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Marella Feltrin-Morris (Modern Languages and Literatures) has published an article entitled, "The Stuff Irony Is Made of: Translators as Scholars" in the journal Linguistica Antverpiensia 9 (2010): 213-31.

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Career Services offers a variety of workshops to help you build your skills in key areas of  your career development.  Our next offering is on choosing your major.

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Biochemistry Seminar Professor Kevan Shokat of the University of California, San Francisco will deliver a talk titled "Chemical Genetics of Protein Kinase Signaling" March 3 at 10:50 a.m. in the Center for Natural Sciences building room 333.

All are invited to attend.

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We will be featuring a different themed photo contest every two weeks for the remainder of the academic year!

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 Bobby Seale will be delivering a keynote entitled, "From the Sixties to the Future" in Emerson Suites @ 6:00 pm this Friday, February 25 for ALS's final event in celebration of Black History Month.

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Award–winning ABC News anchor and correspondent David Muir has accepted an invitation to return to his alma mater to deliver the 2011 Ithaca College Commencement address. Muir, who graduated in 1995 from the Roy H. Park School of Communications, will speak at the ceremony on Sunday, May 22.

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Career Services, The Office of Alumni Relations, The Class of 2011 and STAT invite you to an exciting networking opportunity and program.  On March27th, we're bringing together two of our most successful alumni programs: the Susan A. DiPace '74 Speaker Series and Network Nights!

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 Neon Dance Party

Contributed by Geoffrey Presor on 02/23/2011 

 The Ithaca College Ballroom Dance Team is hosting a Neon Dance Party Fundraiser on March 5th from 8-11pm in the Fitness Center Aerobics Room!

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Featuring an A-List band of Ithaca College Alum and Staff!

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Ever wonder how the Campus Center runs like a well oiled machine? It’s no doubt in part to the leadership of its outstanding managers: The Campus Center has 19 managers in all, but due to space, we will be highlighting five: seniors Joe Bagliere, Carrie-Lynne Davis, Matthew Posillico & Gabby Yengbeh along with junior, Mamuyan Jones.

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Brody Burroughs will exhibit his recent work at the Borelli-Edwards Galleries in Pittsburgh PA.

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Summer jobs are going fast!  You still have time to apply for summer positions with the Office of Residential Life!

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The Catalyst Quartet comprises top Laureates and alumni of the internationally acclaimed Sphinx Competition for young Black and Latino string players. The mission of the ensemble is to advance diversity in classical music and inspire new and young audiences with dynamic performances of cutting-edge repertoire by a wide range of composers.

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Dr. Peter G. Brown, a Professor in the McGill University School of Environment in Montreal, will deliver a public talk at 4:00PM on Wednesday, February 23rd in Room 111 in the Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise at Ithaca College. In his thought-provoking presentation, “Will Sustainability Elude Us? An Ethical Critique”, Dr. Brown will explore whether - given the current state of American cultural structures and what is taught in institutions of higher education - sustainability is achievable.  This event is free and open to the public.

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 50 years after Eisenhower coined the term “military-industrial complex,” Buzzsaw magazine, Ithaca College’s alternative magazine, dives into the topic with a special issue and a week of events to explore the many facets of militarization. "The Militarization Issue" will be distributed on Thursday, March 2, and a week of exciting events will follow, beginning on March 7. With this dynamic event series, we aim to bring the discussion about war, the military and its presence in our daily lives beyond the pages of the magazine.

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This is a friendly reminder to students living on campus that all Residence Halls, except for Terrace 03, the Circle Apartments, and the Garden Apartments, will be closed for Spring Break beginning at 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Saturday, March 12, 2011. Closed Residence Halls will not reopen until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Sunday, March 20, 2011, and residents will not be authorized to return early for any reason.

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   “I met the cutest guy last night at SAB Open Mic. He asked me out to the next SAB event!” –Kloe

Want to witness Kloe’s date, or have a great time of your own? Come to some of SAB’s future events!

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 Harry Potter 7 Showing

Contributed by Lilly Miller on 02/22/2011 

 Yeah, that's right. It's not even on DVD yet. 

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Want to study school reform in the center of educational change in the U.S.?

Professor Peter Martin, Department of Education, is planning a one-week, one-credit summer course in Washington, DC that will focus on urban educational reform initiatives.

Email Professor Martin for more information and to register for this 1-credit study away program to Washington, D.C.

Tuition is $1,008 and includes four nights of lodging and metro travel while in DC. Undergraduate and graduate credits are available.

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Society of Professional Journalists is hosting Jill Agostino of the New York Times as a speaker on February 28th in Park 220 at 7 p.m.  All are welcome to attend!

1986 Alumni from Ithaca College, Agostino started in sports on a small local paper in upstate New York. She worked at Newsday for two years, as well as the Daily News for 7 months before finding her home at the Times as sports editor and then working her way to online editor. Currently working with contributing zoned pages of the NYT to diverse cities throughout the nation, Agostino is a leading alumni in the journalism field.


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