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“So, have you won the Pulitzer Prize yet?” my older brother teasingly asked me on the phone two weeks into my first fall semester at Ithaca College.  He knew I had high expectations for the college that I'd taken four years of high school to choose.  After all, piles of admissions literature still cluttered my house, each brochure promising...

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The first time I entered my dorm room freshman year, I couldn’t believe how sparse it looked: the room I’d be living in for a year wasn’t anything like my room at home. I knew I had to jazz it up—I just didn’t know where to begin. We asked the editors of Fuse and current students to share their favorite hints, tips, and must-have gear to...

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Okay, it’ll never replace Mom, but Ithaca’s new high-tech LaundryView website sure makes getting your clothes clean a whole lot easier.

Now when you have four loads of laundry to do (two if you don’t separate), help is just a click away. From the comfort of their rooms students can go online to see how many washers and...

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“Hola, resedencia espaņola nueva.”

No, Ithaca hasn’t gone entirely Spanish, but the College did introduce a new specialized dorm last fall. Vecinos (translation: neighbors) is one of a growing list of housing options available through residential life. The brainchild of modern languages and literatures professor Annette...

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