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The train car screeched to a stop, the brakes let out a slow hiss, and the doors slid open. I stepped off the train and into the dark, haze-filled tunnel, people swarming around me. I was dressed in my new suit and tie, and my briefcase contained a couple of folders along with maps of the city. I was hesitant, but I felt like a million dollars. It was my first day as a United States Senate...

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I arrived at Ithaca College as a sport media major hoping to land an internship with a professional sport organization or team, preferably within the world of hockey. Working with college athletics had never crossed my mind until an opportunity with the sports information office presented itself shortly after my arrival in Ithaca. I was excited to have the opportunity to work in Ithaca’s...

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Who says archaeologists have all the fun? Physics professor Michael “Bodhi” Rogers and three of his students recently traveled to Cyprus where the group used cutting-edge, ground-penetrating radar to search for long-buried buildings and identify ancient city boundaries, roads, and defensive walls dating from the late Bronze Age.

The team was searching for a large...

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Revi won!

Watch as ABC's studio audience leaps to its feet as Revi Roza '09 wins Good Morning America Weekend's "Intern Superstar Challenge" and takes the stage to perform live with her band The Rozatones!

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You never know what you might get out of a summer internship: a good recommendation, a full-time job, maybe even the opportunity to appear on ABC's Good Morning America Weekend rocking out.

Think we're kidding? Think again.

When senior television-radio major Revital "Revi" Roza landed an internship at Good...

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