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spring 2008

A: There are more than 150 clubs and organizations on campus, but there’s always room for more. If you take the time to plan who’s going to be in charge, what activities you’ll participate in, and what resources you need, it’s not hard to get the wheels moving. Professional staff in the Center for Student Leadership and Involvement and Ithaca's...

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Registering for semester courses is never a walk in the park. Choosing electives can be difficult with the overwhelming number of possibilities. When flipping through the course catalog you’re bound to come across some strange course names that will elicit a chuckle -- but don’t be fooled. These offbeat options are often challenging, interesting, and fun. Here are...

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Rob Bluey ’01 Makes the News in New Media

“What really sold me about Ithaca was the fact that I could get involved from day one at the Ithacan,” says blogger Rob Bluey ’01. Bluey, who graduated with a degree in journalism, has become a one-man riptide under the wave of the “new media” that is drastically...

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With a walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, the Martin Luther King Jr. scholars relived the march of their ancestors.

More than 40 years earlier, on March 7, 1965, voting rights marchers were violently confronted by law enforcement officers on a day that became known as Bloody Sunday. The law enforcement personnel ...

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Professor Jason Hamilton fuses science and sustainability

Amid the bad news about global climate change and energy crises, Ithaca College assistant biology professor and ecologist extraordinaire Jason Hamilton has become a leading collaborator in the field of environmental sustainability in higher education. Spearheading the College’s...

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