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Ithaca College has a number of rituals and rites of passage that have been handed down through the generations. While some, like Scampers and the downtown homecoming parades, no longer survive, there are many that carry on today

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While Ithaca College celebrated its 125th anniversary, Tompkins County commemorated its bicentennial in a yearlong celebration that concluded in April. The festivities included a Toast to Tompkins Day in Trumansburg, an exhibit at the History Center in Ithaca, and even a 10-foot- tall birthday cake that was part of the Ithaca Festival parade. The commission placed signs in each of the nine...

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“Most of the girls who I knew were in sororities. I was part of Delta Phi Zeta, and I lived in Williams Hall. It was great because we could drink at 18, but we had curfews every night: 10:30 p.m. during the week, 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, and 1:30 a.m. on Sunday. However, I learned how to avoid those. Our years were known as the transition years. They didn’t want people to live...

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125th anniversary a time for reflection

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Business and communication students assisted at Winter Games

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