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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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Posted on behalf of Siobhan Cavanagh '12

Four years in high school leads to four years in college and for a cinema major these four years lead to Senior Thesis.

As a cinema major in Ithaca you take two entry-level cinema production classes and at least two advanced cinema production classes. You then take everything you have learned until this point and create a professional...

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Posted on behalf of Francine Price '12

It’s hard to believe that four years ago to this weekend I was getting ready to come to Ithaca to be interviewed for the Park Scholarship. Having already been accepted to IC, interviewing for this award was one of the final steps (although an unexpected one) in preparing for a successful college career. While applying to colleges and for...

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Posted on behalf of Samuel McCann '12

I live about a twenty-minute metro ride from the center of Washington, D.C. In high school, I did a lot of journalism based out of the city; I’d catch a train in, do a few interviews, and sometimes even meet with media professionals while downtown. I’d also gone to antiwar protests in DC, spent time at big media outlets, and just...

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Submitted on behalf of Meghan Rindfleisch '12

This past February, I had the opportunity to see Jamie Tworkowski, founder of To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA, for short), at Cornell University. For those of you who don’t know what TWLOHA is, allow me to explain: it’s a non-profit organization dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for those struggling with suicide,...

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Submitted on behalf of Shaun Poust '12

As you get more credits and pre-requisites under your belt, you have the opportunity to interact more intimately with professors who share common interests. One avenue for this is more advanced, seminar-style classes; another is independent studies. Both focus on very specific topics and explore them in depth. The topics are usually of special...

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