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“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” ~ William Norris

When figuring out what to pack for college, you have to make a lot of choices. Dorm rooms are small, and easily cluttered. 

You also have to have the accoutrements to every...

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Next to picking a major, choosing where to live will have the biggest impact on your college life. With 31 residence halls and two apartment complexes right on campus, Ithaca has housing to suit every taste. All rooms are smoke free, and you’ll find singles, doubles, triples, suites, and specialty communities galore. Which home away from home is perfect for you? Fuse has the...

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A: All dorms have their own laundry rooms and it’s free to operate the machines. Plus, with LaundryView.com, you can see when machines are available in your laundry room and when your laundry is done. Easy!

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It’s 10:45 on a Wednesday night.

Your head droops over your history textbook, and you attract glares and snickers from others sitting around you. The library is lively tonight, but the rumble in your stomach makes you sluggish.

That flimsy turkey wrap you ate five hours ago no longer provides you with...

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A: There are lots of options for students who follow specialized diets. For students who are allergic to milk, all of the dining halls carry soy milk or rice milk. At the Terrace Dining Hall there is the Kosher Kitchen. You'll find salad bars in all the dining halls, but the Campus Center Dining Hall also has a vegan section. And the Towers Dining...

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