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International study is an important part of higher education.

Understanding a variety of cultures has always been a valuable ability, and perhaps at no other time in history has it been as critical for success—not only in one’s career, but in all aspects of life. The world is more interconnected than ever, and this trend will only...

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Fulbrights, Vergiu Cornea, LGBT, Lee Bailey, and Deborah Buffton

Double Fulbrights in 1986
Having been a Fulbright recipient as well as an Ithaca College graduate, I read with great interest David Maley’s article “Fulbright Scholars Galore” (“South Hill Today,” 2006/4)....

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ICView intern Zeke Wright ’07 shares musings upon graduation from Ithaca College. 

College has been weird. I was supposed to know where I was going by now — or at least have some inkling. Instead, I leave feeling slightly older, slightly more well-read, and just as hopelessly lost. I came into this period of my life expecting to be...

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A writing professor argues that his is an interdisciplinary—and indispensable—craft that should be universally taught.
by Anthony Di Renzo

Ten years ago the University of Colorado at Boulder and New Mexico University developed a software program called Intelligent Essay Assessor (IEA). Through latent semantic analysis, IEA...

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As an Ithaca High School lineman he tackled running back Ernie Davis (who went on to become a Syracuse all-American and the first African American to win the Heisman trophy). At IC, where he majored in physical education, he was on not only the football team but the wrestling team as well. All along he had one career goal in mind: to be a coach.

Ed Michael...

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