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By Emily Hopkins

When asked why and how she came to embrace the idea that raw food is better than cooked food, Samantha Abrams answers quickly, “It is better for you!” Healthful enzymes, she points out, get killed at high temperatures. “It feels so good to feed your body...

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Kaitlyn McQuaid ’10, who created our imaginative cover image and contributed some of the other photography for this story, is a photography major at Ithaca College.

“Photography has become my field of choice because it allows me to explore so many...

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Take a fond memory, throw in a touch of learning, add a lifelong friend, meet students — and you have Ithaca’s first Alumni and Homecoming Weekend.  by Keith Davis

A campus tour guide during her student days, Helen Peck Legato ’89 knew her way around IC. But the campus has changed a lot since Helen was an...

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The Handwerker Gallery brings art to life through hands-on courses, interdisciplinary salons, and, yes, thought-provoking exhibitions. By Sherrie Negrea


“Every time I enter a museum, I feel my heart skip a beat because I am going to experience real live works of art,” says Cheryl Kramer, assistant professor of art history and director of the Handwerker...

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The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity celebrates 10 years of opening minds. by Lorraine Berry

The week of October 15, 2009, a justice of the peace in Louisiana refused a multiracial couple a marriage license. Ten months into the presidency of a biracial man, in an era pundits have declared “post-racial,” such overt acts of racism seem...

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