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The 2010 Ithaca College United Way Campaign is moving into the home stretch - we are at almost 70% of our goal!  All faculty and staff should have received their UW information - including a pledge card.  Just complete the enclosed pledge card, fold it and send it off to Eileen Patocka in the PRW Center - yes, it is that easy.  Please consider payroll deduction - it is painless and very easy and efficient way to share a gift over the course of the year a little bit at a time.  Any amount is appreciated to help those within the community that are truly in need.

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Join Art Club as a member or an officer!

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 Music by Jason Robert Brown, this song cycle features an amazing score about those stories where you have to take that step and make the choice - to enter a new world.

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Public Viewing Night, TONIGHT from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

You are invited to join the Ithaca College Department of Physics for a Public Viewing of the night sky at the Clinton B. Ford Observatory TONIGHT, December 10th from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Network Nights 2011 Reminder

Contributed by Susan Welch on 12/09/2010 

The deadline to register is January 2, 2011. Students and alumni who register by December 17th will be entered into a drawing to win a prize!

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 Arts Across Campus

Contributed by Travis Kaller on 12/09/2010 


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Greetings and best wishes to everyone as the semester comes to a close. Returning home for winter break can be wonderful and exciting, but sometimes stressful. This newly updated section of the LGBT Center website provides a list of resources full of information, support, and diversion created especially for you during winter break.  Wishing you the best of luck during finals week, and a safe and happy winter break!


IC Students are invited to join alumni, parents, and friends, for an exciting night of hockey as the Syracuse Crunch take on the Rochester Americans!

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Come to the Bomber Bash on Friday after classes and learn how you can make Ithaca College history. Prizes for the winning mascot suggestion will be revealed.

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Join the IC Community as we celebrate the life, legacy, and relevance of Dr. King and his message.

Each year, Ithaca College chooses a theme for its annual MLK Week celebration. This year's theme is "Addressing the Fierce Urgency of Now," derived from a speech by Dr. King entitled Beyond Vietnam—A time to Break Silence, delivered April 4, 1967.  In the speech, Dr. King motivates us to take advantage of the present.  His message emphasizes the fact that time will always keep going – he calls us, instead, to act now

To read the full quote and learn more about MLK Week events, visit the MLK Week 2011 website.

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MLK Day of Service will be Saturday, January 29, 2011. The theme for this year is "Addressing the Fierce Urgency of Now." What will you do to make your voice heard? How will you improve your community?

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The Oracle Honor Society, Ithaca College’s first-year academic honor society, inducted 202 new members in a special ceremony at the Emerson Suites on Monday evening, November 15.  Founded in 1928, the Oracle Honor Society’s membership includes students who represent the top 10% of each school throughout their first full academic year.

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Please see the announcement below regarding how to enter time for next week.

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All Campus Living Wage 

Contributed by Lillie Fleshler on 12/09/2010 

Here is another chance to sign the petition for a living wage for dining services.

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As a reminder, our market research partner SimpsonScarborough will be offering two open forums on Tuesday, December 14 to present the findings from their surveys to our prospective students and higher education peers (faculty, staff, administrators at other colleges) they administered in October.

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Leon W. Couch published a review article on a new CD in the December 2010 issue of The Diapason.

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“Shooting the Messenger/ اطلاق النار على صاحب رسالة” is a student documentary created by Katie Zimmerman, Kaitlyn Rich and Amy Born, featuring interviews with Iraqi translators and interpreters employed by the United States.

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Most IC students take winter break as a time to be with family during holidays and rest up between semesters. But we know there are some students who, for one reason or another, can’t get home or choose not to travel and end up staying on campus for part or all of this break. If you’re one of those students, we’d like to know your story!

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Dr. Nathan Hess, Assistant Professor of Piano in the School of Music, was invited to adjudicate three days of piano competitions at the Virginia Music Teachers Association fall conference, held at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA, on Nov. 11-14. The competitions, Junior Piano, Senior Piano, and Young Artists Piano, were sponsored by Music Teachers National Association.

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