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Bomber football program's 2011 bone marrow drive leads to a successful transplant

By Mike Warwick

Adam Bienstock '13 started playing football as a freshman at Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood, New Jersey. He played for four years then played as a freshman and sophomore at Ithaca College before deciding to hang up his cleats. His career was similar to those of the...

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Randi Zuckerberg speaks with students about the power of social media

Randi Zuckerberg, former Facebook marketing director and older sister to Facebook cocreator Mark Zuckerberg, came to IC in November, two days after the Wall Street Journal reported that the social network might make an initial public offering in excess of $100 billion.

The Internet...

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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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