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She’s traveled, taught, and performed all over the world, but when it comes to Ithaca College, Associate Professor Cynthia Henderson plans on staying put.

And that’s not just good news for the theater arts department, but for the entire Ithaca community.

Professor Henderson directed IC's production of The Exonerated. Listen to her students talk about...

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I walked through the glass doors of the Culinary Loft on 515 Broadway and made my way up to the 10th floor.

The California Strawberry Commission was sponsoring a luncheon hosted and prepared by chef CJ Jacobson from season three of Top Chef, who immediately greeted me and ushered me to a table with editors and interns from Parents and Women’s...

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What makes autistic children laugh? This is what associate psychology professor Bill Hudenko and his research team set out to study.

Professor Hudenko recently published the paper “Laughter Differs in Children with Autism: An Acoustic Analysis of Laughs Produced by Children with and without the Disorder,” in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, which...

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Ithaca College Theatre's 2008-09 season featured the demanding, “sung-through” musical A New Brain.

Ben Fankhauser '11 talks about IC's musical theater program and his experience as the lead in A New Brain. Audio slideshow by Nick Deel '09.

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The fusion of chemistry and art: I am an art history major, but I didn't start out that way. I was originally an exploratory student. During that time I fulfilled my general education requirements.

When I was registering for these classes, my adviser informed me about an experimental class called Chemistry and Art.

Huh?

Chemistry and art? Together? Are...

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