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When Bryan Roberts was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 30, he had a very important question for the doctor.
Naya Griles and the IC African Drumming and Dance Ensemble score big during halftime at Cortaca.
With a special pathogen research opportunity, Eva Chebishev took a big step into the microverse.
Sparked by the mass response to the new “Transformers” films, IC professor Alison Shields is studying “Nostalgia Marketing.”
A partner at a real estate firm, Ken Fisher still makes time to devote countless hours to a philanthropic enterprise.
It all adds up: Jamie Woodworth makes the grade on a notoriously challenging international mathematics competition.
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Studios, stages, clinics, and laboratories help you hone your craft, whether you’re in the arts, health fields, business, media, or sciences.
U.S. News & World Report thinks quite highly of us. We’ve been in the top 15 of their regional university rankings for almost 30 years straight.
Natural splendor is never in short supply in Ithaca, including cascading water. "Ithaca is gorges” for a reason.