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College students often hear that they’ll never be anything more than a face in the crowd on campus and never transcend the separation between teacher and student. I was determined that this not be true for me when choosing a graduate school, and that’s why I chose Ithaca College. 

During my time here, I’ve learned that IC excels at developing a hands-on...

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Students walking past the School of Music often hear rhythmic drumbeats or classical solos drifting through the windows and over the quads. This past summer, the students in the brass quintet Five Cents Sharp spread their sound even farther when they traveled to Brass im Frankenwald, an international festival held at the Haus Marteau, a retreat for music in Lichtenberg,...

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IC’s School of Music and the Department of Theatre Arts have announced their schedules for the 2008-2009 school year.

Along with student performances and recitals in Ford Hall, there are several other noteworthy ensembles scheduled. On Friday, Oct. 3, the Guarneri String Quartet will play Ford Hall as part of their farewell tour....

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Ever since my first violin lesson in the seventh grade with Philadelphia Orchestra violinist Jonathan Beiler, I have dreamed of playing in a professional orchestra and performing in some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls. After four years at Ithaca College, I have had a chance to live this dream -- not once, but twice -- as I joined my fellow IC musicians...

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Ithaca College bids a fond farewell to three retiring leaders -- and welcomes three new ones this fall. Filling the presidential shoes of Peggy R. Williams is Thomas R. Rochon, who becomes the College’s eighth president. Rochon most recently served as the executive vice president and chief academic officer for the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul,...

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