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ITHACA, NY—They say that first impressions matter most, but when a long-running television series comes to an end, its legacy is often tied to how well — or how poorly — its final episode hits the mark with audiences.

“American Idol” is getting ready to dim the lights for the last time, we will be saying goodbye to “The Good Wife” in a few...

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ITHACA, NY—While they may be spending their Spring Break near a shore this year, several dozen Ithaca College students will be working on something far more important — and fulfilling — than their tans.

Three School of Business students are traveling to the banks of the Yukon River to help rural Alaskans complete their income taxes, while 45 other IC students will...

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MONDAY, MARCH 21
MUSIC

“The Music of Dana Wilson,” an After Dinner Mint faculty showcase concert featuring a tribute to the long and productive career of composer Dana Wilson, the retiring Charles A. Dana Professor of Music Theory, History, and Composition; 7 p.m., Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center.

TUESDAY, MARCH...

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Updated March 16 at 3:00 p.m.

Read more about Ithaca College's 3-D printing lab in the Ithaca Voice: "Pancakes to prosthetics: 3-D printing the future at Ithaca College"

For most college students, pancakes are a fluffy vehicle for maple syrup...

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Last month, the Ithaca College community celebrated Black History Month with a number of events and activities commemorating black history and culture.

One of the month’s highlights was a ...

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