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London -- Meghan Musnicki, a 2005 Ithaca College graduate and member of the United States Olympic rowing team, won a gold medal Thursday morning with the women's 8. The U.S. won its second straight gold medal, leading the race from the start and beating Canada by a half length.

Musnicki, who rowed in gold-medal winning boats at the World Rowing...

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The library isn't the only place to get your brain churning. From the pub to the chapel pond, students find spots all over campus to hit the books and get inspired, depending on your preferred study environment. From the perspective of the student hard at work, Fuse photographer Krystal Cannon '14 captured a few of popular study spaces on campus. 

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 ITHACA, NY — Young people interested in health care fields will have the opportunity to explore career possibilities while getting a taste of college life at HealthQuest, a weeklong program being held at Ithaca College. Running from July 9 to 13, the residential camp is for central New York high school students entering grades 10 and 11 this fall.

The participants will be...

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ITHACA, N.Y. - Tucker Healy (Needham, Mass./Needham), who recently completed his career with the Ithaca College baseball team, has been selected on the third day of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Healy was picked by the Oakland Athletics in the 23rd round with the 709th pick. He's the first Bomber drafted since Shane Wolf and Bryan Gardner were taken in the 2008 draft. He graduated...

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 ITHACA, NY — “The Ithacan,” the weekly student newspaper at Ithaca College, has been named the best non-daily student paper in the country for 2011 by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). The award will be presented at the organization’s national convention in September in Ft....

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