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Octogenarians Joyce ’50 and Quenten Doolittle ’50 are one dynamic duo.

By Judith Pratt

Quenten Doolittle ’50 and Joyce Donahue ’50 met in 1947, when Ithaca College was still in downtown Ithaca. “We met in a...

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After interviewing seven college-age women in its July 2009 issue about why they remain virgins, Cosmopolitan magazine quoted Rebecca Plante, an associate professor of sociology who has studied the sexual habits of college students. “People tend to assume that these women are waiting for religious or moral reasons or they are prudes or they have sexual hang-ups,”...

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Maple syruping, begun as an independent study project, could grow into a student-run business. by Karin Fleming ’09 with Maura Stephens

Wanted: Someone with a lot of patience who is familiar with forestry, biology, chemistry, fire-building, cooking, marketing, and sales. Must enjoy being outside in the snow, mud, and Ithaca’s biting...

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Spencer Finch enlightens with installation art and C. P. Snow lecture.  by Erin McKigney ’09

Like many artists, Spencer Finch has a long list of classic painters whose work he admires and has...

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