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At its annual
fall meeting the Ithaca College Board of Trustees reviewed the
latest version of a proposed master plan for campus facilities
development. Board members also participated in the rededication
of Muller Chapel and a memorial service for president emeritus
James J. Whalen.
Institutes Distinguished Speaker Series will continue with
a talk by Robert B. Friedland, director of the Center on an Aging
Society at Georgetown University --- "More People with Chronic
and Disabling Conditions: Who Will Be There to Care?"
and dancers from the Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic faith communities
performed as part of the Muller Chapel rededication.
organizations are sponsoring "Quran, Jihad, 9/11: A Muslim
Perspective" --- a panel discussion to help provide a Muslim
point of view on the events of September 11.
Theatre’s first musical of the 2001-2 season, the Tony Award-winning
Parade, explores themes of human tragedy and prejudice
in telling the true story of Leo Frank, who was unjustly tried
for the 1913 rape and murder of an Atlanta teenager.
Performance of Parade Slated
A special benefit performance has been added with all proceeds
going to help families affected by the September 11 terrorist
attacks in the United States.
produced by assistant professor of television-radio Gordon Webb,
Steal-Away is the fictional account of Jacob, a slave who
makes his way north to freedom prior to the Civil War.
Art Series continues with Imaging the Metropolis: Views of
Paris a Century Apart, featuring the images of 19th-century
etching master Charles Méryon and the 20th-century photographs
of Jules Backus.
is one of 56 Division III schools to receive a $5,000 grant from
the National Collegiate Athletic Association as part of its Division
III Initiative Task Force strategic plan.
College faculty and staff are invited to attend the second annual
Ithaca College Benefits Fair. Sponsored by the Office of Human
Resources, the event offers a chance to learn more about benefits,
community resources, and campus services.
Editor: Keith Davis
Writers: Erik Kibelsbeck, Dave Maley
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