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For any composer, hearing one’s work played by a prestigious orchestra is as good as it gets. Composer Paul Fowler ’01 debuted his composition Tapu'at at Carnegie Hall in New York City on February 25, 2007, with the New York Youth Symphony. Fowler, who won a composition competition sponsored by the orchestra, says that the piece was inspired...

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Need to work on your karma? The Dalai Lama will visit Ithaca College on October 10 to present “Dharma Talk: Eight Verses on Training the Mind.” His talk will focus on achieving a more compassionate and ideal interaction with the surrounding world.

This is not the first visit to Ithaca for the Dalai Lama. In fact, Ithaca’s...

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A: There are plenty of options! The one that’s closest to varsity play is competitive-level club sports, which are intercollegiate and have set schedules of play. IC also has several recreational sport clubs, which allow you to participate in alternative athletics, from modern and traditional dance to Olympic sports like badminton and table...

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A: If you need medical attention, drop by Ithaca College‘s Hammond Health Center, which is conveniently located in the middle of campus. The accredited center has a staff of doctors, physician’s assistants, lab technologists, and nurses who accept appointments and walk-ins. It also has an on-site pharmacy and the ability to do lab...

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A: Ithaca has active Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish communities, and services are held weekly in Muller Chapel. The chapel is also used for organized prayer, meditation, and other appropriate events.

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