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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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Some things get better with age—and in the case of the Enduring Masters concert series, that’s exactly the point. A joint effort between the School of Music and the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute, the Enduring Masters series will showcase legendary musicians performing and reflecting on aging and their art. Guests slated for the series include...

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The Ithaca College Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services is continuing its long-held tradition of raising awareness about LGBT issues through their fall film series: Visibili T Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen Film Series. The film series, which kicked off August 30, with a showing of the ...

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Lauryn Tillery ’07 has a hard time standing still. The drama major’s high energy level sustains her as she goes continuously from one dance practice to another. Tillery is a member of the Ithaca College Dance Team; Rhythm ‘n Shoes, IC’s tap dance club; and IC Breakers, a break dancing group. While the dance team is very competitive and tap...

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