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A School of Business alumnus invested in the future of Ithaca students—literally.

This generous, anonymous donation will help create an investment track for finance students. It is also supporting a new hedge fund course that gives students the chance to manage a hedge fund with real money.


Most people don't realize that musicians can suffer health issues as a result of their profession, but they can. Carpal tunnel syndrome, stress injuries, and back pain are just a few of the problems they may suffer due to repetitive practicing and performing.


Last spring, an IC 20/20 class entitled Launching a Green Living Magazine gave students an inside look at magazine publishing.


An exciting new minicourse in the Roy H. Park School of Communications had ABC News anchors Diane Sawyer and David Muir ’95 interacting with students via Skype.


You know the instructions for glue: Apply to a clean, dry surface. So how do snails, slugs, and oysters stick to wet, slimy surfaces so ferociously you’d need a chisel to get them off? That’s what IC biology professor Andy Smith studies—he believes the adhesive secretions of mollusks have potentially valuable medical applications. And students collaborate with him on this research.


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