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winter 2007

I already felt I was a step behind when I first began looking at colleges. Most everyone I knew had a focus and goals to achieve. In short, they knew what they wanted to major in. I felt blank without a clear aspiration. Even after high school graduation, I still couldn't answer the question we're all asked throughout childhood: what do you want to be when...

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Freshmen may be the lifeblood of dining hall staffs, but students with a keen eye and a flexible schedule will find that Ithaca holds many employment secrets -- from jobs that are a breath of fresh air and completely different from what you do in school, to jobs that will help prepare you for your future career. Think you’re too cool to wear a hairnet? Here...

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I have always been fascinated with my Cuban background and the Spanish language. My aunt once told me, “Go to a Spanish-speaking country for a few months and you’ll come back speaking Spanish fluently.”

I never really thought it would ever happen; I didn’t think I’d have that kind of opportunity or the courage to move away from home for...

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It’s hard to describe exactly how I felt when I first learned that I would be going to Harlem for a week to observe classes and teach math. The emotion was somewhere between excitement and panic. How was I going to teach in a school that I had never been to before, much less in Harlem? Recently back from that trip, I am excited to say that my experience at...

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It’s funny how things work out. A decade after Danny Green ’85 entered Ithaca College he found himself in Washington D.C., waiting with a crowd of other journalists to get his hands on the public release of evidence in support of the Kenneth Starr report. “I bought a copy, literally ran to Kinko’s, and began making copies and faxing the...

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