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Bubbles Inside a Bubble Tea Drink

I must say, I'm honored to be one of only two things to stump you all semester long.

A long time favorite of many Ithaca College students, I take on many flavors and variations. 

My home at the Old Teahouse is sure to become one of your favorite places in Ithaca. Be sure to stop by for one of our amazing Bubble Teas!


In the words of Porky the Pig, "That's all, folks!"

It's been a pleasure facilitating this Ithaca-wide game of I-Spy. As finals week is fast approaching, we're all packing up to head home for the semester. Be on the lookout for more blog posts on the Fuse site in 2010!



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A View from Above of a Cup of Tea with... Bubbles?

My alias is Boba - and although I'm on the Cornell side of Ithaca, my friends at IC on South Hill still find a way to visit me (I'm that good).

I come in a variety of sizes and flavors.

I'm a favorite treat for many of the Fuse staffers, including photographer Martha Pace, who got me ready for my close up!

If you asked Martha to describe me, she'd say I'm a "squishy surprise".

Who am I?





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Colorful Where the Wild Things Are Mural Along Route 89

Right you are, Dylan!

My friends and I in this colorful mural might be one of the first things you see when you enter downtown Ithaca. 

If you happen to be driving in at night and can't see the mural, feel free to catch us on the silver screen at the Regal Cinemas in the Ithaca Mall. We'll be there all week!


Catch us if you can! Be on the lookout for our next post.


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A King Holding an Ice Cream Cone Beckons These Wild Things

Some would say that I'm a wild child. For many of you, I'm probably also a childhood memory.

I'm proud to say that I'm now one of the stars of a feature film, which came out this week.

But before I made my big screen debut, I could be seen by visitors to the Ithaca College campus who arrived by way of Route 89 downtown. In fact, I'm still greeting visitors -- like the crowd that came in for today's Open House!

Do you know who I am?


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The Dorothy D. and Roy H. Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise

Right you are, Joan! I am indeed only one of many sustainable features of this beautiful campus landmark.

Bonus points for you as well! My certification is indeed Platinum, which means that according to the criteria for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the U.S. Green Building Council certifies that I have reached the highest level of achievement in these areas. 

This pioneering design inspired professors and staff in the School of Business to incorporate similar principles of sustainability and achievement into their teaching. As former Dean of the Business School Susan West Engelkemeyer states on the School's website, "The new building's dynamic and interactive learning environment provided the energy, inspiration, and opportunity to push a very good curriculum to become truly great."

Kudos to you, School of Business. We give you a big green star.


Fall Break is almost here, and like our great students, this blog is going on a short hiatus! Be on the lookout for our next clue the week of October 19.


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