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Changing the World

Ingrid Frank has faced adversity all her life. A Jew, Frank fled to the United States at age 12 to escape Nazi Germany. By her early teens she was a human rights activist. In the 1960s Frank worked in the civil rights movement; she was arrested and served 10 days in a Washington, D.C., jail for participating in the “Poor...

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Grades had nothing to do with this honor roll, but it’s certainly something to be proud of. Ithaca College was one of 33 New York state institutions—out of almost 500—named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service.

The distinction is given to colleges and...

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Over the years Ithaca College has had tremendous success with one student winning a Fulbright award every year or two. Last year, for the second time, two IC students won Fulbright awards.

This year, three IC seniors have won this prestigious award. Kelly Helin will be going to Bulgaria to teach and conduct research on teaching in Bulgarian high...

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Last year 11 Ithaca College graduates joined the Peace Corps, bringing to 125 the number who have volunteered since President John F. Kennedy began the organization in 1961.

Volunteers serve in developing countries throughout the world, creating and developing self-sustaining projects in numerous disciplines such as education, community development,...

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The Ithacan took home a Pacemaker and an Online Pacemaker Award for the 2005–6 academic year and a first place Best in Show Award for the October 12, 2006, issue, awarded by the Associated Collegiate Press and the Newspaper Association of America Foundation. This was the fourth time that the Ithacan has won the Pacemaker.

The paper...

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