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Dealing with Debt

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As a result of the campus telephone service interruption that will take place from approximately 8:00–11:00 p.m. this Friday, January 4, a temporary number must be used to contact the Office of Public Safety in the event of an emergency. The Blue Light telephone system will also be down during this time. The Office of Public Safety can be contacted at 607-256-9187 via cell phone or other non-campus phone. This telephone number is only to be used during the three-hour service interruption.

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On Sunday, October 7, a new communication vehicle for reportage about local, regional, and national sustainability issues took to the airwaves when the first Your Impact radio show was broadcast on WICB (91.7 FM).

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IC Toastmaster Meeting

Contributed by Jane Ray on 01/03/2008 

The next meeting for the IC Toastmasters Club is scheduled for Tuesday, January 8, at 9:00 a.m. in the Cayuga Lake Room.

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As announced in recent articles, ITS and Verizon are replacing the campus telephone and voice mail systems this weekend beginning at 8:00 pm on Friday, January 4th and continuing through Sunday, January 6th.

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The Memphis file server will be unavailable for extended maintenance starting at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, January 4th.

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The High King's Tomb, the third in a series of novels by Kristen Britain '87, went into a second printing just two weeks after it was released in early November and is now on the New York Times bestseller list.

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Dave Priester, director of technical operations for the Roy H. Park School of Communications, called our attention to a spiffy new sustainable equipment upgrade in their master control suite. Their new Miranda Kaleido-x Multiviewer™ handles all three television production control rooms plus a couple of additional editing displays from one central location. Installing this Multiviewer™ has enabled the Office of Technical Operations to get rid of more than 20 cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors so far.

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The Bookstore recently advised us that they have added a special new item to the IC imprint items they sell: a line of pens with "Ithaca College" printed on the barrel and the words "Environmentally Friendly" and the recycling symbol imprinted on the clip.

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IC Square Food Court will be operating out of the Campus Center Dining Hall on January 2, 3, and 4 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m each day due to construction.

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During winter break, drop-in groups will meet at 2:00 p.m. in the upstairs cafe at Autumn Leaves Bookstore on the Commons. We will meet on the following dates: Friday, January 4; Tuesday, January 8; Friday, January 11; Tuesday, January 15; and Friday, January 18. We will share goals and progress and, if time permits, exchange drafts of text. See below to sign up for a spring semester group.

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Dr. Nancy Cornwell will join the Television-Radio Department as Associate Professor and Chair beginning January 1, 2008.

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Steven Younger, assistant professor of economics, participated in a workshop in Rabat, Morocco, December 15 and 16.

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Save the following dates for our spring 2008 accepted student programs!

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Kathleen Mulligan, assistant professor of voice and speech in the Department of Theatre Arts, will represent Ithaca College at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival's Region 2 conference in Pittsburgh, to be held January 4-6, 2008.

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As announced in recent articles, ITS and Verizon are working together to replace the campus telephone and voice mail systems in early January. Please read below for important information about replacement telephones, as well as system downtime during the cut over to the new system.

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In October 2007, the first-year scholars of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholars Program took a trip to the south for the program's annual Civil Rights Tour. During their trip, these students visited the sites of the era's most recognized events and met with influential leaders from the civil rights movement.

Inspired by their experience, the scholars have written and produced an interactive theater program to bring what they've learned to the campus community. Come see this breath-taking production at 4:00 or 5:40 p.m. January 21, 2008, in the Emerson Suites and go on a trip through the Civil Rights Era with the MLK Scholars. You'll witness a sit-in at a local diner, listen to the words of Emmitt Till, a 14-year old boy whose death energized the movement, and experience much more. This is an experience you will not want to miss.

Don't forget to go online to http://ithaca.edu/csli/forms/mlkday.htm to pre-register to attend any of the events scheduled for Monday, January 21, 2008.

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New Director of the Budget

Contributed by Carl Sgrecci on 12/19/2007 

I am pleased to be able to inform the campus community that Sally Dietz has accepted the position of Budget Director at the College. It is indeed a pleasure to see that this position will continue to be filled by one of “our own.” Sally, as did her predecessor John Galt, received her undergraduate degree from Ithaca College. Sally completed her work under the College’s “Return to College Program.” She went on to receive her MBA degree from the School of Business.

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Spring 2008 Early Arrival Requests

Contributed by Barth Myers on 12/19/2007 

The following guidelines are used by the Office of Residential Life to process early arrival requests for the spring 2008 semester. Please review these as you begin to plan for spring opening.

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Below you will find information regarding special distribution procedures for the last paycheck of 2007. This info is relevant to employees who are paid either semimonthly or biweekly, as well as for student workers.

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