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Published on Jul 11, 2011
Don Greenberg's True Big Red story unfolds with his narration about his Cornell legacy; his years as an undergraduate; his forty years of Cornell teaching in Architecture, Art, and Planning, the Johnson School, and the Engineering College; his athletic prowess which continues in his 70's; his love for the life he leads overlooking Lake Cayuga. Using vintage photos, as well as comments from family, friends, classmates, colleagues, and former Cornell Presidents Corson and Rhodes, this video explains why Don Greenberg deserves to be known as a Cornell "legend."
Produced by Phil ('62, B.Arch. '64) and Maddy ('65) Handler, Fly on the Wall Productions.