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Hi-Fashion Studios held their renowned fashion show on November 19th at 8:00pm in Emerson Suites. The fashion show was themed "Timeless," featuring fashions from past decades- the 20s until today. IC Voicestream and IC Beatbox performed during intermissions. This incredibly well-orchestrated event brought Emerson Suites to a standing ovation. Look out for these trendsetters!

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Brothers for Brothers (B4B) is a student organization dedicated to providing a safe space and support system for marginalized men on campus.  B4B welcomes all students on campus who identify as male and incorporates many aspects of community involvement.  They operate on a CAPS system, which stands for community, academic, political, and social.  These are the four major focus areas of B4B: community service, academic commitment, and political and social consciousness.

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"Contemporary Jewish Identities: Gender, Race, and Power" (JWST 29400) is being offered in Spring 2016 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:35-3:50 and from 4:00-5:15 in Job Hall 160. The 2:35-3:50 section has just opened for enrollment.

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The Holiday Season shouldn't be stressful, it should be exciting! Check out the BalanceWorks December Newsletter to help find your joy this season! 

For your convenience here is a list of services offered in the Office of Career Services during finals week as well as winter break:

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 On Thursday Dec 3, all Mail Services staff will be attending a Division of Finance and Administration meeting from 10am-12pm. 

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Join us at the Ithaca College Department of Art Creative Space Gallery for the opening of the the first annual Print Fair this Friday!

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Contributed by Peter Kilcoyne on 12/01/2015 

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 Center for Print Production will be closed

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For the full duration of the day on Friday, December 4, the M-Lot (A&E center parking lot) will be closed to general parking.  It will be serving as reserved event parking on this date.  Individuals who typically use this lot to park for work or classes are asked to plan ahead to use other campus parking options rather than M-Lot.

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Paul Wilson, assistant professor of art history, published an article entitled “Monumental Indifference in Tallinn” in the journal Public Art Dialogue.

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 Due to technical difficulties, the location for tonight's Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen LGBT film series screening of the documentary “How to Survive a Plague” has been moved to Williams 225 at 7 pm.

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The Ithaca College Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management will be collecting donations for Cops, Kids & Toys in the Campus Center this week!

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Assistant Professor Doug Turnbull and Luke Waldner ’17 were awarded an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Research Grant to support the MegsRadio project. MegsRadio is a locally-focused personalized Internet radio service that is currently being developed by a team of computer science and emerging media students at Ithaca College.

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Our next "Brown Bag Lunch with the Provost", open to faculty and staff in Educational Affairs, is scheduled for Wednesday, December 9.  Lunch will be from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Human Resources Mini Conference Room (Garden Level of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center).   Please bring your lunch; beverage and cookies will be provided.

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Ever heard of a ZAP panel, or hosted one in your class? Wish there was an opportunity just for faculty and staff to hear LGBTQ students speak from their experience and answer questions, to further understanding and dialogue?

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TELE will offer a three-part Educause Learning Initiative Online Professional Development Opportunity

Part 1: November 5  |  1:00–2:30 p.m. ET  
Part 2: November 19  |  1:00–2:30 p.m. ET
Part 3: December 2  |  1:00–2:30 p.m. ET
Please join us for as many sessions as your schedule permits.  Arriving late and/or leaving early is understandable.  No need to attend all three sessions.

Where: Center for Faculty Excellence, 316 Gannett Center

Register Here (Registration is encouraged; walk-ins welcome.)
Open to all faculty and staff.

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Dr. Teresa V. Longo, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies and former Dean for Curriculum Review at the College of William & Mary, is our second candidate for the position of Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences.  All members of the campus community are invited to attend her open presentation in Textor 102 at 12:05 on Thursday December 3. 

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Donathan Brown, Department of Communication Studies (H&S) is slated to speak with students and faculty, via WebEx, at Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem.  The event will pertain to race and ethnicity in American politics, one of Dr. Brown's areas of expertise. Lasting ninety minutes, the lecture/seminar is designed to allow participants to ask questions and interact with the expert, in this case Dr. Brown.

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Sign up now for this thought-provoking and applicable online course in cultural anthropology (ANTH 104000) this Winter 2016 session! It's a course that connects us to the current global era and fulfills one of your general education requirements for ICC. Sign up for this active and engaging 10-day course that you can take from the comforts of wherever you are! Winter session dates are January 11-22, 2016.

Contact Dr. Sue-Je Gage at for more information.

People with visible and invisible disabilities represent a large minority and workforce demographic in the US. It is also a minority that any person can join at any time. Therefore, it’s important to know how to hire and to work with people of this demographic, as well as how to represent them correctly in your marketing and advertising. specializes in photographic imagery of real people with disabilities

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