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A: Lucky for you, college is a place where staying up late is not only acceptable but necessary.

If you are looking for food, BJ’s convenience store located in the Towers is open until 2:00 a.m. every day.

Also, Mac's General Store, in Phillips Hall, is open until 10:00 p.m. every day except Sunday, when it closes at 4:00 p.m.

If you’re looking for a place...

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Listen up, students. The “freshman 15” is real.

For me, it was more like the freshman 20, so dazzled was I by the constant, never-ending buffet of sugary cereals, grilled cheese sandwiches, and other delights at the dining halls. I went there for every meal, and by November of my freshman year, I had gained a full 20 pounds. I was horrified.

I’m now at...

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A "Real Deal Parents Style" question

A: Potluck is the name of the game when it comes to food on any college campus. But at Ithaca, your child won’t be subjected to the Salisbury steaks and mystery casseroles of decades past. Ithaca’s three main dining halls and food court have enough variety to suit even the pickiest eaters. Whether you’re in the...

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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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Food is a major part of undergraduate life. As a new student at Ithaca College, you’ll find that many friendships are forged in the dining halls out of habit and hunger. Get a better taste of IC’s dining options with our on-campus cuisine rundown.

There's something on the menu for everyone at Ithaca.

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