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The international background of politics professor Asma Barlas does more than just contribute to her teaching style -- it’s a big part of what she teaches. In and out of the classroom, Barlas challenges her Ithaca College counterparts to examine their beliefs and assumptions and view the world through a global lens.

Barlas grew up in Pakistan and studied English literature...

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Scholarships can defray the cost of college, though applying for them is not always an exciting process. IC offers a truly unique scholarship experience -- a scholarship for an educational experience obtained through service -- in Africa. Students with majors in either the Roy H. Park School of Communications or the Department of Politics are eligible to apply for the Reginald...

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The train car screeched to a stop, the brakes let out a slow hiss, and the doors slid open. I stepped off the train and into the dark, haze-filled tunnel, people swarming around me. I was dressed in my new suit and tie, and my briefcase contained a couple of folders along with maps of the city. I was hesitant, but I felt like a million dollars. It was my first day as a United States Senate...

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