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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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A: Although students are allowed to have cars their freshman year, many don't bother because it's easy to get around town without one. The TCAT (Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit) bus service runs every day, and most routes run every half hour. The TCAT bus takes students from IC to the Commons, Pyramid Mall, Wegmans, and many other places in the...

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A: There are lots of options for students who follow specialized diets. For students who are allergic to milk, all of the dining halls carry soy milk or rice milk. At the Terrace Dining Hall there is the Kosher Kitchen. You'll find salad bars in all the dining halls, but the Campus Center Dining Hall also has a vegan section. And the Towers Dining...

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A. There are plenty of theater opportunities at Ithaca. The programs offered by the Department of Theatre Arts are highly competitive, so it is very difficult for non-majors to earn...

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A. It’s easy to have a close relationship with your professors at IC. Most of the faculty I’ve encountered have been warm and inviting and want you to thrive at Ithaca. The classes in your major will usually range anywhere from 10 to 20 people. Intro classes will often be larger than this and may have dozens of students. These are rare, however, and the...

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