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Don Beachler, associate professor of politics, was interviewed this afternoon by News10Now TV reporter Tamara Lindstrom for a follow-up story about the implications of the shoe-throwing incident that took place at last night’s Ithaca Common Council meeting.

A local resident threw his shoes at Mayor Carolyn Peterson to protest Council's position against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The story will start running on Channel 10 after 7 p.m. tonight.

On Monday, February 2, Pendleton Professional-in-Residence Steven Ginsberg moderated a panel on the television industry as part of the Media Industries course for Los Angeles program students. The panel included very successful ICLA alumni including:

Dave Rogers '92 - Director and Emmy award winning Editor of NBC's The Office

Larry Teng '99 - Director and co-executive producer of NBC's Medium

Erin O'Brien '97 - Live Producer of Dancing with the Stars

Gregg Goldin '95 - Director of development for Cartoon Network Films

Steve Kerem '95 - Segment producer for MTV and VH1 on "Bromance" and "Behind the Music" among many others.

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The Right to Love movie night!

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Where can you see all three of Ithaca College's acapella groups on campus at one time?!?! At Unite for Sight's Acapella Fest!!!


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Winter fun for everyone

Contributed by Brad Buchanan on 02/05/2009 

Every year 2.3 million people take to the snow for an activity that's fun for everyone.

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Associate Professor Steven Seidman's recent paper, "The Visual Design Of Election Campaign Posters," has been selected as the co-winner of the Editor’s Choice Award in this year’s Book of Selected Readings published by the International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA).

This award is given annually with the publication of the IVLA Selected Readings to the author or authors judged by the editors to have submitted the best paper to the publication.

Seidman is the Chair of the Department of Strategic Communication, and teaches courses in visual design and media in the communication management and design program.

Come to Hillel's Kitchen Monday

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 02/05/2009 

TU B'Shvat

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Shabbat Dinner With the President & His Wife, Friday February 6th

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PT Grad Students Provide Developmental Screens in Rochester

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Winter fun for everyone

Contributed by Brad Buchanan on 02/05/2009 

Every year 2.3 million people take to the snow for an activity that's fun for everyone.

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Fitness Center Climbing Wall

Contributed by Kathy Farley on 02/05/2009 

OPENING on Sunday, February 8th from 7-8pm

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America the Beautiful
February 11, 2009, 7:00 p.m., Textor 102
Documentary Preview and discussion with producer – Darryl Roberts
http://www.americathebeautifuldoc.com/

In almost 40,000 media messages a year, youthful Americas are being told that, unless you look like supermodels and rock stars, you’re not good enough for anyone to love. This is a message that too many people are buying.
Filmmaker Darryl Roberts goes on a two year journey to examine America’s new obsession; physical perfection. In America the Beautiful, we learn secrets, confessions, and strikingly harsh realities as Roberts unearths the origins and deadly risks of our nation’s quest for physical perfection.

Sponsored by the Health Promotion Committee in observance of National Eating Disorders Awareness Month

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Ithaca College in the Media

Contributed by Anonymous on 02/05/2009 

Quoted in the media: faculty members Donald Beachler and Stephen Mosher. For more information on the following articles, please visit the IC in the Media page at the Office of Media Relations:

IC in the Media

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Phoebe Constantinou, assistant professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, presented a paper entitled, "Making the Learning Process Personable" at the 71st annual conference of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Verona, New York on November 21, 2008.

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Phoebe Constantinou, assistant professor of health promotion and physical education, recently published an article entitled, "Utilizing Your State AHPERD Conference to Increase Advocacy Efforts In Your State," in the peer-reviewed journal, Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 22(2), 36-37

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Ithaca College's award winning Relay for Life team, IC Hope, is gearing up for the next Tompkins County Relay for Life (July 10-11th at Lansing High School). Want to help us make a difference in fighting cancer? Please come to our team meeting on Monday, Febrary 9th at noon in the IC Square "Glass Room". With a theme of Dr. Seuss, this is sure to be a great Relay! Please join us in helping raise money to fund cancer research and consider joining our team! Contact Anne Woodard (awoodard@ithaca.edu) for more information.

Relay really? Yes I am...before I eat my green eggs & ham!!!

Under the advisement of Phoebe Constantinou, assistant professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, six students presented at the 71st annual meeting of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance in Verona, New York on November 20, 2008. The student were: Allison Baud, Jeremy Harris, Brian Horner, David Villegas, John Schamarek and Rhonda Morse.

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Are you interested in learning how to dance salsa or in performing in choreographed Latin dance pieces?


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This event is open to the public. If you are a supervisor whose employees do not have access to this message, please post and distribute.

Attending a Public Night

To attend a public night, just show up in front of the Park School building (O lot entrance). A shuttle van will make regular runs to convey people up to the observatory and back down. There is no parking available up at the observatory. The access road is NOT lighted, so please do not walk up.

Bad Weather Plan

The "go/no-go" decision for any public night will be made at 3:30 p.m. on the scheduled date. Our web page and the recorded message at the observatory will be updated shortly thereafter to reflect the decision for that evening. So if you check our site or call the observatory at 274-3012 after about 4:00 p.m. (to give me time to update things) you will get the final decision for that evening.

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In 1968, John Carlos competed in the Olympics held in Mexico and won the bronze medal in the 200-meter dash. During the victory ceremony, Carlos and Tommie Smith raised a black gloved fist in silent protest against racism and economic depression for all oppressed peoples. This moment was voted the sixth most memorable event of the century. John Carlos will share his words and insights with our community.

Date: Wednesday, February 11
Location: Emerson Suites
Time: 7:00 p.m.

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