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Charlie Vasey ’76 (right) surprised Bill Ebinger ’76 for his 60th birthday with a trip to the Master’s golf tournament. The two were medical school roommates at the University of Chicago.

Charlie Vasey ’76 (right) surprised Bill Ebinger ’76 for his 60th birthday with a trip to the Master’s golf tournament. The two were medical school roommates at the University of Chicago.

Loren Duffey ’41, Placentia, Calif., still plays golf once per week, mows his own lawn, and drives himself around in his Chevy, according to Todd Ririe ’73. Loren knew Todd’s Cornell advisor, the late geology professor Herb Hendriks ’40.

Loren Duffey ’41, Placentia, Calif., still plays golf once per week, mows his own lawn, and drives himself around in his Chevy, according to Todd Ririe ’73. Loren knew Todd’s Cornell advisor, the late geology professor Herb Hendriks ’40.

Steve Unger ’68 shares voter information with a resident of Montgomery, Ala., in March 1965. Unger, who died in 2011, was one of the approximately 14 Cornell students who participated in the Selma to Montgomery march. A full story appeared in the spring 2014 Cornell Report.

Steve Unger ’68 shares voter information with a resident of Montgomery, Ala., in March 1965. Unger, who died in 2011, was one of the approximately 14 Cornell students who participated in the Selma to Montgomery march. A full story appeared in the spring 2014 Cornell Report.

Bill Aossey ’63, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, founder of Midamar Corporation, a pioneer and leader in Halal food services, was awarded the Corporate Leadership Award by Swallow Yan, Executive Director of the Chinese Association of Iowa. Aossey was chosen for the award for “30 years of outstanding contributions towards Iowa-China friendship.” He also played a key role in developing the first Iowa-China International Wrestling Exchange in August 2013, with the Iowa Sister State Program, Cornell College, and Hebei Province, China, Iowa’s sister state.

Bill Aossey ’63, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, founder of Midamar Corporation, a pioneer and leader in Halal food services, was awarded the Corporate Leadership Award by Swallow Yan, Executive Director of the Chinese Association of Iowa. Aossey was chosen for the award for “30 years of outstanding contributions towards Iowa-China friendship.” He also played a key role in developing the first Iowa-China International Wrestling Exchange in August 2013, with the Iowa Sister State Program, Cornell College, and Hebei Province, China, Iowa’s sister state.

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Alumni offer their secrets to success in various endeavors and answer questions from how to balance work and family to how to follow your dreams.

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Tiny flies, big research

Biology Professor Marty Condon’s research into the genetics of tropical flies includes numerous students, and several alumni, who have traveled with her to the tropics. Twice her findings have appeared in Science.

Tom Herbert ’66 (fifth from left) had a transformative experience as an exchange student the spring of his sophomore year at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn.

Fisk University exchange memories

Tom Herbert ’66 responded to “The March for Freedom: Civil Rights Activists Look Back,” in the spring Cornell Report with this account of his experience as an exchange student at Fisk University.