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Contributed by Cheryl Boyer on 05/17/2013
The Office of Career Services will be closed on Wednesday, May 22. We will reopen Thursday, May 23 at 8:30 am.
Contributed by Marian Brown on 05/15/2013
Thursday, May 16 marks the local observance of National Bike to Work (and School) Day. That morning, everyone who cycles to work can take advantage of breakfast stations located around town, including one right here on campus. From 7am - 9am on Thursday, cycle up to the flagpole circle and come into Textor Hall for a free breakfast and the chance to enter a drawing for prizes! For a poster listing all the breakfast stations around town, visit Way2Go.org or the Bike to Work Facebook page.
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Contributed by Elana Radin on 05/05/2013
IC Up 'til Dawn is raffling off a pair of amazing Yankees tickets!! The raffle is open to anyone! RAFFLE ENTRY ENDS MONDAY MAY 6TH
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Jaclyn Schnurr, Wells College
Short and long-term consequences of seed predation in temperate forests
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at email@example.com or (607) 274-3161. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
Contributed by Paul Deamer on 04/30/2013
Join us on Wednesday, May 1, for a lively discussion with alumnus Randy Christian entitled, “From South Hill to Singapore: A Career in Human Resources.
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We have a great topic for our final formal ICBC service of the semester!
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Tickets are still available. There are only four performances remaining of this dramatic adaptation by Arthur Miller of Ibsen's tale pitting brother against brother and environmental degradation against economic prosperity.
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Contributed by David Searles on 04/26/2013
Pick up your t-shirt from pre-registration either this Friday 4-26 from 12-3pm in CC's North Foyer or Saturday 4-27 from 2-6pm in the Pub!
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Contributed by Jared Wolf on 04/25/2013
Join Active Minds at Ithaca College for a field day event in the Fitness Quad on Saturday, April 25 from 12pm to 3pm.
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Seniors, just us for the LAST Senior Class bar night Wednesday, May 1 from 10pm-1am at Lot 10!
The theme is Decades, so come dressed in your favorite decade's signature attire!
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Contributed by Dylan Kershaw on 04/24/2013
A graduate of Ithaca College with a degree in international business and German, Morrin most recently served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Greek Peak Mountain Resort for the past eight years and as Marketing Director for Axiohm/TPG for three years.
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Contributed by Susan Monagan on 04/23/2013
Please join Ben Shipley '13, dramaturg, after the Saturday, April 27th, 2pm showing of "An Enemy of the People" for a talkback:
“You’ll forgive me for talking about facts in a newspaper office."
The discussion will take place in the Hoerner Theatre and is free and open to the public.
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NEED TUTORS NOW for 4 CLASSES: Will pay $10 per hour until last day of classes. Must be currently working on campus!
Contributed by Yolanda Clarke on 04/22/2013
If you have taken any of these courses and passed it with a grade of A- or better and you're in good academic standing in your school, please contact Yolanda Clarke in Academic Enrichment Services as soon as possible. We have students that would greatly appreciate your support.
I need ONE TUTOR for EACH OF THESE COURSES:
MATH 131, MATH 145, SOC 213, STCM 205
WHAT'S ALL THIS ABOUT AFFIRMATIVE ACTION? A discussion with Dr. Sean Eversley Bradwell and IC Human Rights
Contributed by Anne Carlin on 04/21/2013
In addition to the landmark cases brought before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding gay marriage, the court is simultaneously deciding another case that could reverse gains in affirmative action policies or gut them altogether. Dr. Sean Eversley Bradwell, an assistant professor in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, will discuss the Fisher v. University of Texas affirmative action case and the possible effects of any outcome. There is sure to be an engrossing dialogue about race, education, and the Supreme Court. There will also be FREE FOOD.
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Don't know much about Japanese Buddhism?
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Contributed by Jared Wolf on 04/20/2013
Student Activities Board and Active Minds at Ithaca College, the campus chapter of the national mental health advocacy and outreach organization, have joined forces to host their first ever collaborative field day event in the Fitness Center Quad on April 27 from 12pm to 3pm!
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 04/19/2013
Where will you be on Earth Day weekend? Join us on Saturday, April 20st from 9:30am - 7:30pm and again on Sunday, April 21st from 9:30am -12:30pm for the Youth Power Summit at the Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise at Ithaca College. Become a "Solutionary!"
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Do you love to read and write? Are you passionate about literature? If so, then the New Voices Festival is the perfect fit for you! New Voices is a collaborative effort of the Writing and English Departments at Ithaca College co-directed by professors Eleanor Henderson and Chris Holmes.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 04/19/2013
On Friday, April 19th at 3:00pm in Emerson Suites A/B in the Campus Center at Ithaca College, author and independent journalist Mark Hertsgaard will respond to questions from audience members in an informal, free-wheeling discussion on the human, environmental, political and economic impacts of climate change. Mark’s latest book is “Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth.” Mark’s appearance will offer audience members the opportunity to ask him relevant questions about climate change, U.S. and global environmental policy, effective communications, writing, you name it.
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We are still recruiting PEER TUTORS for next year! We need applicants for MATH, CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS, ITALIAN and GERMAN. Where are you?????
Contributed by Yolanda Clarke on 04/18/2013
We are continuing to recruit interested applicants for specific courses as we currently have shortages of in some areas. If you are interested, please apply at www.ithaca.edu/aes. Click on the link on the left bar. This will take you directly to our application.
Thank you for your interest!
Yolanda Clarke, Manager of Academic Enrichment Services
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