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Project Look Sharp helps the Himalayan nation reconcile TV and tradition 

Thirteen years ago, Bhutan became the last nation in the world to introduce television to its citizens. Since then, the people of Bhutan have tried to balance the influences of Western media with long-held cultural values.

Last winter, the government of Bhutan reached out to IC’s...

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Ithaca College’s Department of Physics got a nice plug when associate professor Matthew Sullivan was featured on the November 9 episode of the Colbert Report on Comedy Central.

Sullivan demonstrated the power of quantum physics by suspending a cup of Colbert’s Americone Dream ice cream above a magnetic track. The cup levitated, as a result of superconducting...

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Technology gives a modern spin to studying history

This summer, 10 Ithaca College students will stroll down the Champs-Elysées in Paris with iPads in hand. The City of Light will serve as their classroom and the high-tech tablets as their textbooks.

The art history and computer science departments at the College collaborated to create an...

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This fall the Ithaca College School of Music began live streaming its concerts. The Internet service was a big hit, with many parents writing in to say how much they enjoyed it.

Major General Arthur Bartell wasn’t able to attend his son’s concert during Family Weekend because he was deployed to Iraq, but he was able to watch the live web stream. He wrote to Greg Woodward,...

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Hear the latest sports news from Ithaca College coaches and student-athletes with the recently launched Bomber podcasts. Ithaca coaches and athletes will provide weekly updates throughout each season. Topics will include game recaps and previews, player profiles, and behind-the-scenes information from each team. The podcasts...

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