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A. Definitely, but parking costs are higher for freshmen, and there is just one parking lot reserved for first-year students. If you don't bring a car you can get around town easily on the TCAT bus, by calling a cab, or by carpooling with a friend. 

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A: Although students are allowed to have cars their freshman year, many don't bother because it's easy to get around town without one. The TCAT (Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit) bus service runs every day, and most routes run every half hour. The TCAT bus takes students from IC to the Commons, Pyramid Mall, Wegmans, and many other places in the...

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“So, have you won the Pulitzer Prize yet?” my older brother teasingly asked me on the phone two weeks into my first fall semester at Ithaca College.  He knew I had high expectations for the college that I'd taken four years of high school to choose.  After all, piles of admissions literature still cluttered my house, each brochure promising...

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