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fall 2011

Few musicians get the chance to conduct at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater, the 92nd Street Y, Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center, and Symphony Space. Fewer still get the chance to conduct at these top venues within five years of graduating from college. But as assistant conductor of the Young People’s Chorus (YPC) of New York City, Sophia Miller ’06 is one of those few. 


For some stroke survivors, getting themselves out of bed, making breakfast, and getting dressed for the day is a seemingly impossible task. Ithaca College health sciences students are helping to make these things possible for many of these people. 


Relieved to escape the London chill, I scanned my ID card, swung open the door, and entered a bustling newsroom with new faces. I reached back to pull off my jacket. 


What do you get when you cross a top-notch computer science program with the resources of a world-renowned communications program?


When I got the e-mail from my professor—“Well, you got one. A good one. Congratulations,” an internship at IBM was the last thing I expected to receive. All sorts of things were going through my head: Is IBM even around anymore? Do they still make computers? Where is Armonk, New York? And, most importantly, what am I going to learn about advertising from a company that I haven’t seen an ad for in, well, ever? 



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