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As undergraduates, many theater arts management students intern on tour shows such as Grease and Spring Awakening. Graduates of the program land behind-the-scenes jobs on Broadway (Jersey Boys, Wicked), in Vegas (Cirque du Soleil, Rent), and everywhere in between.


With “interdisciplinary” the new buzzword in the halls of academia, Ithaca College’s certificate program in international business, launched in 2000, now seems prescient.


During fall break, I was part of a group of 12 students, mostly journalism or writing majors, who visited magazine writers and editors in New York City to learn about the business and network with alumni.



My classmate Charles and I were on the first day of excavations and had been working for less than half a day when we made the find: a beautifully incised 1,100-year-old decorated pipe bowl. The thrill of discovery is exactly why I am an anthropology major, which combines academically based education with hands-on experience.


Histories of past cultures have always interested me, but I was drawn to Professor Jack Rossen’s Archaeological Field School at Levanna, near the shores of Cayuga Lake, because I’d get to work alongside the descendants of the Cayuga people who had lived there more than a thousand years ago.


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