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PS: This Is It.

PS: This Is It.

With graduation on the horizon, Park Scholar seniors reflect on their time at IC

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by Evan Sobkowicz '17

Examining the intersection of emerging media and community service

 

I’ve lived in Ithaca, NY for the last four years, attending Ithaca College as an Emerging Media major and a member of the Park Scholar...

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by Maddy Feiner '17

Entering college four years ago, I was told I would be met with many different types of relationships: the changing relationships with my friends from high school, the formation of relationships with roommates and classmates at Ithaca, the evolution of my relationship with my parents who I would no longer see every day, and maybe even a relationship with the...

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by Kelli Kyle ‘17

The concept of borders has always fascinated me. The tendency to create a separate space for people, places and things based on perceived differences of what they are is so characteristic of being human. It can start as early as childhood – the peas can’t touch the carrots. A “keep out sign” must be boldly displayed on the bedroom door....

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by Evan Sobkowicz ‘17

 

On Monday, we spent the day learning about the history, plants, and animals of Arizona at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. We also went on a hike near Gates Pass and got some great views of the desert and mountain ranges.

Getting a chance to spend time outside Tucson and learn about a whole new array of plants and animals was a...

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By Taylor Graham, Emerging Media

At the conclusion of his seminal text, Desert Solitare, famed conservationist and inveterate bad-boy of the West, Edward Abbey, had a hope for his readers: “May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds.” The moment I came across those...

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