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We've seen the "Ithaca is gorges" bumper stickers, and we agree: the waterfalls, the lake, and the state parks are beautiful and signature Ithaca landmarks. But what casual visitors might not notice are the Ithaca College Natural Lands, 560 acres located on and across campus and in the nearby town of Newfield. Students and faculty use the Natural Lands for everything from classroom instruction and outside field research projects to cross country practice. Realizing we had never fully explored the wooded paths in IC's own backyard, we took advantage of the sunny summer weather and wandered the trails.

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It is very important that students and parents make travel plans that correspond with the residence hall openings and closings.  When the residence halls are closed they are not staffed and students are not permitted to remain in the buildings.  Students who need to stay late or arrive early will need to make arrangements to stay at a local hotel or with friends who live off-campus...

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More than 30 IC students are interning at the 2012 London Olympics

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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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