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Got a funny bone? How about a favorite joke? Do you yearn for the yuks, live for the laughs? If you’re a comedian (or comedienne) at heart, Ithaca College offers not one, but two creative outlets for your comic talent.

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Got brains? Or, rather, do you want to study them? Ithaca College’s neuroscience program trains students in all things brainy and is a hub of fascinating research and activity on South Hill.

"Neuroscience is hugely popular around the country. There’s clearly an interest out there,” says Jean Hardwick,...

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When  FLEFF intern Siobhan Cavanagh '12, a cinema and photography major, met film director John Valadez, she could not believe how truly interested he was in talking with her. “We talked about my intentions in going into film, and we talked about his experience and breaks in the industry,” she said. “It was really awesome to meet an award-winning director who is actually...

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A question from the " Fuse Guide to Surviving (and Thriving!) Your First Year" answered by eight current IC students

Karin Edsall '12: After visiting a few colleges and reviewing what they had to offer, I found that Ithaca was the clear choice. The many majors the College offers caught my attention, and stepping onto this...

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A question from the " Fuse Guide to Surviving (and Thriving!) Your First Year" answered by eight current IC students

Riley Dunn ‘12: I had a lot of concerns about going to college. I worried about being on my own in such a large environment. Making friends was also on my mind even though I am a very social person. For...

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