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Growing up in New York City, I could pick up my phone, and a great meal would be on my doorstep in minutes. When I got to Ithaca, I didn’t have a car, and I didn’t want to take the bus every time I craved a slice of pizza, especially if I was pulling an all-nighter. I soon learned that many Ithaca restaurants deliver. With my trusty speed dial in hand (or with a click on...

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1. Make Someone Else’s Garbage Your Treasure


Take advantage of Ithaca’s annual Take It or Leave It program. The Resource and Environmental Society (REMP) and the Ithaca College Environmental Society (ICES) place collection bins in all residence halls where residents can deposit usable stuff they no longer want. Some things include: room ...

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Food is a major part of undergraduate life. As a new student at Ithaca College, you’ll find that many friendships are forged in the dining halls out of habit and hunger. Get a better taste of IC’s dining options with our on-campus cuisine rundown.

There's something on the menu for everyone at Ithaca.

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A: Ithaca offers 7-, 10-, and 14-meal plans, as well as an unlimited option called Carte Blanche.

The 7-meal plan is limited to students living in the Garden or Circle Apartments or off campus.

Incoming students automatically receive the 14-meal plan, but you can easily change that online.

All plans come...

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A: One of the best things about college is meeting new people -- especially your new roommate!

It can take time to adjust to sharing your room with a total stranger, but if you just don’t get along, you do have options. Consulting your resident assistant or resident director is the first step -- he or she can help you talk through your...

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