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Wednesday, March 19, is RA Appreciation Day!

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The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will feature the The Believers -- a documentary on the world's first transgender gospel choir that shatters assumptions about faith, gender, and religion -- on Tuesday, March 18. The 7:00 p.m. screening in Textor 102 is free and open to the public.

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Summer in Ithaca

Contributed by Denise Duve' on 03/13/2008 

How would you like to spend the summer in Ithaca?

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Student Employment for Fall 2008

Contributed by Denise Duve' on 03/13/2008 

Would you like to work for the Bookstore or Mac's?

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Calling all seniors and graduate students to the Graduation Center event at the Bookstore, March 18 and 19, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. each day.

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Relay For Life -- March 29

Contributed by Daniel Wald on 03/13/2008 

Colleges Against Cancer invites YOU to join us for the fourth annual Relay For Life. The Relay For Life is a 12-hour event that lasts throughout the night to raise money for the American Cancer Society. There will be free food, bands, performances, pie-eating contests, poker, Guitar Hero, and more.

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UPDATE (March 17): This workshop is now full. If you are still interested, please e-mail with a request to be put on the waiting list. Thank you.

Ever wondered how to submit an Intercom story? Want to learn best practices in advertising your news and events on Intercom?

Intercom moderators Christopher Gonzales and Chris Pollock, from the Office of Marketing Communications, will host a workshop, "Using Intercom Effectively," on Wednesday, March 19. The session will be held from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in the Six Mile Creek Room (the old seminar room) in Campus Center, adjacent to the rec room.

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The Offices of the Bursar and Financial Aid are combining to become Student Financial Services (SFS). The Cashiering Services Office is now part of Financial Services. Due to this reorganization, student transactions and departmental transactions at the bursar's service window have been split and assigned separate work stations. Financial Services departmental transactions window hours have changed to 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and closed from noon to 1:00 p.m. every day.

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Want to Be a Ghost Hunter?

Contributed by Anne Woodard on 03/12/2008 

In the spirit(s) of good fun and enjoyment of the current popularity of ghost hunting, we are pleased to announce the addition of a Ghost Hunting 101 course and ghost hunt at one of this area's most haunted inns as one of the items up for bid at the sixth annual Bursar's Benefit Auction!

Take yourself and three friends and learn all about this exciting field, so that you can dazzle your friends with your knowledge on the subject at your next family gathering or club meeting -- or perhaps figure out why that chair always creaks at 3:31 a.m. every night!

Rather go for something more traditional? Fear not. We have other interesting items to bid on as well!

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Career Services congratulates our January "Passport To Your Future" winner, Rachel Glassberg. Rachel won a bookstore gift certificate!

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The Caregiver Education and Support Group will meet on Friday, March 21, from noon to 1:00 p.m. This meeting will be held in the Center for Health Science, room 413.

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We are pleased to announce an addition to the Aetna network of providers in the Metro New York area.

Effective April 1st, 2008, the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will be available as a participating provider to Ithaca College employees and their dependents enrolled in our Aetna plans!

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Prism is Seeking New Advisers!

Contributed by Gina Evers on 03/11/2008 

To all Faculty and Staff:

Do you want to work with a passionate, energetic group of students?

Do you want to have a positive impact on the IC community?

Do you have an interest in equality, activism, and the queer community?

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Women's Appreciation Dinner

Contributed by Taylor Desir on 03/10/2008 

The African-Latino Society and IC Feminists are still accepting nominations for the March 19 Women's Appreciation Dinner.

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Holy Week Services

Contributed by Melissa French on 03/10/2008 

Below is the schedule for Catholic Masses and services for Holy Week and Easter.

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Auxiliary Event Staff Needed

Contributed by William Ferguson on 03/07/2008 

The Office of Public Safety is instituting a new program to assist with staffing for campus special events.

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The Linden Center for Creativity and Aging, administered through the Gerontology Institute, has up to $5,000 a year available to College faculty and/or staff members for projects related to creativity and aging.

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Infant Language Research

Contributed by Nancy Rader on 03/06/2008 

If you have an infant 9 to 14 months of age, we would love to have you participate in our new language study.

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Attention all interested faculty and staff:

The IC coordinating team for the Ithaca College-EcoVillage at Ithaca Partnership for Sustainability Education is soliciting applications for curriculum development initiatives in the area of sustainability, including the "people" element of the "people/planet/prosperity" intersection. The $1,000 curriculum development mini-grants will support work conducted during summer and fall 2008. A maximum of five mini-grants will be awarded.

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Physics professor Luke Keller has been awarded a $25,000 NASA contract to use data from the Spitzer Space Telescope in an ongoing study of solar system formation around distant stars.

Over the next two years, Professor Keller and his students will use spectra from the infrared space telescope to study the light emitted from dust and complex organic molecules that orbit very young stars. They will use the emissions to determine how this dust and gas changes with time and also how the properties of the star affect the orbiting material.

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