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Exercise science students teach children that fitness can be fun.


Deborah King, professor or exercise and sport sciences, studies the nuances of salchows and axels, lutzes and toe loops, helping coaches help skaters to make it to the Olympics.


How does a child fill his pillowcase with candy on Halloween night if he isn’t able to say trick or treat? If he’s lucky enough to work with graduate students in the assistive technology lab at the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, he can get hooked up with a mobile communication device that, at the press of a button, will shout it out for him.


Imagine waking up to the sound of a fire bell at three in the morning, venturing into the freezing cold to fight the fire, and returning home to get some shut-eye until maybe six o’clock. That’s when you have morning ice hockey practice. Oh, and your first class starts at eight: gymnastics. Better hope you shaved, because if not, the coach will send you away. For Bob Driscoll '74, M.S. '75, that was campus life at Ithaca College.


The Ithaca women’s soccer team finished the season with a 12-4-0 record and went undefeated in Empire 8 play, thanks in part to athletic training major Caitlin McFadden '10.


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