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Contributed by Dylan Schoch on 04/14/2016
b r 1 N k Presented by Cellist, Composer, and Multimedia Artist Kathy McTavish
Thursday, April 14 in Textor 102 from 7:30-9pm
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Contributed by David Maley on 04/13/2016
Submitted on behalf of James W. Nolan Jr. ’77, chair of the Presidential Search Committee
As promised in my first message, I can now provide information on the sessions that have been scheduled for you to be able to give feedback to the Presidential Search Committee. These sessions offer the opportunity for every member of our campus community to have input on the development of the position specification document. They also give our consultants the opportunity to engage with our campus community in order to gain a better understanding of the type of leader we are seeking in our next president.
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Contributed by Rachel Gunderson on 04/13/2016
Need a course for your identities or mind, body, spirit theme?
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Contributed by Katy Hall on 04/13/2016
Do you want to learn more about startups and how an internship or first job at a startup can launch your career and set you up for success? The startup world is unique, and many don't realize the huge growth potential that exists at startups, where you can climb the ladder and gain responsibility at breakneck speeds.
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Contributed by Judy Smith on 04/13/2016
Barney Beins (Psychology) was elected president of the New England Psychological Association (NEPA) and is on the executive committee for the Northeastern Conference for Teachers of Psychology (NECTOP), which precedes the annual NEPA convention.
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Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 04/13/2016
People from all walks of life are currently seeking to learn more about herbal medicine and the natural world. Learn basic skills and sensory awareness that can apply to all aspects of your life. Being out in nature increases fitness levels, lowers stress, improves critical thinking and is just plain fun! ENVS naturalist and department chair Jason Hamilton will be teaching two classes this spring/summer that offer these benefits.
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Contributed by Arlene Dende on 04/13/2016
Mariah Flaim, Computer Science ’16, was awarded second place for Best Research Poster at the recent New York Celebration of Women in Computing held in Lake George , NY.
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At www.zimride.com/ithaca in seconds you can set up a profile, search for open seats to where you want to go and post your ride. After all, if you’re sharing the same destination, you might as well share the same ride too.
Contributed by Mara Alper on 04/13/2016
It makes up 60% of your body. You can’t survive without it. Water is considered “blue gold,” but it’s much more valuable than gold. In this lively class, you learn about your water footprint, water in your body, in your hometown and on the planet. We examine water from personal, social/political and creative views in this unique online class with conversations, films, readings and guest experts from around the world to answer your individual questions.
If you’d like more info, ask Mara at email@example.com
Contributed by Don Austin on 04/13/2016
On Friday, April 15, the Ithaca College Student United Way will be holding their annual Family Carnival from 5pm-8pm in the IC Fitness Center lower gyms. The carnival will include a bounce houses, food, raffles, crafts and various activities.
The admission is $3 per child and $5 per adult and $16 total for parties of 5 or more.
The money raised is used to create small grants that support a variety of local community organizations. Funds have been used to assist many organizations over the past seven years, including Ithaca Health Alliance, Greater Ithaca Activities Center, and Ithaca Children's Garden.
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Contributed by Jill Ackerman on 04/13/2016
Public Viewing night, Friday, April 15th from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
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Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 04/13/2016
Faculty, staff and student groups are invited to reserve a table at the upper deck of Terrace Dining Hall. Reserve your space at the table today!
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Contributed by Kurt Lichtmann on 04/12/2016
Free I.C. SALSA DANCE SOCIAL!
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Contributed by Annette Levine on 04/12/2016
Join us on Wednesday, April 13th at 5:30pm in the Clark Lounge as we celebrate our graduating seniors and take part in an entertaining battle between the eight languages taught in the Modern Languages and Literatures Department.
Performers in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, and Spanish will compete for this year's trophy!
Latin is the defending 2015 champion!
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On Thursday, May 5th join Rochester-based Holocaust survivor Helen Levinson and other Ithaca-based Holocaust survivors for a candle lighting ceremony, Ithaca Children's Choir performance, and the chance to hear her story. A reception will follow the presentation.
This event is Thursday, May 5th 7-9 pm at Temple Beth El, 402 N. Tioga St. Ithaca, NY
For more information go to www.iaujc.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Beth Belanger, American Studies, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, will present “‘A Perfect Nuisance’: Working-Class Women and Neighborhood Development in Civil War St. Louis” on Tuesday, April 19, at 6:00 p.m. in Textor 103
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After the Paris Accord: The fight to save the climate, leave fossil fuels in the ground, and ignite a renewable energy economy: April 13 at 7pm
Contributed by Katy Hall on 04/12/2016
Keynote Speaker Dr. Sandra Steingraber, biologist, author, science journalist, reporter from Paris, and Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Ithaca College, will provide an overview of the treaty, the implementation process, and the science of climate change. Panelists will present their perspectives from Paris, with a Q and A session to follow.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
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Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 04/12/2016
Environmental Studies senior Erika Bucior was awarded a Fulbright to spend the 2016-17 academic year studying an invasive plant species in Tinidad and Tobago.
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