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Spring 2012

Susannah Faulkner '10 is ready for a food right. And she hopes you'll join her.


Mike Potter ’07 had one main goal when he graduated from Ithaca College: start his own company by age 25. He has done that and so much more. Potter came into IC as a Park Scholar majoring in television-radio, but he graduated with majors in television-radio, computer information systems, and business administration. “I felt it was so unique—my ability to take a class in park, my next class in the computer science department, and my following class in the business school,” he says.


Anthropology is the study of the human species, their cultures, and their development over time. To truly explore this type of work, anthropology majors at Ithaca College participate in fieldwork prior to graduation. Two anthropology majors recently embarked on two very different cultural immersion experiences last spring.


Pay attention, world! Someone new is about to take you by storm! Meghan Rindfleisch '12 was already a community leader when she walked onto Ithaca College's campus. In high school, she served as captain of the cross-country team, president of their Amnesty International chapter, and student government president and secretary for the senior class. It's not surprising then that as an incoming freshman, Rindfleisch was awarded a Leadership Scholarship.


I came to Ithaca College in 2007 excited about all the things I would learn and all the ways my knowledge would expand. I was ready to meet people who wanted to advance themselves and take every opportunity presented to them.



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