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Founded at Ithaca College in 1928, the Oracle Honor Society’s membership includes the top 10% of students in each school after their first full academic year. Oracle is founded upon the symbol of the star. The five points represent the attributes of excellence for which members of Oracle aspire: Scholarship, Leadership, Loyalty, Service, and Character. The laurel wreath around the star represents the achievements of Oracle members. The wall represents the courage and fortitude shown in order to achieve the ideals of the society, and the light is a beacon for Oracle members in the future. The olive branch is the emblem of peace - the talisman for all Oracle members.

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Dr. Chris McNamara was recently invited to speak at the 2011 World Aquatic Health Conference (sponsored by the National Swimming Pool Foundation), held in Seattle Washington October 12-14.

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Barb Belyea, clinical associate professor in the physical therapy department, was recently interviewed for the October issue of PT in Motion, a monthly magazine published by the American Physical Therapy Association.

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 Tuesday, October 11th at 7PM in CHS 211: Come see Cynthia Templeton talk about Push To Walk, a non-profit organization that helps individuals with spinal cord injuries realize their individual potential!

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Ellie Phillips-Burdge earned a Bachelor of Music (1998) and a Masters of Physical Therapy degree (2010), both from Ithaca College.  She is currently living in Ithaca with her husband and has opened a new private practice, Rhythm Physical Therapy, that collaborates music with physical therapy. 

On October 10th, from 4-5pm in Hockett Family Recital Hall, Ellie will attend a trombone repertoire class led by Dr. Hal Reynolds.  The rep class will feature current music students on trombone playing solo repertoire while she offers helpful tips and words of wisdom on how to be a healthier musician from a physical therapy perspective.  She will also address performance anxiety problems and other physical ailments that can be related to playing an instrument or the voice.  The class is open to anyone that would like to attend. 

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