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On those long, hot summer days, throwing a Frisbee around can be a great way to enjoy the day and pass the time. But for a growing number of players all over the world, Ultimate Frisbee has become more than just a game -- it’s become their way of life.

“I will be playing Frisbee until I can’t walk anymore,” says Allison Walker ’10, a business...

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It's Cortaca Jug time again. The infamous football game, which has been dubbed the "Biggest Little Game In America" by Sports Illustrated, has been held annually since 1959.

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One of Ithaca’s former basketball captains is still courtside these days. Dane Fischer ’02, a former point guard and team co-captain for the Bombers, has been successfully pursuing a career in men’s college basketball since 2003. Fischer was recently named assistant coach at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania.

Fischer came to Ithaca College from Rochester,...

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Ithaca College recently hosted its first ever ballroom dance competition, the Cayuga DanceSport Challenge. More than 180 competitors from 20 different schools danced in the collegiate competition. The Ben Light Gymnasium was filled with the music of cha-cha, bolero, mambo, rumba, and swing. Ithaca College students placed in many events, winning more than 40 ribbons in all.

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The Bombers have had a year to be proud of: Ithaca's athletic teams have received recognition across the board.

IC won the Empire 8 Commissioner’s Cup ... again. IC has won the Cup all seven years it has been awarded. The Commissioner’s Cup is awarded annually to the best overall athletics program in the Empire 8 conference.

Our football team has...

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