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Upton '12 Pursues Production in Japan

Andrew Upton '12, an aspiring animation producer, was recently hired as a production assistant at MAPPA, a Japanese animation studio in Tokyo. Involved in every aspect of production from start to finish, Upton calls his position a "stepping-stone" to becoming a producer. "Production assistants are in a unique position to learn about the animation industry from every angle," says Upton. "It's our ...  More >>

Frishman, Singal on Obama's State of the Union

Offering their observations on President Barack Obama's final State of the Union Address, Professor of Economics Alan Frishman and Professor Emeritus of History Daniel Singal were quoted in the front-page Finger Lakes Times article, "How did Obama do? Locals have their say," on Wednesday, Jan. 13. "He obviously, in part, wanted to go after this incredibly dark picture of the country and the world...  More >>

Traders Magazine Honors Rosely '92

In December, Joyce Cupaiuolo Rosely '92 earned the Traders Magazine Wall Street Women Leadership Award for professional excellence in the historically male-dominated financial industry. With more than 20 years of experience in the financial services sector, Rosely currently serves as managing director of Convergex Execution Solutions. She was formerly director of Global Portfolio Trading at Deuts...  More >>

Hardy '16 Interns at LB3

Adam Hardy '16 recently interned for LB3 Lacrosse, one of the nation's premier instructional lacrosse organizations. Based in Atlanta, Ga., LB3 instructs thousands of young players across the country with the goal of developing both their game and their love for the game. In his role over the summer, Hardy coached teams ranging from the 11-and-under and 18-and-under age divisions, provided privat...  More >>

Hood Talks 2nd Ave. Subway with WNYC

The New York-metro area public radio station WNYC interviewed Clifton Hood, the George E. Paulsen '49 Professor of American History and Government, about the perennially stagnant progress on the Second Avenue Subway in Manhattan. Hood, author of the book "722 Miles: The Building of the Subways and How they Transformed New York," explains that the Second Avenue Subway "begins with this grandiose ...  More >>



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