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Discover the Fall Issue of Fuse!

Written by Fuse Staff
10/1/2012

Fall Fuse 2012

Ithaca College is in full swing and the South Hill is bustling with activity after a busy summer. In our new fall issue of Fuse, our student writers and photographers catch up with faculty who shared their research around the globe, IC graduates who found their dream jobs and started their own businesses, and students who gained real-world experience thanks to innovative class projects — plus much more!

In our cover story, Megchun Yang '13 discovers her home away from home in the School of Music, as she prepares for the challenging role of the Queen of the Night in IC's production of The Magic Flute

Check out how Ithaca College is preparing students for life after college in all fields and industries, as alumni delve into their careers in physical therapy and marketing. 

Or, learn how one IC student is making a difference through her campaign to fight world hunger — and founded a new student club to spread the word.

Don't forget to cross the pond and learn about all things London — from the study abroad experience at the Ithaca College London Center to the hands-on internships at the 2012 Olympic Games. Plus, one IC alumna describes how she scored an Olympic gold medal in the women's eight race this summer after years of training with IC's women's crew team.

Read all our full length features in the latest issue:

Check out our cover story:

And our shorter features:

Plus, our brand new web exclusives:

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