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Ever since my first violin lesson in the seventh grade with Philadelphia Orchestra violinist Jonathan Beiler, I have dreamed of playing in a professional orchestra and performing in some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls. After four years at Ithaca College, I have had a chance to live this dream -- not once, but twice -- as I joined my fellow IC musicians...

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It seems like every journalist’s dream is to one day make it all the way to the New York Times. Well, for 10 days last January, I got to live the dream -- sort of.

I spent my winter break about 3,000 miles away from home in Tucson, Arizona, at the New York Times Student Journalism Institute. I was one of just 20 students...

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As an aspiring screenwriter, I was psyched about the opportunity to spend a semester in Ithaca College’s Los Angeles Program as a television studio intern. In spring 2008, I had the opportunity to intern for CP Productions and for The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

The application process for Ellen was very intense. I applied in...

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I have always been infatuated with building things. My interest in building began with Legos at a young age, progressed into building large, modular skateboard ramps with my father, and eventually turned into summer jobs as a carpenter. So when I started looking at colleges, I thought about a future career in the construction industry and what programs would best suit it:...

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At first glance the annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) does not appear to be “environmental” at all. Showcasing films that cover topics ranging from sugar production to the Jena 6, it’s no wonder there were questions about the name at the first FLEFF intern meeting, where 100 eager student interns across all disciplines sat...

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