Stories

Archive: April 2014


Hard work, discipline, and harmony launches successful app business

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Pleasing the customer within

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Three standouts converge in women's basketball

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Welch also collects Division III coach of the year award

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Master puppeteer celebrates the Rod Serling Conference in Ithaca

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Student took flight in the '70s with President Phillips as pilot.

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From construction barricade to outdoor canvas

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The guts, gore, and boogers that get kids reading

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The Big Mean Sound Machine’s 15 band members make their presence known

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Erin Michael encourages her patients to become active again

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Michael Carey '67 covers Alaska in all its glory

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How Adam Ellick '99 discovered the girl who stood up to the Taliban

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At a time when the economy is still sluggish, there's an undeniable appeal to being your own boss.

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A new contingent of IC students interned at this year's Olympics.

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Thomas Swensen, professor of exercise science and sports studies, knows that watermelon juice can ease sore muscles after exercise. What he is trying to find out is whether it can help lead to a faster recovery - and better performance.

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Gift to fund volunteer community service, learning, and community-based research

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The Chronicle of Higher Education has recognized Ithaca College as a top producer of Fulbright students.

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Annual Business Idea Competition rewards creative thinkers

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Combining the power of students, alumni, and staff to create a dynamic community

 

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Innovative programs allow both groups to grow and thrive

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