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spring 2008

For Katie Avery ’10, it’s not just about the ribbons. It’s about the wind on her face, her hands on the reins, and the feeling riding gives her.

Avery has been riding horses most of her life but never competitively. That all changed when she came to IC and joined the Ithaca College Equestrian Team. “I was still trying to...

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Each year the Park School of Communications takes great pride in bringing top communications professionals to campus to share their insights and experience with students, and this year was no exception.

The Park School hosted Today coanchor Natalie Morales as this year’s Jessica Savitch distinguished lecturer. Morales is...

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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: Someone is always available to help students having a hard time in class. All you have to do is ask! The best way to find a tutor is to talk to the professor teaching the course. Most academic departments have student tutors available to lend a hand. The Department of Writing also operates the Writing Center, which is open to students of any major who need help...

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Admit it: You’ve heard about the ROTC. You’ve seen the commercials. But just what is it, really? ROTC, the Reserve Officers Training Corps, isn’t the most well-known or well-understood group on campus. But Alex Bohn ’09 and James Murray ’10, members of the Army ROTC, can shed some light on the subject.

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