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IC Fuse Spring 2017

Written by Fuse Staff

The Spring 2017 Cover

The Spring 2017 issue of Fuse features some great content, from one alumnus' experience helping with children with disabilities to an alumna's work treating children to a day on the Mystic River. Those stories and a whole lot more are all in the latest issue:

Feature Stories:

  • Cover Story: No Filter- This photo essay showcases some of the many hands-on experiences Ithaca College students take part in.
  • Creating Networks: Lisa Familaro '16 created the Business Professions Week to help current business students learn more about possible career paths.
  • Hoops and Dreams: Khalil Griffith '16 is serving as a mentor for underprivileged children through a nonprofit youth basketball program he's started.
  • An Ever-Growing Thirst: Traveling across the globe has allowed Taylor Graham '16 to explore the water crisis in northern India.
  • Meaningful Victories: Former wrestler Jules Doliscar '13 continues to rack up victories after graduation by working with children with disabilities as an occupational therapist for the Franziska Racker Centers.
  • Music as Medicine: Students in the School of Music are working with residents at a local adult residential facility, and making breakthroughs in memory care.
  • On the Water: Rani Jacobson '14 is bringing the Mystic River to a group of children through her work with the Canoemobile program.

Web Exclusive and Multimedia Stories:

  • Lending a Hand: Ryan Bouricius '17 used a 3D printer to create a prosthetic hand for those in need.
  • Hoops and Dreams: Watch more about Khalil Griffith's '16 nonprofit youth basketball league

And check out these quick reads:

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Outside Ithaca



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