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While working out at the Ithaca College Fitness Center one night, Kristin Olson ’10 saw a poster that caught her attention. “I saw this amazing picture of people walking up the summit of El Dorado Peak in Washington State,” Olson says. “It looked so incredible, and I thought to myself, I’ve never done anything like that...

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Everyone at Ithaca knows about the rivalry.

They’ve heard the comparisons to Yankees–Red Sox, North Carolina–Duke, and Colts–Patriots. Then again, could it be any less than what Sports Illustrated called the “Greatest Little Game in the Nation”?

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“Wacky idea for Ithacappella,” said Incubus manager Steve Rennie in an e-mail to the-Ithacappella conductor Greg Harris ’07. “How would you guys like to come out to L.A. and help Incubus sing ‘Dig at the KROQ Weenie Roast and Fiesta?”

The unprecedented opportunity materialized after an Ithacappella video appeared on YouTube. The ...

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Thanks to its musical roots, Ithaca offers something for all talented singers, no matter what major or course of study. Ithacappella, the College's all-male a cappella group, is just one example.

Founded in 1996 by four members of the Phi Mu Alpha music fraternity, Ithacappella was an alternative for male students who...

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On Wednesday, June 23, at exactly 7:53 a.m., I took my seat in the second row of a giant lecture hall, anxiously awaiting the start of the human anatomy orientation. At 8:00 a.m., Jeff Houck, associate professor of physical therapy, stood in front of the auditorium with a welcoming smile and a stack of syllabi in his arms.

Thus began my...

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