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Volume 25, No. 8       December 2, 2002
 

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Activist Reporter Will Speak On Media's Wartime Role

Award-winning journalist Amy Goodman will visit the College on Friday, December 13, to speak on "Independent Media in the Time of War." The presentation will begin at 7:00 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

Ithaca College Theatre to Premiere New Farce by Local Playwright

Ithaca College Theatre will present the world premiere of November Girls, written by local playwright Kenny Berkowitz. Performances will be held at 8:00 p.m. on December 3, 5, 6, and 7. There will be 2:00 p.m. matinees on December 7 and 8. All presentations will take place in the Clark Theatre.

Physician To Discuss Humanizing Health Care

Dr. David Svahn, coordinator of the Humanities in Medicine Program at Bassett Healthcare in Coopers-town, will talk on "Humanism in Medicine: A Reasonable Expectation in a Technical Age" at Ithaca College on Monday, December 2.

College Will Help Bring French Film Festival to Ithaca

The Ithaca College Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, School of Humanities and Sciences, and Offices of the Provost and International Programs are joining Cornell University's French Studies Program, the French Embassy, and the 7th Art Corporation of Ithaca in bringing a series of French films to Ithaca.

President of PBS at Ithaca

Pat Mitchell, the president and chief executive officer of the Public Broadcasting Service, listens to communications students during a master class presentation.

Culinary Showcase

Members of the College community were treated to a wide array of gastronomic delights at the Culinary Showcase.

Tis the Season for Giving

The Community Service Program would like to remind all members of the Ithaca College community that there are many ways to help out the less fortunate --- both on campus and off --- during the holiday season.

Symphony to Be Featured

The Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Jeffrey Grogan, will perform Gustav Mahler's Symphony no. 1 (Titan) on Saturday, December 7.

Guest Conductor to Lead Ithaca College Bands

Timothy Reynish, wind ensemble conductor emeritus of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England, will be the guest conductor for two student ensemble performances in December.

Program of Seasonal Music Slated for Winter Choral Concert

Four Ithaca College choral ensembles will provide a holiday program of carols, cantatas, and other seasonal music at the Winter Choral Concert on Sunday, December 8 in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

Management Honor Society Earns Its Own Honors

The Ithaca College chapter of Sigma Iota Epsilon had good reason to cheer at its fall induction ceremony. It won national chapter of the year honors, and two members earned individual recognition from the organization nationwide.

Students to Help the Hungry

Lovers of Haydn string quartets will have a chance to hear some of their favorite music as well as help the hungry at two free concerts on Friday, December 6, that will feature the six string quartets of Joseph Haydn.

Newsreel

A periodic compilation of references to Ithaca College in the media.

Kudos, Kudos, and More Kudos

 

 
 

Editor: Keith Davis
Writers: Erik Kibelsbeck, Dave Maley, Stephenie Overton
Publisher: Office of Public Information

The ITHACA COLLEGE NEWS (ISSN #1088-7873) is published 18 times a year; once in August, November, December, January, June, and July; twice in October, February, and April; and three times in September and March. Published by Ithaca College, 953 Danby Road, Ithaca, NY 14850-7044. Periodicals postage pending at Ithaca, New York. Postmaster: Send form 3579 to the Ithaca College, News, Office of Public Information, 228C Alumni Hall, Ithaca, NY 14850-7044.

 

Andrejs Ozolins, Ithaca College Office of Publications. 28 January, 2003