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Last year Ithaca College participated for the first time in the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, which began in 1987. This spring 25 IC students — 10 from the Park School, 12 from the H&S, and 1 each from HSHP and the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Programs — presented their research at NCUR’s annual gathering, held in April in La Crosse,...

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Documentary students create films in Korea.

Assistant professor of cinema and photography Changhee Chun took students to Seoul, South Korea, last summer for a course in cross-cultural documentation and research (also attended by students from host Hanyang University); it resulted in four short films on a variety of subjects, which were screened in Park Hall during the...

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Campus erupts in spontaneous celebration.

Like students nationwide, IC students held a huge spontaneous celebration in the academic quad on November 4 when they heard the news that Barack Obama had won the hard-fought presidential election. Their festivities were chronicled on CNN.com, which also posted a video shot by Chloe Scutt ’11 (who shot the footage despite not...

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Negative political advertising plays an important role, argues one expert. by Jessica Bachiochi

“Ought a convicted adulteress and her paramour husband to be placed in the highest offices of this free and Christian land?”

This was the question planted in newspapers by supporters of John Quincy Adams in the 1828 presidential...

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An essayist and a poet kick off the year’s writing series. by Jessica Bachiochi ’09 with Maura Stephens

Barbara Hurd’s mother was an artist, her father a practical problem solver. They looked at the world in very different ways. Hurd, an award-winning essayist, draws from both influences to present her view of the natural world. Renowned for her ability to...

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