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Old 11-29-2014, 04:43 AM
 
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Check out Boiceville Cottages. They are located in Brooktondale, NY...about fifteen minutes from IC.
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Old 11-29-2014, 08:07 PM
 
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Wells5--IC has nationally-ranked physical therapy, speech pathology, music, Television-Radio, and theater programs. I know their musical theater program draws in folks from around the country.

CA has quite a few top of the line schools for TFT (theater, film, television) of which UCLA is supposedly the best in the world. Of course, the University of California system is highly selective admitting only the top 9% of high school graduates as freshmen. Most all California State colleges also have film, theater, music and video undergraduate majors as does Cal Poly.

I'm trying to point out that it's a challenge and possibly a hardship to uproot yourself and travel 2800 miles to go to school when schools of similar or better quality are close to home and at a low in-state tuition. If I were admitted to Cornell, that would be a different story.
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Old 11-29-2014, 08:47 PM
 
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CA has quite a few top of the line schools for TFT (theater, film, television) of which UCLA is supposedly the best in the world. Of course, the University of California system is highly selective admitting only the top 9% of high school graduates as freshmen. Most all California State colleges also have film, theater, music and video undergraduate majors as does Cal Poly.

I'm trying to point out that it's a challenge and possibly a hardship to uproot yourself and travel 2800 miles to go to school when schools of similar or better quality are close to home and at a low in-state tuition. If I were admitted to Cornell, that would be a different story.
What you also have to consider is the tax credit aspect to make movies, as a possibility, as other states may offer more in order to make movies. I believe that NY State offers better tax credits/offer than CA, as well as other states. That is why areas like Atlanta or Wilmington NC has seen an increase in movie/film production.

Also, the OP may be going for broadcast communications, in which the program at IC has had people go on to work in that field after college. For instance, I know that the Sports director at the ABC affiliate in Syracuse is an IC grad.
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Old 07-20-2015, 03:44 PM
 
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Default CA license, NJ Car, living in Ithaca, NY??

My grand daughter is a Cornell student and I want to buy her a car in NJ, register and insure it there then drive it to Ithaca. The issue is that her primary residence and divers license is for California. Can she have a car in her name using my address in NJ with a CA drivers license and drive the car in NY? Should I put the car in my name with my address and let her drive it in NY with a CA license? What is the best scenario? She wants to keep her CA license since she goes home for the summer and holidays. Any thoughts? Thank you!!
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Old 07-20-2015, 05:08 PM
 
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I think auto insurance is significantly less expensive in the Ithaca area than it is in New Jersey. At least it was decades ago when I graduated and moved from Ithaca to NJ.
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