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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 20, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Dancers will grace stage for first time in four years

By | Mar 28, 2008

Since early February, students, choreographers and faculty have gathered six nights a week in Dillingham Center to practice for this year’s dance concert, “Dance: No Translation Needed.” The dance show, which is only performed once every four years, will feature jazz, ballet, tap and modern dances. There are a total of six numbers in the…

Alumni explore options in Ithaca after graduation

By | Sep 20, 2007

Part of what gives Ithaca, N.Y., its reputation for diversity and liberal leanings is its unusually large population of college students. Both Ithaca College and Cornell University attract students from a variety of backgrounds. While the majority of students just pass through the area, not everyone decides to leave after graduation. Ithaca has a contingent…

Student musician inspired by ’70s rock

By | Mar 2, 2007

Surrounded by speakers, computers and recording devices, sophomore Ted Rosedale strummed an acoustic guitar and sang melodies in a somewhat cluttered control room last month at Ithaca’s Pyramid Sound Recording Studios. Alex Perialas, a studio producer and lecturer of music theory, history and composition, worked the boards as Mike Parker, a studio musician, recorded the…