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Tips to keep you safe and sound on campus

From Big Ten athletics to breakthrough discoveries in science, college students make headlines all the time. Unfortunately, the news also contains embarrassing, sometimes tragic, and usually preventable accidents. When it comes to campus safety, it’s probably better to stay off the front page. One of the...

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Carly Willsie (a class of 2010 journalism major from East Berne, New York) chats with fellow Park scholar Daniel Haack (a class of 2010 integrated marketing communications major from Mount Horeb, Wisconsin) about the wonderful opportunities he has had as a Park scholar.

CARLY: What...

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Even the Times knows that Ithaca is gorges! The town of Ithaca was featured in The New York Times article "Homecomings Amid the Gorges."

The article highlights the lively arts scene, top-notch cuisine, and beautiful views that are all to be had in Ithaca. It even mentions some Ithaca traditions, like the Ithaca Farmer’s Market, the renowned wineries,...

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High school was jam packed for me. In addition to staying on top of my schoolwork, I participated in theater, played basketball, and helped plan a few senior events. I was also a member of several clubs. Before I left for college I started to wonder what life would be like without all of those clubs and activities that I had grown to love. I didn’t want those things to end. Luckily, when...

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I recently got to “live the dream,” which is the way I refer to my post-Ithaca life. After graduating from Ithaca College, I decided to participate in the British Universities North America Club (BUNAC) Work in Britain program and resided in the charming area of Dulwich, southeast London, for six months. I always knew I wanted to do something different after graduating college and...

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