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NFL Hall of Famer and Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page stood before some 1,300 graduates and their guests at Ithaca College's 113th Commencement on May 18 and asked, "What's wrong with this picture? How is it that we have a former football player speaking at a commencement ceremony? After all, we know that football players are nothing more than dumb jocks."

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As competition to attend Ithaca heats up, we look at how admission finds the students who will be a “perfect fit.”     by Sherrie Negrea

Meg Schneider ’11 knew from the age of seven, when she landed a part in Peter Pan at a community theater in Houston, that she wanted to perform on Broadway. To train for her budding career she...

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Student uses travel grant funded by an IC parent to study a nearly extinct culture.   by Greg Ryan ’08

The Greek islands of Rhodes and Crete once featured a flourishing Jewish culture. Today that culture is almost extinguished, as nearly the entire Jewish population of the islands perished or was dislocated...

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ITHACA, NY—Meeting in New York City Feb. 27–28, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees approved a budget that continues the college’s implementation of its Institutional Plan and sets tuition rates for the 2008–9 academic year.

Ithaca College undergraduate tuition for next year will be $30,606, with fees for room (standard...

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ITHACA, N.Y. – In a victory that exceeded the wildest expectations of Ithaca College administrators, the college has not only met its $115 million goal for the largest comprehensive capital campaign in its history, but surpassed it by raising a total $145 million.

 “The last week has been a whirlwind,” said Vice...

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