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Contributed by Craig Cummings on 12/03/2013
Composer Jorge Grossmann (Assistant Professor, School of Music) has been awarded a commission from Harvard University’s Fromm Music Foundation in the amount of $12,000, which will fund the composition of a new work for piano and electronic sounds.
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The holiday season is often a time when most of us forget about eating healthy and indulge in all the holiday treats like cookies, casseroles and cakes! But remember, sticking to your healthy eating and exercise routine through the busy schedules and holiday feasts is an ideal way to look and feel better once the holidays pass.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 12/03/2013
The Sustainability Café on Monday, December 9 will feature Diane Cohen presenting “Developing the Community ReUse Center Model.” The Café will be held in Center for Natural Sciences Room 112 at 4:00PM, in conjunction with the Environmental Seminar. The Fall 2013 Sustainability Café/Environmental Seminar series is focused on the concept of “Citizens + Community = Healthy Environment.”
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Contributed by Kristin LiBritz on 12/02/2013
U.S. PIRG is a federation of state-based, nonprofit, nonpartisan organizations that work for the public interest on a range of issues. The organization focuses on finding good ideas and pushing for real change, even when a powerful interest stands in the way. When U.S. PIRG Campus Organizers fight for the public, they stand up to some of America's most powerful special interests, from Wall Street to Big Oil, from the Auto Industry to Super PACs.
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Contributed by David Maley on 12/02/2013
Members of the campus community are invited to gather at Muller Chapel at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 3, to offer support to one another and share their thoughts and prayers following the automobile accident that claimed the life of one Ithaca College student and injured three others. The chaplains and professional staff from the Counseling Center will be available during and after the gathering.
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Contributed by John Rawlins on 12/02/2013
MLK Celebration 2014: A Single Garment of Destiny A Day On, Not A Day Off January 20, 2014
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Join us on Thursday, December 5, from 2:35 – 3:50 p.m. in Williams Hall 323, as The School of Business welcomes Paul Hilton from Trillium Asset Management, LLC., to discuss this topic and “How to Combine Performance and Impact for the Next Generation.”
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It is with a great deal of sadness that I inform the Ithaca College community of an automobile accident that has claimed the life of one of our students and left three others injured.
While returning from Thanksgiving break in Massachusetts late last evening, Michael N. Clark was killed when the car he was driving swerved to avoid a deer and overturned on Rt. 88 near Cobleskill, New York. Michael was a junior English major from Boxborough, Massachusetts.
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Contributed by Kim Dunnick on 12/02/2013
Last weekend Nicholas Walker, Professor of Double Bass, taught double bass at three midwest music centers, the Cleveland Institute of Music, Oberlin Conservatory, and Carnegie Mellon University.
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Road Trips to the Real World Registration Deadline Extended to Dec. 6, announcement from Career Services
Contributed by Kristin LiBritz on 12/02/2013
Contributed by Rebecca Sexton on 12/02/2013
World's Fare, a station with global appeal, exploring the diversity of dishes from around the world. Each week will have a globally-inspired spin on the menu featuring specialty and regional dishes.
This Week: Explore the flavorful cuisine of Asia
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This is a friendly reminder to students living on campus that all Residence Halls, except for the Circle Apartments and the Garden Apartments, will close for Winter Break at 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Saturday, December 21, 2013 and will not reopen until 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 18, 2014 (Terrace 03 and Boothroyd Hall will reopen for approved break residents at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 2, 2014).
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The Evolution of Plant Traits that Attract Bodyguards
Part of the Department's Seminar Series.
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 274-3161. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
Contributed by Don Austin on 12/02/2013
On Wednesday and Thursday December 4th and 5th from 9am-3pm in the North Foyer (lobby area outside of Emerson Suites) there will be a Holiday Sale hosted by the store in the commons Ten Thousand Villages and one of Ithaca College’s volunteer service organizations Circle K International!
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It's cold outside! Don't hike across campus for a hot cup of coffee!
The Library Café opens today, offering Starbucks coffee, Tazo tea, baked goods, fresh fruit, and more! Our regular hours of operation will be 4:00 PM – 12:00 Midnight, Sunday - Thursday.
Now you don’t have to lose your seat while you study!
Contributed by Jill Ackerman on 12/02/2013
Please join us for a talk with Monica Lilly, Northrop Grumman
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Turn Off Default Event Reminders
Your Outlook calendar can remind you of upcoming meetings and appointments at a set interval before the event. The default setting for new appointments and meetings is a fifteen minute reminder before the actual event time. If you would like to disable the default reminder for new events on your calendar, you can turn this function off in Outlook's calendar settings.
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Contributed by Jenny Stockdale on 12/01/2013
Take advantage of the more than 350 concerts offered each year by the School of Music. A full listing of all concerts and events is available at ithaca.edu/concerts; this week's are listed below.
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Contributed by MaryAnn Taylor on 12/01/2013
Submitted by Marisa Kelly, Provost
Please join me on Thursday, December 5th for the third Faculty Colloquium of the academic year. Dr. Michael Trotti, Department of History, will be presenting “Cultural History and Racial Violence: Case Studies in Why the Humanities Matter.”
Professor Trotti received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1999. He explores a range of issues in the American past –political, economic, social - but he is particularly interested in pursuing the social implication of change: how developments in American history affected different people (different in class, gender, race, ethnicity.)
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Contributed by Marilyn Dispensa on 12/01/2013
Do you have an idea for using multiple iPads to facilitate a collaborative project in the field, research, classroom, clinical setting or other group project?
Information Technology Services in collaboration with the Center for Faculty Excellence will loan out twenty 3rd generation iPads to faculty members.
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