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fall 2011

The leaves are just starting to turn a brilliant shade of red-orange on the Ithaca College campus, which means fall, and the latest issue of Fuse is here, stuffed with stories from our staff of student writers and photographers. 


Eleanor Henderson has lived up to the saying “practice what you teach” with a whirlwind summer after her debut novel Ten Thousand Saints was published by Ecco.


When Carl Daikeler '86 entered Ithaca College as a corporate organizational media major (similar to IC’s current B.S. in communication management and design), he had no idea that he would eventually be rallying to end the trend of obesity in the United States.


The students selected for the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar Program have big shoes to fill. They combine their undergraduate careers at Ithaca College with community service, a civil rights trip, and international excursions to expand their own worldviews.


Ithaca’s won its share of national championships (15 team and 25 individual titles), but never before have three different athletes won individual honors in the same year, let alone the same season. Here are IC’s national champions from 2011.


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