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Celisa Calacal ’18 was named a young feminist to follow on Twitter in a recent USA Today College article.

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Over winter break, the students in Ithaca College’s Martin Luther King Scholar Program travelled to Havana, Cuba to take part in several Service Learning projects.

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Alex Posen ‘19 won first place in the popular vote with this photograph, “Sunset above the Alps,” which he took while on 200-mile backpacking trip through the European Alps. 

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Boxing champion, author, fitness expert, and television personality Laila Ali visited Ithaca College on September 29. As part of the Park Distinguished Visitor series, Ali spoke to a packed A&E Center on topics ranging from overcoming obstacles and achieving goals to media portrayals of individuals with disabilities. 

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Ari Kissiloff ’90, a professor in the Department of Strategic Communication at Ithaca College, possesses a Ph.D. in parks. Since starting his career nearly 20 years ago, Kissiloff has traveled to 331 of the 413 national parks in the United States. This semester, he’s passing on his love of parks to students through his seminar course called Park Communication: Interpreting and...

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