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What was once a patchy piece of grass outside of Williams Hall is now a fully sustainable permaculture garden, full of fresh herbs, colorful plants, and leafy vegetables.


Alex Krasser '09 is not president; he just plays one on stage.


As I feverishly scribble performance notes while watching my best friend Hollis perform a poem from our play Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale, I cannot help but feel like I am back in the African-Latino Society room at Ithaca College. The only difference is that I am no longer directing the annual Spit That! showcase, but rather a professional play that I helped create. 


When I tell friends about my archaeological expeditions to Cyprus, they picture the adventures of Indiana Jones. But mostly what Indy and I have in common are that we get to travel to exotic locales and wear wide-brimmed hats—it’s hot working out in that sun!


What do you get when you cross a top-notch computer science program with the resources of a world-renowned communications program?


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