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Competing against over 200 other students, a group from Ithaca College’s Women in Computing organization won “Best Hardware Hack” at the Rochester Institute of Technology's fourth annual WiC Hacks event on Feb. 25 and 26. The competition, which...

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Who was the official banjo player for the New York Yankees? If you answered Cynthia Sayer ’77, then Trivial Pursuit is the game for you. As out-of-left-field as having her name appear on a legitimate game card is, “being hired by George Steinbrenner is even better,” quips the hall of fame banjoist. “Playing in the Yankees...

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The Ithaca College Art Department celebrated the opening of its new Creative Space Gallery in the South Hill Business Park on Tuesday, Feb. 28. The space will serve as both a creator’s studio and an art gallery.

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Ducking beneath the rush of an incoming aircraft, standing atop a lighthouse during a hazardous storm, and running from wild dogs on an early foggy morning may sound like the job of an action movie stuntman, but it’s actually the life of Rob Apse ’09.

Apse, who graduated with a degree in cinema and photography, experienced these misadventures while creating a website...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 9
MUSIC

“Long Ago and Far Away,” a performance by the Concert Band, featuring Susan Waterbury on violin and works by Doss, Kuster and Turina; 8:15 p.m., Ford Hall, Whalen Center.

SATURDAY, MARCH 11
MUSIC

Concert by the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, featuring works by Haydn and...

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