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Earn your MBA in only 10 months!

Contributed by Charleen Heidt on 02/03/2011 

Learn how to earn your MBA degree at Ithaca College in less than a year even if you didn't major in business as an undergraduate.

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 Due Date, duh.

Contributed by Lilly Miller on 02/03/2011 

Come watch "Due Date" for $2 this weekend... PEER PRESSURE

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Habitat for Humanity is organizing another spring break trip to Advocacy in Albany this year. You don't have to be a member of Habitat to participate! This program is perfect for those interested in policy studies.

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Weekly SGA Updates!

Contributed by Julia Dunn on 02/03/2011 

What’s New In SGA?

 

This week in SGA we invited Anthony Hopson, Assistant Vice President of the College, to join us and speak about his position and what he has recently been working on for the college.

 

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Amidst the hustle and bustle of school life, students might forget about the importance of caring for their mental well-being. Here at Ithaca College, friends and peers live amongst us in unspoken suffering – a quiet struggle with stress and mental illness that often leaves us feeling helpless and alone.

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Enhance your resume, gain leadership skills, and put your expertise to good use by teaching "Don't Just Stand There!" It's a student EMT-run workshop that trains IC students in basic life saving skills (CPR, choking, bleeding). This popular workshop is one hour long and is held several times each semester. 

For more information, contact Isaac Lief '11 at isaaclief@gmail.com.

 

Are you new to climbing and just looking to having fun? Or are you a seasoned climber experiencing withdrawal from climbing outdoors? Come on out on Sunday, February 6th from 7-9 PM for the spring semester opening of IC's rock climbing wall!

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If you are passionate about sustainability and would like to incorporate it into business, marketing, and event planning, consider applying for this position.

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Don’t miss out on exciting events this week!

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Students must have at least one semester of Ithaca College grades to apply, and at least a 2.75 overall grade point average to be considered.  No single criteria, including GPA, guarantees admission to the minor.

 

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Ithaca College is proud to announce its new partnership with Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Central New York! Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central New York and its branch offices help nearly 50,000 consumers each year. With 39 years of professional, non-profit community service experience, CCCS is a fully accredited and licensed organization providing in-person, telephone and internet counseling. CCCS will be on campus every third Wednesday of the month starting February 16th. To schedule an appointment with a representative, you should call CCCS directly at 1-800-479-6026.

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Don’t miss a special student-centered presentation by Jan Cohen-Cruz, scholar, practitioner, and teacher of grassroots, socially-grounded, and activist art on Friday, Feb. 4th 4-5pm in Smiddy 109. There will be a session for faculty from 3-4pm in the Theatre Arts conference room (2nd floor Dillingham) in which Jan will focus on her work with Imagining America.

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Mike Titlebaum, Director of Jazz Studies at IC, invites you to check out one of the many upcoming concerts on and around campus!

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A test of the Ithaca College Emergency Notification System (ENS) will take place on Thursday, Feb. 10, during the noon hour. It will include a test of the Outdoor Warning System, which features a siren tone and a loudspeaker message. There is no need to take any action in response.

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We are in Emerson Suites on Feb 4th in Campus Center from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please come on down and donate to help out your communtiy.

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As many of you know, the IC/Community Workgroup was formed a number of years ago to improve the relationship between the College community and our neighbors on South Hill.  The Workgroup has been successful at addressing issues of concern for our neighbors related to student behavior off-campus (i.e. problem properties, violations of the City and Town noise ordinances, etc.).  We also coordinate the South Hill Welcome Back Brunch each September and initiated the College’s last day of class celebration (IC Kicks Back) at the end of each Spring Semester.

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 Contrary to popular rumor, GZA tickets are NOT sold out and still available via this link or downtown at Angry Mom Records!

http://bit.ly/eAe8HG

Opening the show will be Rhythm Ruckus from VT! Starts at 8pm sharp. see you there. 

Influenza on Campus

Contributed by Teresa Hradisky on 02/03/2011 

Contributed on behalf of Dr. Erin Hall-Rhoades, Assistant Director of Hammond Health Center

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Keeping Your Relationships Strong

Contributed by Julie Tinkham on 02/03/2011 

Personal relationships impact your physical and emotional well-being. See eni’s February newsletter for more information on developing & maintaining healthy relationships, and how important this can be to your physical & emotional well-being.

http://www.ithaca.edu/hr/docs/benefits/balanceworks/BalWork_News_Feb11/

Influenza on Campus

Contributed by Teresa Hradisky on 02/03/2011 

Contributed on behalf of Dr. Erin Hall-Rhoades, Assistant Director of Hammond Health Center

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