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Please save the date -- the Annual Ithaca College Benefits and Work/Life Fair will be held on Thursday, November 13, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.!

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An Ithaca Idol, that is! Ithaca Idol, a singing competition based on the television show and presented by the Residence Hall Association (RHA), is returning for its sixth year and we are looking for people to audition!

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Information Technology Services would like to announce the release of an upgrade to the Remark Course Evaluation software. While the changes are slight, you will notice a fresh new look to the reports that you are accustom to receiving.

These changes will go into effect for mid-terms of the Fall 2008 semester Course Evaluation processing.

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Ooops! College Health Issues, a one-credit, pass/fail course offered in Block II, was listed incorrectly in HomerConnect. There are still spaces left.

Here's what it's really about ...

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Ithaca College in the Media

Contributed by Anonymous on 10/03/2008 

Quoted in the media: faculty members Kim Gregson and Janice Elich Monroe; president emerita Peggy Williams was also featured.

For more information on the following articles, please visit the IC in the Media page at the Office of Media Relations's website:

IC in the Media

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Please join us for the following dining events this week!

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IC Theatre is accepting donations of books and other reading materials to be sent free of charge to inmates across the country via the community-based organization Books Through Bars of Ithaca. A donation box has been set up at the entrance to the Clark Theatre lobby in Dillingham Center; donations will be accepted now through October 12.

The book drive is taking place in conjunction with Ithaca College Theatre's production of The Exonerated, a play based on the real stories of six wrongfully convicted Americans.

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"Red, White, and Jew"

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 10/03/2008 

Hillel invites you to an evening of politics at "Red, White, and Jew" on Monday, October 6, at 7:00 p.m. in Williams 323.

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The August 2008 issue of MusikTexte: Zeitschrift für Neue Musik, volume 118, was devoted to the music of Chou Wen-chung. Professor emeritus Mary Arlin and Mark Radice, professor of music history, each had an article included in that issue.

Radice's article was titled "Das Zentrum für US-amerikanisch-chinesischen Kulturaustausch" ("The Center for U.S.-American-Chinese Cultural Exchange"); Arlin's article was "Befreiung von Fesseln. Chou Wen-chungs 'Windswept Peaks'" ("Freeing from Chains: Chou Wen-chung's 'Windswept Peaks'").

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What were the effects of federal, state, and local housing policies in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina? Who was responsible for the displacement of tens of thousands of African Americans in New Orleans?

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The Department of Writing and the School of Humanities and Sciences are pleased to present Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn and award-winning essayist Barbara Hurd as part of this semester's Distinguished Visiting Writers Series. Stephen Dunn will read from his work at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 7, in Emerson Suite A, while Barbara Hurd will read at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 9, in Klingentein Lounge. Readings are free and open to the public.

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Please join us in the Handwerker Gallery at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 7, for "Election '08: What to Expect," the first Tuesday Salon of the semester.

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Come listen to two students' experiences from Israel and the West Bank and be a part of a community discussion on Tuesday, October 7, from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in Williams Hall, room 222.

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Is there a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) person in your life? Do you work with LGBT students? Does your curriculum include topics about sexual minority youth, adults, or families?

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Job Shadow in Ithaca!

Contributed by Kristin LiBritz on 10/02/2008 

Do you want to learn more about a career and network with local professionals? Then sign up for Take an Ithacan to Work Days!

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The IC School of Music and the IC Gerontology Institute are teaming up to present 30-minute concerts for local senior groups.

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The Residence Hall Association will host Ithaca Idol, based on the popular television show, this month and is looking for participants to move the crowds and become the next Ithaca Idol!

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Annual Budget Process Sessions

Contributed by Jo Anne Rosato on 10/02/2008 

It will soon be time for the annual budget process!

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Attention Students: Everyone who is eligible to vote. You have the right.

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Time is running out to register. NY deadline is October 10th. Make your vote count!

Kerry Max Cook, who spent two decades on death row wrongfully convicted of murder, will discuss his experiences in an event free and open to the public on Friday, October 10, in Textor 101.

The visit is in conjunction with IC Theatre's production of The Exonerated, a play based on the real stories of six wrongfully convicted Americans. Kerry Max Cook is one of the actual voices behind the play.

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