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David Boreanaz ’91 has come back from the dead.

Well, not really. But the star of the television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel is finally playing not a vampire but a living, breathing person. With a legion of fans, great reviews, a prime-time slot, and, of course, an Ithaca College education, it was a...

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“Hola, resedencia española nueva.”

No, Ithaca hasn’t gone entirely Spanish, but the College did introduce a new specialized dorm last fall. Vecinos (translation: neighbors) is one of a growing list of housing options available through residential life. The brainchild of modern languages and literatures professor Annette...

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This franchise has a storied past.

It’s a tremendous group of guys and gals that always gives 110 percent and knows that team chemistry is important because there’s no “I” in team. But, clichés aside, the Ithaca College Sports Radio staff has made a name for itself through its award-winning coverage of...

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He jumps on tables and chairs. He moves like a cheetah on caffeine. He makes fun of students. And he yells--a lot.

He's also widely considered one of the best professors Ithaca College has to offer. When you talk with Stephen Mosher, you can tell something is different. Maybe it’s his body language and his unforgettable outbursts, or maybe...

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The Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar Program at Ithaca College offers students a chance to broaden their cultural perspective and experience global service by traveling internationally.

As a sophomore MLK scholar, I recently had the opportunity to travel to Seoul, South Korea, where we explored South Korean culture and examined the concept of...

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