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Imagine waking up to the sound of a fire bell at three in the morning, venturing into the freezing cold to fight the fire, and returning home to get some shut-eye until maybe six o’clock. That’s when you have morning ice hockey practice. Oh, and your first class starts at eight: gymnastics. Better hope you shaved, because if not, the coach will send you away. For Bob Driscoll '74, M.S. '75, that was campus life at Ithaca College.

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"Don't let the good times go to your head; don't let the bad times stop you." This is one of many valuable insights that Ithaca College grad and Saw franchise producer Dan Heffner shared on his most recent visit to the Roy H. Park School of Communications.

 

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The Fuse staff posted pics and quips of campus activity throughout Alumni and Homecoming Weekend to a special blog called The Past Is Present. Relive the weekend now!

 

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Executive producer of the Late Show with David Letterman and Ithaca alum Barbara Gaines talks to Fuse about her experience at IC and the journey that led her to a successful career in television.

In eleven years as a producer on the show, Gaines has garnered 11 Emmy nominations and won five consecutive awards for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Program. She is up...

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Alumna Sarah Parker made sure the C-SPAN Civics Bus made a stop at Ithaca College. “I’ve wanted to bring this bus to IC since I started working for C-SPAN three years ago,” said Sarah Parker ’98.

Her dream was finally realized when the state-of-the-art mobile TV studio arrived outside the Roy...

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