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On April 15, 350 students from Ithaca College’s School of Music will take the stage to perform Giuseppe Verdi's classic Requiem at Lincoln Center’s famed Avery Fisher Hall.

Members of the choir, chorus, women’s chorale, and symphony orchestra will travel from Ithaca to New York City to bring this powerful music to...

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Each workday, I stepped into a chilled atrium and instinctively glanced at my watch. Typing a secret code into a keypad, I then slipped my right hand under a laser scanner. The glass door unlocked with a distinctive click and, using my body’s full weight, I pushed myself through and walked down the hall to room 1109.

No, I...

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I can’t say that I’ve ever considered myself very glamorous, but the first time I rode up the elevator to the 16th floor at 4 Times Square, I couldn’t help but feel a touch of charm in the air.

It all started four years ago, when I was still in high school. Just like any senior heading to college, I was applying for any...

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It’s hard to describe exactly how I felt when I first learned that I would be going to Harlem for a week to observe classes and teach math. The emotion was somewhere between excitement and panic. How was I going to teach in a school that I had never been to before, much less in Harlem? Recently back from that trip, I am excited to say that my experience at...

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Ready, set, action! While most IC students were beginning their weekends, 23 lucky Roy H. Park School of Communications students attended a weekend-long mini-course taught by IC alumnus David Spiegelman ’80. Spiegelman, senior executive vice president of domestic television distribution and marketing at New Line Cinema, shared his knowledge of the business...

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