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Contributed by Susan Monagan on 09/17/2010
Ithaca College will start its 2010–11 season with the Greek tragedy, “Electra” written by Euripides. Susannah Berryman will direct the drama, with the help of assistant Logan Ellis ’11, as they bring this timeless play to life.
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Contributed by Joelle Albertsman on 09/17/2010
The members of the First-Year Experience Coordinating Committee would like to invite all first-year students to attend a series of events designed to highlight the wonderful speakers, films, athletics and performances that happen on our campus all year long!
After a successful year last year, we're happy to announce our NEW line-up of FYE featured events! Here are our next few featured events:
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Vivian Conger, History, publishes an essay in Adler, K. H. / Hamilton, Carrie (eds.) Homes and Homecomings: Gendered Histories of Domesticity and Return (John Wiley & Sons, 2010)
Contributed by Jonathan Ablard on 09/17/2010
Dr. Conger's essay, "'There Is Graite Odds between A Mans being At Home And A Broad': Deborah Read Franklin and the Eighteenth-Century Home" is featured in the editted volume Homes and Homecomings. The book features the works of an international group of scholars who provide new historical perspectives on the politics of homes and homecomings. Using innovative methodological and theoretical approaches, the book examines case studies from Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe.
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Contributed by Nancy Reynolds on 09/16/2010
Ithaca College is piloting a new Medical Amnesty Policy (MAP) that encourages students to seek medical assistance related to drug and alcohol use without worrying about college judicial consequences.
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Contributed by Sharon M. Beltaine on 09/16/2010
ITS is pleased to offer training on using Adobe Acrobat Professional to create electronic forms. In this workshop, you will learn how to use Adobe Acrobat’s built-in form wizard tools to create simple, accessible PDF forms. You will get hands-on practice building your own form using elements such as text fields, list boxes, radio buttons, and check boxes. Methods of submitting and distributing forms also will be covered. To register online instantly for this workshop, click the link below:
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Contributed by Melissa Feron on 09/16/2010
Love lazy Sundays? Join the sisters of Sigma Alpha Iota for a night of games, snacks, and fun this Sunday (September 19th) in the Terrace 9 lounge at 7:30PM!
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Contributed by Theresa Johnson on 09/16/2010
Many Organizations are still not registered.
If your organization is listed below it is not a registered student organization on campus and will not be able to reserve space, plan events, or use IC Funding.
Association of Gay and Straight Student Athletes (AGSSA)
Awaken (Students for Christ)
IC Ballroom Dance Club (IC Ballroom)
IC Nordic Ski Team
Ithaca College Network (IC Net)
Ithaca College Saxophone Society (ICSS)
Ithaca College Student Occupational
Therapy Association (ICSOTA)
Ithaca College's Writing for Production Association (IC's WPA)
Park Sustainability Club (P.S.C)
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Contributed by Rachel Gould on 09/16/2010
Are you interested in studying abroad? IES (The Institute for the International Education of Students) is one of Ithaca College's affiliated study abroad providers, and a representative of IES will be on campus on Thursday, Sept. 23 to meet with students and provide further information about the IES study abroad options. A free pizza lunch will be provided!
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Contributed by Kelly J. Rafferty on 09/16/2010
“Clave – The Key: A Rhythmic Journey from Africa to the New World”; Monday, September 20, 2010, 8:15 p.m.; performance by Bobby Sanabria in Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center for Music. Opening reception before the performance from 7-8:00 p.m. in McHenry Lobby, 4th floor, Whalen Center for Music.
This event is free and open to the public.
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies at 607.274.3063. We ask that requests for accommodation be made as soon as possible.
Wanna Win $250 for Your Student Organization???
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Sunday, September 19th, 2010 is the final day to waive the Student Insurance!
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Contributed by Ali Erkan on 09/16/2010
This is the official announcement for submitting applications for faculty participation (with reassigned time) in the Spring Geographic Information Systems (GIS) course.
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All Ithaca College e-mail services will be unavailable for an estimated 14 hours from 5:00 pm on Friday, Sept. 24 until 7:00 am on Saturday, Sept. 25. This downtime is required in order to perform critical maintenance on the e-mail system. E-mail accounts will be inaccessible for the duration of the maintenance. Incoming e-mail will be queued and delivered when the e-mail servers are back online. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Contributed by Judy Smith on 09/16/2010
Associate Professor Jeff Holmes and Professor Barney Beins participated in a symposium on scientific literacy among psychology students at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association in San Diego.
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Yom Kippur Schedule in Muller Chapel
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Contributed by Chris Pollock on 09/16/2010
The Friends of Ithaca College cordially invite you to this Sunday's 19th annual Founder's Day Concert in the Park!
"Around the World in 1,974 Measures"
The Ithaca College Wind Ensemble
Sunday, September 19
Rain Location: Ford Hall, Whalen Center for Music
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 09/16/2010
The Phillips Hall Post Office and the Mail Center will accept Visa, MC and Discover credit cards for shipments sent by FedEx or UPS.
Contributed by Shari Kaplan on 09/16/2010
If you are interested in event planning, the Senior Class Cabinet has a great opportunity for you. At the end of finals week of Spring semester there is a week of events dedicated to Seniors before Commencement (graduation), known as Senior Week. The Senior Week Senior Co-Chairs are looking for our Junior Co-Chairs. This position is essential to the process of planning the events. It is the creativity, organization and efficiency of the Junior and Senior Co-Chairs that make this week memorable. The Junior Co-Chairs also have the opportunity to shine by running Senior Week.
Applications are due September 27, 2010 by 5pm. The application can be found online using this link: https://spreadsheets5.google.com/viewform?formkey=dGxSV3gyYzVjUnhCR0Y2bDRjeGV4ZUE6MQ. There will also be applications available in the Student Activities Center located on the 3rd floor of Campus Center, 311 Egbert Hall. If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Survivorship committee of Ithaca's branch of Colleges Against Cancer
Don't feel like attending the meetings, but are willing to share your story? Email Kylene Planer at email@example.com. Also e-mail Kylene if you are interested in receiving updates on Relay for Life, as well as any other events the club holds.
Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 09/15/2010
What does it take to inspire citizens to take action on the big issues that concern them most? Paul Loeb has spent more than thirty years researching and writing about citizen responsibility and empowerment--asking what makes some people choose lives of social commitment, while others abstain. Loeb will speak on Monday, September 20 at 7 p.m. in Textor 102. A book sale and signing will follow the lecture.
Loeb's first book, Nuclear Culture, explored the daily world of atomic weapons workers in Hanford, Washington. Hope in Hard Times examined the lives and visions of ordinary Americans involved in grass roots peace activism. Generation at the Crossroads: Apathy and Action on the American Campus explored the values and choices of American college students. Soul of a Citizen: Living with Conviction in a Cynical Time looks at what it takes to lead lives of social commitment despite all the obstacles. The Impossible Will Take a Little While, was named the #3 political book of that year by the History Channel and the American Book Association, and won the Nautilus Award for best social change book of the year.
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