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Seniors, don't miss out

Contributed by Alyssa Cooper on 09/01/2010 

Now it's your turn to decide how your class of 2011 will leave its lasting legacy at IC.

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Apply immediately and in person in 110 Towers Concourse, Academic Enrichment Services Office.

Individuals requiring a disability accommodation should contact the Office of Student Disability Services at 274-1257.

                       

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Please refer to the Annual Driver Memo at http://www.ithaca.edu/riskmanagement/driving/ for all detail.  Contact Risk Management at 4-3285 with any questions.

Thank you.

Timothy Smith ('03) won the 2nd trombone position with the Buffalo Philharmonic this past spring.  There were over 100 trombonists who took the audition.  He will be doing an alumni recital this coming spring here at IC.

Michael Dobranski ('00) is the first call bass trombonist in Las Vegas and is currently playing "The Lion King" in the Paris Hotel.  He recently finished an extended run of "The Producers" there as well.

Dr. Ken Kreuzer ('95) released the first CD of his trombone works this past year to critical acclaim.  The solo trombone works were played by Mark Kellogg, Principal Trombone of the Rochester Philharmonic, Mark Salatino, 2nd trombonist of the RPO and Dr. Hal Reynolds.  Reynolds premiered two of the works on the album and one of the works was commissioned by the Ithaca College Trombone Troupe.&

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Jeffery Meyer has started the 2010-11 academic year leaving an active summer behind.  In addition to his continued duties as the Artistic Director of the Water City Chamber Orchestra in Wisconsin, Meyer is also the Artistic Director of the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic in St. Petersburg, Russia.  In May, the St. PCP made its United States debut under Meyer's baton in the "Wall To Wall, Behind the Wall" Festival at Symphony Space in New York City.  The orchestra was featured in the Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times called its performances of works by Shostakovich, Schnittke, Pärt, Lutoslawski, Gubaidulina, Bacewicz, Slonimsky and Buzina "impressive," "powerful," "blazing," and "polished."

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The Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies and the Office of International Programs cordially invite faculty applications for the Fall 2011 or Spring 2012 semester of the London Sabbatical Program. Applicants should be eligible for an approved funded sabbatical from their school or division covering faculty salary either for the Fall 2011 or Spring 2012 semester. The selected faculty members are expected to teach one course complementary to the London Center curriculum, interact with London Center instructors and students, and attend London Center faculty meetings.

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Troica, the trio founded by Steven Mauk (saxophone), Kim Dunnick (trumpet) and Diane Birr (piano), presented a recital in Verbruggen Hall at the Conservatorium of Music in Sydney, Australia on July 8th.  The trio was invited to perform as part of the 2010 International Trumpet Guild Conference.

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 Assistant Professor of Music Education, Drew Benware, recently performed as part of a week-long Cathedral Course Choir at Exeter Cathedral in Devon County, England.

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 Ithaca College Field Hockey Club Mandatory Meeting 

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Hillel Headlines

Contributed by Rachel Berger on 08/31/2010 

Havdalah Boat Cruise: Saturday September 4th

Have you ever done havdalah in the middle of a lake? Come and enjoy a relaxing evening on Cayuga Lake with Hillel! first we will do a havdalah service to end Shabbat, then eat and mingle until 10:30 while taking a mellow night cruise around the lake. Don't forget to bring warm clothes. It gets chilly on the boat.  Transportation will be provided to and from the cruise. Meet at the textor flag pole at 8:30 pm sharp. Please R.S.V.P A.SA.P to hillel@ithaca.edu. It is first come first serve for affiliates.  

Labor Day Gorge Hike: Monday September 6th

Celebrate Labor Day with Hillel by taking a scenic hike at Buttermilk Falls! Relax, meet other students in Hillel and enjoy the natural beauty of one of Ithaca's many incredible gorges. Hillel will leave from the textor flag pole at 1pm.

 

 

The Center for Health Promotion's Wellness Wednesday series continues this semester with the following exciting line-up:

September 15: Accupuncture 101

September 22: Fitness With Frank                              

September 29: “Back” To Good Sleep

October 6: Making Your Movement Count

October 13: Plant-Based Eating

October 20 Put Your Best Face Forward

October 27: Making The Most of Your College Years

November 3: Out On Campus

November 10: Yoga: So Many Types, Which Fits Me Best?

November 17: Biofeedback: How Relaxed Are You?

December 1: Herbs For Stress Relief

 

All programs will be held from 12:05 - 12:50 pm in the Ithaca Falls Room of the Campus Center (*please note our new location).

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Study abroad info sessions

Contributed by Rachel Gould on 08/31/2010 

Are you interested in studying abroad? Come to one of our info sessions!  Options for Study Abroad at Ithaca College gives an overview of all of the study abroad options available to you. The London Center sessions will give you a detailed glimpse of what a semester or summer abroad in London is like. Come learn more about your study abroad options!

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Wanna Be Part of IC VoiceStream?

Contributed by Adam Polaski on 08/31/2010 

 IC VoiceStream, Ithaca College’s premier coed a cappella group, is holding auditions for new members of all voice parts! 

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Buzzsaw Magazine is ready to start the new year! Requesting all writers, photographers, illustrators, comic artists, marketing experts and other assorted cool people for RUSH NIGHT on September 1st!

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IC Squash is back for another fun season of squash! We're looking for new members with or without previous experience. Anyone is welcome to join. We'll have a table set up at the student organization fair on Wednesday, September 1st from 10:00-3:00. Our first club meeting of the season will be Thursday, September 2nd, at 7:30 p.m. in IC Square.

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SGA Rush Night September 1st!

Contributed by Julia Dunn on 08/31/2010 

There is a lot of movement already going on with SGA so make sure you come to Rush tonight at 8:15pm in the Taughannock Falls meeting room to find out more! We will answer any and all questions and give a short informational presentation about how you can get involved immediately in campus issues! Start making changes today and come to Rush night!

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Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann, Assistant Professor of Music Composition is the recipient of a 2010-11 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship.  According to the foundation, “The Fellowships are awarded to men and women who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts." Grossmann’s compositions have been performed throughout the U.S., Latin America and Europe. Upcoming performances of his works include the Da Capo Chamber Players’ performance of Mecanismos at Merkin Hall, NYC in October among other performances in the U.S., Canada and at the Festival of Contemporary Music in Lima, Peru. In addition, Grossmann’s work Pensar Geométrico al Trasluz will be released in the forthcoming compact disc, áltaVoz: New Music from Latin America.

Our leagues are forming!  Get your entry in today!

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Information Technology Services would like to remind all instructors and administrative staff to review the Optical Scanning procedures to ensure tests and evaluations are processed and returned in a timely manner with minimal interruption. Please visit our website for details.

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