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Diego Vega brings color and culture to Ford Hall.

By Luka Starmer ’11

On May 4, the Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra performed “Música Muisca,” an original piece by well-known Colombian composer Diego Vega. He was invited to write the...

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Nonprofit entrepreneur promotes social enterprise.

By Luka Starmer ’11

A 2008 op-ed printed in Financial Times highlighted this scenario: an individual farsighted enough to have invested $1,000 in Micro-soft when it went public in 1986 would have...

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Praise for Ten Thousand Saints, the debut novel from Ithaca College writing professor Eleanor Henderson, has steadily rolled in since its release in early June. Amazon.com named it best book of the month, and it received strong reviews from the L.A. Times and the New York Times.

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Jewish Iranian singer gives a multimedia performance.

By Gillian Smith ’12

Galeet Dardashti, the granddaughter of Yona Dardashti, renowned singer of Persian classical music and daughter of cantor Farid Dardashti, is the...

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Ellen Staurowsky, professor of sport management and an internationally recognized expert on social justice issues in sport, weighed in to ESPN.com and the Birmingham News (Alabama) in early April on a controversial proposal to give Division I NCAA colleges more freedom to let corporate sponsors use student-athletes for commercial purposes. Currently, the...

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