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Ithaca College's Community Picnic is typically a time when students, faculty, and new freshman gather after the Convocation ceremony to meet new people and enjoy a day off before classes begin in full swing. This year, sustainability was the theme, as IC's student organization Take Back the Tap encouraged the class of 2016 to start thinking differently about the way they drink water. The club handed out reusable water bottles at the picnic to show that drinking water from the tap is not only back in style — but healthy and more affordable too.

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What do Barack Obama, Henry David Thoreau, and Ithaca College writing professor Eleanor Henderson have in common? All have written books selected for IC’s First-Year Reading Initiative. In fact, Professor Henderson’s first novel, Ten Thousand Saints, is the book all freshmen received at their Summer Orientation.

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With summer winding down and the first day of classes about a week away, you're probably beginning to sort through about 18 years of stuff and pack some of it up for your first year of college. Move-in Day is right around the corner, and it's natural to have a few questions about the dorms or what to bring. What size are the beds? What kind of mini-fridge can I bring? Is it really that cold? As incoming freshman moving into a college dorm for the first time, we had those same questions too — which is why we're here to help. Check out these five tips for Move-in Day.

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We've seen the "Ithaca is gorges" bumper stickers, and we agree: the waterfalls, the lake, and the state parks are beautiful and signature Ithaca landmarks. But what casual visitors might not notice are the Ithaca College Natural Lands, 560 acres located on and across campus and in the nearby town of Newfield. Students and faculty use the Natural Lands for everything from classroom instruction and outside field research projects to cross country practice. Realizing we had never fully explored the wooded paths in IC's own backyard, we took advantage of the sunny summer weather and wandered the trails.

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As soon as IC students finish their last exams on the South Hill, most pack up and leave for their summer vacations, jobs, or internships back home with astonishing speed. But not everyone heads home for the three-month break. If some upperclassmen could pass along one piece of advice, it's this: spend at least one summer in Ithaca. 

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