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A. If you’re undecided, Ithaca has an Exploratory Program that gives you until the end of your sophomore year to choose a major. Be sure to enroll in classes from as many different areas as possible. Your academic adviser will help you plan a schedule of courses that spark your curiosity. Take a couple classes with familiar subjects, like history or science, and...

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A. Many students find that their closest friends are the ones that they lived with freshman year. However, if you get stuck with a bad roommate or unfriendly floormates, don’t worry—there are many opportunities to meet people. I’ve made good friends by getting involved in different clubs, such as IC Unbound (a dance group) and Community Plunge....

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A. While the appeal of a large, Division I school is enticing, being surrounded by tens of thousands of students, faculty, and staff every day certainly takes out the personalized touch college is supposed to have. On a smaller campus like Ithaca you get to see people you know and form closer relationships with friends and professors. It's easy to...

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A. There’s usually plenty to do on campus thanks to groups like IC After Dark, but when you venture off campus, there’s no shortage of things to do. For movie buffs, there are three theaters, and the Commons offers more than enough different restaurants and shops to spend your time in. If you go across town to the East Hill, you can...

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He's the most decorated British journalist to date and widely considered one of the best foreign correspondents in theworld. I March, he visited Ithaca. Robert Fisk, a Middle Eastern correspondent for the British newspaper, the Independent, presented "Observations on the U.S. and the Middle East," as part of the Park Distinguished Visitor Series....

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