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For Ithacans, Rod Serling isn’t just the creator of the Emmy-award winning show The Twilight Zone. He’s also remembered as the caring man who opened up his heart and home as he lectured at Ithaca College for nine years. IC is home to the Rod Serling archives, the largest and most complete collection of his work, which includes television...

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A: Most courses are three credit hours, meaning that they meet three hours each week. To be considered a full-time student, you need to take 12–18 credits a semester. Completing a total of 120 credits is a good rule of thumb for many majors; this works out to about five courses per semester over four years. AP credits from high school or courses you take...

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I have always been infatuated with building things. My interest in building began with Legos at a young age, progressed into building large, modular skateboard ramps with my father, and eventually turned into summer jobs as a carpenter. So when I started looking at colleges, I thought about a future career in the construction industry and what programs would best suit it:...

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A determined athlete overcomes injury to play lacrosse for IC.

Alec Siefert ’09 is a star player for Ithaca’s varsity lacrosse team. He balances the typical schedule of a college athlete, keeping up with the rigors of his business administration major while going to practice every day. To get where he is today, however, he’s had to overcome an ...

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A: Yes, but there’s nothing basic about them! PALS classes (Physical Activity, Leisure, and Safety) run half a semester, and you’ll receive half a credit for each. Courses range from beginning to advanced levels, and there’s a wide array to choose from. With PALS you can learn to ski or sail. Other fun options include aerobic funk dance, billiards, jujitsu,...

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