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IC Fuse Fall 2014

Written by Fuse Staff

The cover of the Fall Fuse issue

The Fall 2014 issue of Ithaca College Fuse goes beneath the surface to share new stories about students and the opportunities they found at IC.

Discover how Elitsa Stoyanova '14 has been doing research that may lead to better treatments for anxiety disorders, and how Sarah Flade '14 turned her internship at MasterCard into a full-time job. Find out how student leaders and a host of on-campus organizations are making changes in the world around them, and how a firm footing in environmentalism supercharged the aspirations of an architectural studies student. And learn how a senior brought the music of Disney to the IC community, with a lot of help from his friends, and involving Bob Iger '73 himself.

Those stories and a whole lot more are all in the latest issue:

  • A Priceless Opportunity: Sarah Flade '14 jumpstarts her career by turning her internship at MasterCard into a full-time job
  • Beneath the Surface: Undergrad student research is essential in the search for the relationship between anxiety and genetics
  • Cue the Magic: Josh Condon '14 directs a cast of 150 to bring the music of Disney to a sold out Ford Hall
  • Breaking the News: Communication alumni excel as broadcasters across the country
  • Blueprint for the Future: Architectural studies grad combines love of nature and art to build his future–and ours
  • Making Change: Students learn to lead on campus, and in the world
  • Working on a Weight Problem: Physical therapy student teams up with the School of Business to make an idea a reality

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And check out these quick reads and profiles:  

Inside Ithaca

Outside Ithaca​

​After Ithaca

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