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With “interdisciplinary” the new buzzword in the halls of academia, Ithaca College’s certificate program in international business, launched in 2000, now seems prescient.

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Zach Berenzweig ’10 to be our first ever first-year coach is Ithaca's new go-to guy for questions about academics, study issues, and what to do both on and off campus.

 

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Got brains? Or, rather, do you want to study them? Ithaca College’s neuroscience program trains students in all things brainy and is a hub of fascinating research and activity on South Hill.

"Neuroscience is hugely popular around the country. There’s clearly an interest out there,” says Jean Hardwick,...

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A: If you have a documented disability, IC’s Office of Academic Support Services for Students with Disabilities offers many resources to make classes and other parts of campus life more accessible.

Accommodations are based on your specific disability; services offered include extended and optimized testing services, tutoring, special housing accommodations, and...

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There is nothing ordinary about Ithaca College writing professor Katharyn Howd Machan. A published author of numerous books of poetry, the first poet laureate of Tompkins County, and an energetic teacher most often seen around campus dressed in flowing skirts, bright colors, and tons of tinkling jewelry, Machan is a true creative presence at IC.

Oh, and she’s also a belly...

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