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High School students who are considering a career in healthcare had an opportunity to get some hands-on experience at Ithaca College this summer. HealthQuest is a weeklong program that has been held at IC for four years running. The program is sponsored by the Ithaca College School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, the Central New York Area Health...

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The GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, held on the second-to-last weekend in July, is one of the most anticipated events of the summer for many Ithacans. The festival has become firmly cemented as an Ithaca tradition. It focuses on folk, root, and world music.

The festival is held at the Trumansburg Fairgrounds, located about 10 miles...

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A little rain didn’t put a damper on this year’s Ithaca Festival; Ithacans came out of the woodwork, filling up the Ithaca Commons and Stewart Park with music, dancing, crafts, artwork, and delicious food.

This year marked the 31st Ithaca Festival, which started in 1977 as “Celebration Ithaca.” The Ithaca Festival...

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Each year the Park School of Communications takes great pride in bringing top communications professionals to campus to share their insights and experience with students, and this year was no exception.

The Park School hosted Today coanchor Natalie Morales as this year’s Jessica Savitch distinguished lecturer. Morales is...

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For Ithacans, Rod Serling isn’t just the creator of the Emmy-award winning show The Twilight Zone. He’s also remembered as the caring man who opened up his heart and home as he lectured at Ithaca College for nine years. IC is home to the Rod Serling archives, the largest and most complete collection of his work, which includes television...

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