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It’s not every day you get to save someone’s life, but that’s just what outdoor adventure leadership major Tom Healy ’10 did last October in Yosemite National Park.

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For most college students, classes involve a classroom, homework is done in the library, and dorm rooms are meant for studying and sleeping.

For outdoor adventure and leadership (OAL) majors, classes and homework are done outdoors, and fieldwork may have students sleeping anywhere from a tent to a snow cave.

Check out this video of the OAL immersion...

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While working out at the Ithaca College Fitness Center one night, Kristin Olson ’10 saw a poster that caught her attention. “I saw this amazing picture of people walking up the summit of El Dorado Peak in Washington State,” Olson says. “It looked so incredible, and I thought to myself, I’ve never done anything like that...

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