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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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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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It's an IC tradition: first-year musical theater students cap the year with a cabaret, showcasing their talents and celebrating their changing status from nervous newbies to, well, sophomores.

Cinema and photography major Mitchell Murdock '12 captured video of the entire show.

Here's the opening act. Go to now-second-year musical theater major Ned Donovan's site for...

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This summer, the Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies offers students and the Ithaca community the opportunity to travel to Dharamsala, India, to experience Tibetan life and culture in exile.

For three weeks, participants will connect with the exiled Tibetan community, learn from the Tibetan Dalai Lama, and experience Buddhism from the perspective of Tibetan monks....

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On every episode of the CW’s hit show Gossip Girl, plots are twisted, partners are changed, and some killer outfits are donned as Blair Waldorf and Serena van der Woodsen compete for the place of queen bee. Among the actors portraying these classy, well-dressed high school students is Ithaca College alumna Amanda Setton ’07.

Setton has gone from student...

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