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I remember when



“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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The "bunkers" volunteered as firefighters in exchange for free housing in the firehouse.

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Donald W. Therrien ’59, music major on trumpet and minor on violin, has been a professional musician his entire life, but he still remembers drilling with the IC marching band.

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Mary Arlin '61 reminisces about the building that was at the heart of a young IC.

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Jack Cantwell reminisces about his Ithaca College experience. 

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