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A: If you have a car, there are plenty of options for a weekend of fun on a budget. Nearby amusement parks include Darien Lake, just outside of Buffalo, and the Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom in Lake George.

The nearby cities of Syracuse and Rochester -- also college towns -- always have something going on.

Love baseball? The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New...

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A "Real Deal Parents Style" question

A: Living in the dorms encourages socializing and makes it easy to make new friends right off the bat. Most students bond with others on their floor, but classes, clubs, and campus events also provide plenty of opportunities for friendship. Whether their interests are culinary, political, athletic, or cinematic, students will find...

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A "Real Deal Parents Style" question

A: The snowy landscape definitely has its perks, though a warm coat and a pair of gloves is a must for the winter. The campus is relatively compact, and many buildings are connected, reducing the outdoor commute on those extra chilly days. Students who enjoy the snow will appreciate the College’s cross-country skiing trails...

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A "Real Deal Parents Style" Question

A: The city of Ithaca is a unique and dynamic community. Most students find that both the College and the city of Ithaca are not only thriving but also extremely well connected. With a lively local music and theater scene and more restaurants per capita than New York City, Ithaca represents a treasure trove of urbanity amid rural...

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Growing up in New York City, I could pick up my phone, and a great meal would be on my doorstep in minutes. When I got to Ithaca, I didn’t have a car, and I didn’t want to take the bus every time I craved a slice of pizza, especially if I was pulling an all-nighter. I soon learned that many Ithaca restaurants deliver. With my trusty speed dial in hand (or with a click on...

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