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Contributed by Terry Beckley on 11/30/2004
Cornell University professor of human development Karl A. Pillemer, Ph.D., is the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute's Distinguished Speaker for fall 2004.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 11/30/2004
Provost Peter Bardaglio's commentary "Sustainability Education, the ANAC Mission, and Democratic Citizenship" has been published in the fall 2004 ANAC Bulletin, the online newsletter of the Associated New American Colleges.
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James Paul Meyer, manager of tradebook operations in the College's bookstore, died suddenly on Saturday, November 27, 2004, at home.
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Weisend and McCue, both of the IC art department, will discuss their use of nature as a point of departure for the prints, paintings, and drawings exhibited.
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Contributed by Lis Maurer on 11/29/2004
The LGBT Center's tobacco cessation and prevention initiative, designed to address disproportionate rates of smoking in sexual minority students at Ithaca College, is highlighted in two current publications.
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Written by John Ford in the early 1630s and directed by Claire Gleitman, the play centers around an incestuous love affair carried on by a brother and a sister, in defiance of the conventions of their society, and its bloody consequences.
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Please remember that the deadline for submitting the departmental budget worksheets is Friday, December 10.
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There are still many families (children) who need to be "adopted" for the Holiday.
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Contributed by Ellen J. Staurowsky on 11/29/2004
On Thursday and Friday, January 20-21, 2005, Ithaca College will host a symposium on African Americans in sport entitled "From Jack Johnson to Marion Jones: Gains Made -- Struggles Remain for African Americans in Sport."
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Calling all staff, faculty, alumni, and families: Facilities Services is gearing up for the 30th annual "Lighting the Towers" to ring in 2005.
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The AIDS Working Group announces Ithaca College community events for World AIDS Day on December 1:
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Lizzie Griffin has been a faculty member in the Department of Therapeutic Recreation and Leisure Services for 27 years and plans to retire after this semester.
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Call for presentations at WomenSpeak 2005 on the theme of "Women and Money"
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The Center for Faculty Excellence offers two hands-on workshops for faculty on Thursday, December 2, and Tuesday, December 7.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 11/28/2004
The Ithaca College Symphony and Chamber Orchestras will give a free concert on Thursday, December 2, at 8:15 pm in Ford Hall. Jeffrey Grogan, associate professor of music performance, will conduct.
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With the holiday season upon us, some members of the campus community may choose to decorate. With this in mind, it is a good time to review the fire safety policies for holiday decorations.
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Contributed by Stewart Auyash on 11/27/2004
"You Can't Always Get What You Want, Or Can You? Health Policy in the US: An Inside the Beltway Perspective" -- this is the title of a presentation by Steven G. Speil of the Federation of American Hospitals (the lobby group for the for-profit hospital industry).
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Emmy Award-winning journalist Al Tompkins will speak to the campus chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in a public lecture at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 30, in Klingenstein Lounge.
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Our campaign is off to a great start! To date we are close to the half-way mark of reaching our goal of $58,000.
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There's still space on the bus for our Holiday Trip to New York City on Saturday, December 4.
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