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Ithaca College recently hosted its first ever ballroom dance competition, the Cayuga DanceSport Challenge. More than 180 competitors from 20 different schools danced in the collegiate competition. The Ben Light Gymnasium was filled with the music of cha-cha, bolero, mambo, rumba, and swing. Ithaca College students placed in many events, winning more than 40 ribbons in all.

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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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The prestigious journal Science recently published articles by Ithaca College biology professor Sue Swensen and anthropology professor Jack Rossen. Professor Swensen was one of five authors on the May 16 cover story titled, “Hidden Neotropical Diversity: Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts.” The research explored the extraordinary diversity...

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Thousands of people watching. 175 teams competing. One winning performance.

Ithacappella, Ithaca College’s all male a cappella group, placed fourth in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, besting the likes of Penn State, Northwestern, and Oxford University. The group performed at the Lincoln Center for the Performing...

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