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Winter 2011

What better way to celebrate a new season in Ithaca than with a winter festival?


Take an inside look at Ad Lab, one of Ithaca College’s most intense courses, as students master the demands of advertising. Meet students who are putting babies on robots as they work with faculty on research to help children with motor disabilities. Find out how an accounting major combined his studies with his love of cross-country running, and a journalism major found a new career with a museum internship. That and more awaits in the latest issue of Fuse!


Founded in the fall of 2001 after a group of students and faculty recognized the need for additional support for LGBT students, the LGBT Center strives to foster both students’ academic success and personal growth. It also provides opportunities for the greater campus community to learn about LGBT issues and themes.


A sealed envelope was handed to the team captains of each of the nine teams signed up for the first ever Creative Crunch advertising competition, hosted by Park AdVenue, the Ithaca College chapter of the American Advertising Federation. With a “Good luck,” teams tore open their packet and began work on a campaign for their mystery client: Levi’s 501 Jeans.



You may have heard the phrase tabula rasa, but you face a more literal blank slate each year when you arrive for school in the fall: a spare room with clean white walls, a bed, a desk, a bookshelf or desk hutch, and a dresser. Fuse challenged IC students to show us how they transformed their dorm rooms, and we set out to find the best. Take a look at our dorm contest winners and try out these useful tips!


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