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MARCH 2001
Electronic Arts at Rensselaer. With a new Electronic Media and Performing Arts Center on the horizon, we'll give readers an overview of what electronic arts means and what the program is about at Rensselaer. The MFA in electronic arts will be 10 years old this fall. As a companion to this article, we'll introduce readers to a few alumni who are making their marks nationally and even internationally on the electronic arts scene.

Claire Fraser '77, head of The Institute for Genomics Research (TIGR). The article will be a profile of Fraser, set in a broader discussion of genomics and what potential/promise the field holds for our future.

Bobby Farrelly '81. Farrelly is one-half of one of Hollywood's hottest brother acts! He and his brother Peter produce, write, and direct blockbuster comedies. We'll tell you how this RPI science major and so-so hockey player ended up in Hollywood.


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