refuse.


Jeffery Meyer was a pianist living in Berlin, Germany, when he made connections through a friend to play a concert in St. Petersburg, Russia. The opportunity fell through, but a subsequent conversation with his friend about St. Petersburg’s deeply rooted classical music scene and its lack of appreciation for modern composers compelled him to switch to conducting and head to the cultural capital of Russia to create a new chamber orchestra. Meyer wanted to form a group that was “dedicated to up-and-coming performers and composers,” he says. “To be a progressive voice in the culture.” And so, in 2002, Meyer founded the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic.




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