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Spring Break is over and it's time to kick your career into gear! Opportunity Knocks is here to help!

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Act now before it is too late!

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We have over 50 vendors presenting the latest technologies from 9 am until 3 pm in the Emerson Suites and over 40 seminars taking place throughout the Campus Center from 9 am until 4 pm. For more details go to www.ithaca.edu/edtechday

Everyone is invited attend, please stop by.

It's time once again for IC Feminist's annual Red Tent: Alternative Menstrual Fair open house! Tuesday March 27th from 7-9pm in the McDonald Lounge.

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A second chance to show your skills in HORSE!

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One more chance to get that dodgeball team in!

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL STUDENTS

Contributed by Beth Rugg on 03/21/2007 

Submitted on behalf of Information Technology Services and Student Affairs and Campus Life

Just prior to spring break President Williams received notification that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) would be embarking on a new initiative of lawsuits against computer users involved in P2P file-sharing of copyrighted materials from the labels they represent.

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Please join President Williams, Vice President Shelley Semmler, the Alumni Association Board of Directors, family, friends, and colleagues as we celebrate the life of Susan DiPace '74.

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Ned Place, Cornell University
"The hyena chronicles: masculinized females and sexual conflict"

Thursday, March 29
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

http://www.ithaca.edu/biology/seminar_mar29.pdf

Everyone is welcome to attend!

Refreshments will be served beforehand* (3:45 - 4:00 p.m.) in the first floor lobby.

*Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reuse, reduce, recycle!

Can you believe it...the auction is only ONE WEEK AWAY!!! Try not to panic...go to the nearest ATM and start withdrawing your bidding money as you coldly calculate your strategy for the Big Day! This is not the time to be friends with anyone planning on bidding...even your dog is planning on attending (there IS a Dog Lovers basket...). On the fence about coming? Here are the top 10 reasons why you should go:

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MLK 2008 Planning

Contributed by Doreen Hettich-Atkins on 03/21/2007 

The MLK 2008 Planning team is scheduled to begin meeting. We are still soliciting students, faculty and staff who would like to be part of planning the historic first full-day of activities to honor the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Join us on Friday, March 30, 2007 for a night of dinner and entertainment provided right on Ithaca College campus.

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Massage is Back at the Wellness Clinic

Contributed by Judy Mauk on 03/21/2007 

Take a break from work and get a great massage without leaving campus.

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The Truth about Fats

Contributed by Julie Whitten on 03/21/2007 

Here’s a little known fact: Ithaca College Dining Services has been making the conversion to zero trans fat products since 2005.

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Thursdays at the Handwerker and On The Verge present a reading of Caryl Churchill's A Number, March 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Handwerker Gallery.

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Marjorie Fortunoff Mayrock Lecture Series presents Jeff Roche (College of Wooster):

Creating Conservatism: Right-Wing Grassroots Politics during the Cold War
March 22, 2007
Williams 323
7:00 p.m.

Why do Americans become conservative? How do Americans become conservative? These questions have been very much on the minds of those who study postwar American politics. Implicit and presumed, yet far too often unexplored, is that a transformation took place. But what if there was no change? What if Americans (or at least some large percentage of Americans) are basically conservative in their political beliefs? What if they have accepted progressive reforms begrudgingly or in exceptional times?

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Cutting to Cope: Understanding Self-Injury and How to Stop the Cycle
Monday, March 26, 7:00 p.m., Clark Lounge

Cutting or burning yourself, interfering with the healing of wounds, hitting or bruising yourself, and biting your fingernails excessively are all forms of self-injury.

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Writing Contest - Spring 2007

Contributed by Lynn Hyde on 03/21/2007 

The Department of Writing is pleased to present the 2007 Writing Contest. Categories for submission are First-Year Essay, Expository Essay, Creative Non-Fiction, Fiction, and Poetry.

Submit entries by mail or in person to: Writing Contest, The Writing Center, 228 Park Hall, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY 14850. Deadline for entries is Monday, April 9, 2007 at 5:00 p.m. For complete listing of rules please visit http://www.ithaca.edu/hs/depts/writing/ or pick up a brochure in Park 223.

Winners will be announced April 25, 2007 on our website and department bulletin board. Contest winners will receive a prize and will be honored at a reading and celebration at the Handwerker Gallery on May 3, 2007 at 7pm.

Does one of these sound like you?

  • Graduating soon, but no job yet?
  • Need internship experience?
  • Want a summer job?

If so, Career Services can help.

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A new course in the Park School of Communications is open to all Ithaca College students, from freshmen to seniors. H&S majors, Exploratory students, and Communication majors are especially encouraged to register.

The 3-credit course is called, CRITICAL THINKING AND MASS COMMUNICATION, and it offers methods for thinking rationally about all sorts of claims in the media. Topics will range from psychics and UFOs to public relations and propaganda. The material should be very useful to anyone who relies on the media for information, and to those who plan to work in news, nonfiction, or documentary.

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