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spring 2007

He jumps on tables and chairs. He moves like a cheetah on caffeine. He makes fun of students. And he yells--a lot.

He's also widely considered one of the best professors Ithaca College has to offer. When you talk with Stephen Mosher, you can tell something is different. Maybe it’s his body language and his unforgettable outbursts, or maybe...

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The Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar Program at Ithaca College offers students a chance to broaden their cultural perspective and experience global service by traveling internationally.

As a sophomore MLK scholar, I recently had the opportunity to travel to Seoul, South Korea, where we explored South Korean culture and examined the concept of...

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There I hung, a petite 12-year-old dangling happily from a complicated web of ropes and pulleys. Having spent countless hours developing my ascent up the tree, I felt blissfully at home.

Over the years my parents made many attempts to focus my primate activity into something a bit more organized: dance, gymnastics, and rock climbing, to name...

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When my friend Matt asked me to go on a trip with him to Louisiana over winter break, I thought it would be your typical college vacation—lots of partying, no work, no worries.

But it wasn’t. It was a chance to help heal the wounds that Hurricane Katrina had inflicted on the Gulf Coast when it hit more than a year-and-a-half...

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As a music composition major, I arrived on campus freshman year with a dream: to write a musical that would one day be performed as part of IC’s main-stage season. With the help of my professor, mentor, and friend Greg Woodward, that dream is about to become a reality.

Senior year of high school I had read my...

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