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The men's tennis team swept three matches at the Empire 8 Championship Tournament, winning the conference title for the third time in four years.
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The "Art Link" Gallery's 26th Annual National Juried Exhibition
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What are you doing for lunch this Thursday? Empty Bowls is coming to campus!
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The academic year is set to close on a note of kindness.
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Contributed for: Cheryl A. Freer, Director of Benefits
Simon Tarr (Cinema and Photo) will become the first professor of New Media Design at the University of South Carolina.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 04/24/2006
Kyle Block, Mark Hager and Anthony Parisi presented, “Monitoring Amphibian Road Mortality During Migration: Tompkins Co, NY” at the Northeast Natural History Conference, sponsored by the New York State Museum in Albany. The paper was co-authored with John Confer.
The Eastern College Science Conference is held each year in the northeast. The host institution changes year to year. The conference is designed specifically for undergraduates to present the results of their research in a friendly environment. All presentations are given by undergraduates.
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Scott Werneke ('07) is this year's winner of the Outstanding Presentation Award for his presentation entitled, “Metal interactions with slug glue proteins”, at the Eastern College Science Conference. He conducted his research in Andy Smith's lab.
Contributed by Paul Geisler on 04/24/2006
In continuing with the standard of excellence established by the Ithaca College Athletic Training Education Program, we are pleased to announce that three of our student majors have won highly competitive state, regional and national scholarship competitions! Please join us in congratulating these fine young ladies!
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Contributed by Jonathan Laskowitz on 04/24/2006
On Saturday evening, April 22, at the 2006 Rainbow Reception for Graduates, Rebecca F. Plante, sociology, was awarded the Office of Multicultural Affairs LGBT Ally Award. This award honors "outstanding efforts as an Ally to the LGBT community at Ithaca College".
Contributed by Lillian Tavelli on 04/24/2006
Remember to register your vehicle for the 2006-2007 school year now and avoid the long lines next year.
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iMPrint Weekly: Cell phones giving iPods a run for their money and what athletes do if they don't go pro
Contributed by Christopher Baxter on 04/23/2006
iMPrint Magazine: College Life's Internet Magazine has published it's fourth-and-final edition for the month of April. iMPrint will cease publishing for the semester May 5.
iMPrint now updates on a weekly basis. For up-to-the-minute announcements and postings, visit the site and click 'subscribe' (it's free!).
Here's a look at this week's articles:
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Don't Get Squashed by Textbook Prices!
Do you want to make a difference for Ithaca College while earning extra cash?
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Celebrate the end of the semester with IC After Dark and IC Kicks Back!
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Contributed by Jaimie Voorhees on 04/21/2006
The campus community is cordially invited to attend public presentations by the candidates for the Director of Admission position (see below for date, time and location). A question and answer session will follow each presentation.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 04/21/2006
One of the most influential conservative commentators in the country will give a defense of the war on terror in a talk at Ithaca College. Rich Lowry, editor of "National Review," will speak on Tuesday, April 25, at 8:00 p.m. in Park Hall Auditorium. Titled "The Benign Superpower: In Defense of the President's Bush's War on Terror," his talk is free and open to the public.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 04/21/2006
Can a story change the world? Find out on Tuesday, April 25, at 8:00 p.m. in Textor 101. "Invisible Children" tells the story of three young Americans who undertook a film-making adventure in Africa, but whose experience transformed into much more, when they found themselves stranded in Northern Uganda. They discovered children being kidnapped nightly from their homes and subsequently forced to fight as child soldiers. This film is dedicated to exposing this tragic and - amazingly - largely untold story.
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Are you looking for a summer job? The Office of Multicultural Affairs is now taking applications for summer employment.
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