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CIA produced its first three medical illustration (later to become biomedical art) grads in May 1977, shown here, left to right: Diane Kastelic, Mark Sabo, and Jan Rapp.

High art hijinks. Legendary CIA alumnus Viktor Schreckengost '29 (front row, center) and his Alpha Beta Delta fraternity brothers clown around for a photograph in 1927.

Mary E. Cornelissen was an artist working in late 19th century London, best known for her portraits of children.

Alums Pamela Argentieri, Mike Mikula, John Carter, and David Pohl from the class of 1987 break for a photo in Reinberger Galleries.

Divine (as Dawn Davenport) from John Waters' Female Trouble, 1974. All Ratted Up Like a Teenage Jezebel: How to dress like a John Waters character.

Photography Professor Mary Jo Toles demonstrates one of her innovative tools - and her love of working with electricity - for the Winter 1988-89 edition of CIA's Link Magazine.

Mary Badham, who played Scout Finch in the 1962 film version of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, visited the Cinematheque in November 2012 to answer audience questions after the 50th anniversary screening of the landmark movie.

In 1941, when the girls at CIA began to wear pants to school, the male students became upset, and staged a rebellion of sorts - they decided to wear skirts. In the article, the girls stated that pants were more practical in the studio.