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I had always loved dogs, but I thought I’d never be able to have one as a college student. So when I heard about the Guiding Eyes for the Blind (GEB) program my sophomore year, I was eager to get involved. I did a little research, got in touch with the area coordinator, and applied to be a certified puppy raiser.

Before getting a puppy, I attended a...

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It’s the end of my first week of classes at Ithaca College, and I’m sitting in the Park Hall Auditorium as an unsure but hopeful freshman intrigued by the romance of newspaper journalism. And to be honest, I didn’t have an answer as to why. Like so many first-year journalism majors, in high school I had been told my writing was “wonderful.” I had...

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You may think that getting good grades is the only key to a successful college career. But it’s not. I’ve learned that getting involved is more important and valuable than just making high marks.

Like every college student, I wanted college to be a learning experience that would prepare me for “the real world.” As a photography student...

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It’s below freezing on the lake at seven o’clock in the morning, but sweat still streams down my face and into my eyes. My breath is short and labored. My legs and arms are screaming for me to stop, and my brain agrees. Still, I push on backward through the mist and cold, heart in overdrive. Why do I do this sport again?

Rowing is a backward sport. Predawn...

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Even students who love hard work need time to relieve stress, wind down after classes, and let loose on the weekends. Whether your idea of fun is going for a hike, visiting a museum, listening to some good music, or enjoying a little retail therapy, there’s something for everyone -- and your piggy bank will love you! Here are 10 ways IC students kick back without...

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