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fall 2007

This past spring, staff, faculty, and journalists attended the official groundbreaking for construction on the College’s new Gateway Building. “The Gateway Building will provide prospective students and other visitors with an exciting first impression of Ithaca College—it will be the portal through which the campus experience begins,” said...

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Rory Kennedy, cofounder and president of Moxie Firecracker Films, is coming to Ithaca January 28 to give a lecture titled “The Camera Doesn’t Lie: Social Change through Documentary Filmmaking” in conjunction with the launch of the Park School’s new Center for Independent Media and a related conference. Passionate about human rights and...

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Following the success of Ithaca College interns at the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino, Italy, the Roy H. Park School of Communications will send a delegation of students to Beijing, China, to work as NBC Sports interns for the 2008 Olympic Games. The internship, open to current juniors and seniors, will start next August and end in time for the 2008 fall semester....

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A. Definitely, but parking costs are higher for freshmen, and there is just one parking lot reserved for first-year students. If you don't bring a car you can get around town easily on the TCAT bus, by calling a cab, or by carpooling with a friend. 

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A. About 2,800 work-study jobs are available at IC each year. To be considered for one, you’ll need to submit the FAFSA. If you qualify for work-study, you’ll most likely start in dining services. After your first semester you can search the JobShop database for positions at the library, Campus Center, Fitness Center, and other places. There are lots...

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