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Music Education faculty member, Emily Mason, presented a choral workshop at Mansfield University on Oct. 2, 2010 from 9 -1 pm.  

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 ITHACAPPELLA BLOCK 1 CONCERT!!

Contributed by James Knowles on 10/06/2010 

 Tickets will be distributed TODAY from 8:45-3PM in the NORTH FOYER OUTSIDE OF EMERSON SUITES!! Get there early cause these tickets will go FAST!!

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Want to experience all the fun of Fall in Ithaca without leaving campus?

Thursday, October 7th 4 PM to 6 PM on the Fitness Center Quad

Join SAB for an afternoon of pumpkin carving, face painting, eating donuts off a string, scare crow building, cookie painting, apple cider, games and more! But wait, the best part is that it's ALL FREE!! What better way to relax and take a break from studying?!

Don’t forget to bring donations for the CLOTHES AND COAT DRIVE to help others enjoy the coming months as well! The drive is running from October 6th to the 8th. All donations can be dropped off in the SAC or brought to Fall Fest.

The rain location for this event is the IC Square and will be announced by 4 PM on October 6th on the SAB website.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact the SAB at SAB@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Attention all students looking to study abroad - come to the Study Abroad Fair this Friday October, 8th from 11am until 1 pm in the Campus Center Foyer!

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Thinking of trying to eat a healthier diet?

Healthy eating habits are essential to a wellness lifestyle. To maintain a healthy diet, eat fewer processed foods and more whole grains, limit sugar and salt, and stay hydrated (but not by drinking soda and high-sugar energy drinks - stick to water). Learning how to interpret the nutrition labels on foods can help you determine which foods give you more "bang" for your "buck." Try to eat small, frequent meals throughout the day to maintain your energy level for optimal performance in the gym and in the classroom. For more tips on eating smart, visit the Center for Health Promotion website's section, "Nutrition and Healthy Eating" at www.ithaca.edu/sacl/healthpromotion/nutrition/.

Contributed by Erin Wilday, '12

 

Today is Wellness Wednesday! We will be meeting in the Ithaca Falls Room from noon-12:50pm. Bring your lunch and enjoy a free dessert!

Making Your Movement Count

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Philosophy Club meeting

Contributed by Brendan Murday on 10/05/2010 

The Philosophy Club will meet on Thursday 10/7 at 7 pm in Park 228.  All are welcome to come and join the conversation.

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What: Colleges Against Cancer is hosting the annual Pink Ribbon Ball for breast cancer awareness.
When: Thursday, October 21st, 8:00 - 11:00pm
Where: Mondo Gym, Fitness Center, Ithaca College

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Relay For Life Kick-Off Event!

Contributed by Coty Wardwell on 10/05/2010 

What: Colleges Against Cancer is hosting the first Relay For Life Kick-Off Event of the year!
When: Monday, October 11th, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Where: The Pub / La Vincita, Ithaca College

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If so, you're in luck! Tompkins County Office for the Aging is holding a FREE workshop entitled "When an Elder Resists Help."

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Join us for a meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 12:05 in FRIENDS 102 to help plan the first-ever Camp Good Days and Special Times Dance Marathon at Ithaca College!

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Submitted by Eric Maguire, vice president for enrollment management and Brian McAree, vice president for student affairs and campus life.

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Beginning on Monday, October 11, 2010 the service hours for the Office of Student Financial Services will be 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.  Thursday hours will be 10:45 am to 4:30 pm.

The change from our traditional closing time of 5:00 pm will improve student service by allowing staff time at the end of the day to make necessary contact with students and their families who need assistance with financial matters.  This change also will align our service area hours with those of our neighbor, the Registrar's Office, providing a uniform end time for all transactions in this area.

We look forward to assisting the Campus Community with improved efficiency!

Entries are due at 2:00pm on Wednesday!  Be a part of the intramural sensation!

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 Buddhist Club Meditation!

Contributed by Leigh Wilson on 10/05/2010 

Tuesday October 4 in Muller Chapel

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 If you do, then you know how much work still needs to be done. If you don't, you should find out! Either way, you should join Audrey's House -- IC's new club that's helping rebuild post-Katrina New Orleans.

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If you have concerns about Apogee, specifically wireless internet, or new projects in the residence halls on campus, please come to the Residence Hall Association’s meeting TONIGHT at 8:15 PM in the Taughannock Falls Meeting Room on the third floor of campus center.

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This course will bring you into the world of water by viewing documentaries and animations about water issues. You will develop concepts and approaches for creating media that can potentially help expand water awareness among diverse people, including here at Ithaca College. Oct. 22 & Oct. 29. Taught by Mara Alper, Park School of Communications.

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Can your baby drive a robot?

Contributed by Carole W. Dennis on 10/04/2010 

Here's a chance to find out! We are looking for healthy infants who will be six to eight months of age in the interval between October 1 and February 1 to help us test a mobile robot that babies will “drive” by moving their bodies.  

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CPMA Professor Ron Jude will lecture about his new book and exhibition, emmett, in the Parlor Room lecture series at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on Wednesday, October 6th at 6:00 PM.

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