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School of Health Sciences and Human Performance

For most college students, classes involve a classroom, homework is done in the library, and dorm rooms are meant for studying and sleeping.

For outdoor adventure and leadership (OAL) majors, classes and homework are done outdoors, and fieldwork may have students sleeping anywhere from a tent to a snow cave.

Check out this video of the OAL immersion...

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Jumping rope is more than just a pastime for Liz Butterfield '10.

At the age of 22, this Ithaca College clinical exercise major holds national titles, including Grand National Champion for Women’s Single Rope Freestyle in 2009.
 

Check out Butterfield's competition routine below:

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My intimate look at therapeutic recreation: Through the years, Ithaca College has developed a strong and meaningful relationship with students and teachers of the Franziska Racker Center, a nonprofit organization founded in 1948 that serves children, adolescents, and adults with special needs.

Once a week a group of about 20 young children from the center are bused to...

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Here's a roundup of the latest Ithaca sports news.

Sport and Sexuality Converge at Conference

This week, the College hosts the Sport, Sexuality, and Culture Conference. Eric Anderson, an internationally known expert in the area of masculinity, sport, and sexuality and a lecturer at the University of Bath, opens the conference with a keynote address. Former NBA player, author,...

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Last spring an invitation went out to senior occupational therapy majors to join a unique research opportunity. Julie Dorsey, assistant professor of occupational therapy, was looking for  students to help conduct a needs assessment for the Ithaca Free Clinic. I had often wondered about the clinic, and I jumped at the chance to be involved with this research.

The Ithaca...

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