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With the boom of sites like YouTube and Google Video, anyone can be an amateur filmmaker -- and sometimes the result can be quite entertaining. So we've set forth, scouring the video internet for "Fuse Finds." On this blog, you'll find little snippets of Ithaca College through online video. Enjoy!

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The Office of International Programs and the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance are partnering up to send 14 students on a two-week trip to China where they will study traditional Chinese medicine and Chinese culture this May.

It is the second time this program is being offered.  Last May, 14 students spent...

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Whispers can be heard in the Office of International Programs about Ithaca College launching a study abroad program in Antigua and Barbuda.

“It’s still in the planning stages right now,” said Rachel Cullenen, director of study abroad. “But we’re aiming for spring 2009.”

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I think it was the coffee that did it, but on a trip to South America, it might have been many things. The Andean region of Ecuador where we lodged and worked boasts two of the top five most biodiverse regions in the world, and the area surrounding the eco-lodge where we slept is home to more than 350 species of birds. To this day one can still...

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Spring break was anything but ordinary for the Ithaca College wind ensemble. One of IC’s many touring musical groups, the wind ensemble had the opportunity to go to Ireland this past March to perform in the Emerald Isle with some of that country’s premier wind bands.

The tour, entitled “An American Tapestry,” featured...

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