As a high-school student, you probably have lots of questions about what IC will really be like. Fuse interviewed eight Ithaca College students about what they were most concerned about as they prepared for college -- and asked what advice they’d give prospective students just like you.
Introducing Our Student Panelists
President and founder of IC Movie Night...
Decked out with face paint and proudly showing their house colors, the residents of IC's Hood and Hilliard Halls met on the Campus Center quad for an epic battle for bragging rights in IC's first Quidditch match.
Yes, Quidditch, as in Harry Potter.
Hood Hall resident assistant and Quidditch photographer Lizzy Honas '11 organized the match between Hood Hall,...
There’s no place like Ithaca College’s HOME.
Located in Terrace 3, HOME (Housing Offering a Multicultural Experience), is one of many specialty-housing communities open to incoming students. Every year HOME welcomes first-year Park and MLK scholars, international students, and students who have specifically applied to be part of the community.
A question from the " Fuse Guide to Surviving (and Thriving!) Your First Year" answered by eight current IC students
Katrina Thoene ‘12: Summer orientation was a great experience, and it helped me figure out which classes I should be taking. I also met many of my classmates. Being on the school's volleyball team was...
It doesn’t matter whether you grew up as an only child or shared a bedroom with your siblings. Living in a small space with someone you hardly know can induce culture shock. Although many roomies bond and become fast friends, others don’t, and conflicts can arise in even the best of relationships. Here are five of the most common roommate friction points and some helpful tips on...