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spring 2007

With what could only be described as painful optimism, sophomore Fallon Blossom narrates how she lost her home as she leads her fellow Ithaca College students through the gutted remains of the house she grew up in.

“So this used to be my house, y’all,” she says, gesturing to the walls that have been caked with mud and...

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When the curtain falls it’s the actors who take a bow, but no Ithaca theater production would be possible without the behind-the-scenes collaborations of students, faculty, and staff from IC's School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts.

From set design and construction, to costumes and makeup, to the pit orchestra, to marketing...

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David Boreanaz ’91 has come back from the dead.

Well, not really. But the star of the television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel is finally playing not a vampire but a living, breathing person. With a legion of fans, great reviews, a prime-time slot, and, of course, an Ithaca College education, it was a...

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“Hola, resedencia española 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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This franchise has a storied past.

It’s a tremendous group of guys and gals that always gives 110 percent and knows that team chemistry is important because there’s no “I” in team. But, clichés aside, the Ithaca College Sports Radio staff has made a name for itself through its award-winning coverage of...

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