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Biology professor involves the public in an entomological sleuthing mission.
by Chelsea Theis ’08

Roses, beavers, and bluebirds are all commonly found in New York -- a good thing, as they are the official state flower, animal, and bird. But the state insect hasn’t been, er, spotted in New York in 15 years. The...

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The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the 2008 Ithaca College Faculty Art Show on Tuesday, January 22. Featuring work by 12 faculty in the art; cinema, photography, and media arts; and television-radio departments, the exhibition highlights the diversity of contemporary art practices at Ithaca College.

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Every year, the School of Humanities and Sciences invites proposals for the Fred L. Emerson Humanities Collaboration Award. This fall, the review committee made an award to Nethra Samarawickrema '08 for collaborative work she will undertake with Tom Kerr, associate professor of writing.

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ITHACA, NY—The author of “Animal Liberation”—who believes that animals have the same moral status as humans—will deliver a free public lecture at Ithaca College on Thursday, Dec. 6. Peter Singer is the 2007 Distinguished Speaker in the Humanities, sponsored by the School of Humanities and Sciences. His talk, “The Ethics of What We Eat,” will be held...

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ITHACA, NY—The Ithaca College Theatre production of Alfred Uhry’s “The Last Night of Ballyhoo” will not only bring a Tony Award–winning play to Ithaca audiences, it will also mark longtime faculty member Arno Selco’s last directing project at the college. Performances will take place at 8 p.m. on Dec. 4 and 6-8. Matinees will be offered on Dec. 8 and 9 at...

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