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“Ithaca? But it’s so cold!”

I’ve heard that countless times since I chose to attend Ithaca College. Even earlier, in fact: A classmate  in my high school senior year journalism class asked me if I knew Ithaca’s four seasons. When I didn’t get the joke, he laughed and told me: rain, sleet, hail, and snow....

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A Park School student spends a challenging semester building leadership skills in the wilds of New Zealand.  by Katherine Staley ’08

It was the hardest day of my life.

After more than seven hours of hiking up New Zealand’s Rainbow Pass without stopping for food or water, we had finally...

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Fiction writer Lev Raphael speaks on campus about his work bridging sexual orientation and Judaic culture.

Considered one of America’s earliest “second generation” writers, Lev Raphael specializes in fiction that explores the impact of the Holocaust on the children of survivors from the late 1970s onward.

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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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