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Contributed by Deborah Merriman on 01/30/2004
Are you experiencing issues with an aging parent or family member while continue to juggle a job and family? If so, join the Caregivers Education and Support Group for one of our monthly meetings or on an ongoing basis.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 01/30/2004
Baritone Randie Blooding, an associate professor of music performance in Ithaca College's School of Music, will present a free recital on Friday, January 30.
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Contributed by Kate Brown on 01/29/2004
Two important events highlighting pieces of our nation's past begin the College's observance of Black History Month in February.
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Contributed by Lynda Walters on 01/29/2004
Howard Erlich, dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences, was elected to the executive committee of the American Conference of Academic Deans (ACAD) at its recent annual meeting.
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Contributed by Vickie Clairmont on 01/29/2004
The Spring 2004 Oracle Honor Society induction ceremony will be held on Monday, March 15, at 7:00 p.m. in the Emerson Suites. The ceremony honors students who have completed their first semester at Ithaca College and are in the top 5 percent of their academic schools.
Contributed by Allison Stokes on 01/29/2004
WomenSpeak, the Women's Studies Program's annual in-house conference, now in its eleventh year, will take place on Wednesday, March 31, from 10:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Muller Chapel. The theme this year is "Women and Aging."
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Contributed by Terry Beckley on 01/29/2004
On Thursday, February 12, the Ithaca College community is invited to a Gerontology Institute Distinguished Speaker lecture at 7:00 p.m. in Emerson Suites. Eric Kingson, Ph.D., will deliver a talk titled "The Changing Politics And Policies Of Aging: Implications Today and in 2055!"
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Contributed by Jackie Wandell on 01/28/2004
Start the New Year off right with a FREE MEMBERSHIP to the IC Wellness Clinic!
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There are still spaces left in the next Weight Watchers session, but they are going fast! Why not beat the winter blahs by doing something you can feel good about and join us.
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Are your students preparing to take the GRE, GMAT, LSAT or MCAT exam? If so, then please encourage them to come to the upcoming workshop:
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Contributed by John Hickey on 01/27/2004
Distinguished author George Saunders is on campus this week. His collections of short stories -- Pastorialia, and CivilWarLand in Bad Decline -- are now available in the IC Library.
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Contributed by Rebecca Lesses on 01/27/2004
The Ithaca College Jewish Studies Program invites you to apply for funding in support of your teaching and research in any area related to Jewish history or culture -- broadly defined to include all academic disciplines.
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This wintry weather certainly makes for messy entrances, but everyone in Facilities Services wants you to know that they are working very hard to keep the College safe and dry this winter.
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Contributed by Michael A. Malpass on 01/26/2004
Professor Michael Malpass, anthropology, recently published an article in the leading professional journal of Latin American prehistory.
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Thursday, January 29
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As of Monday, January 26, Dining Services added a new feature to the checkout at the Food Court. Every day, between noon and 1:00 p.m., there will be a register designated as the "Express Register."
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Contributed by Susanne Morgan on 01/26/2004
The Wednesday faculty free coffee series is switching to Thursdays for the first half of this semester.
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The Ithaca College Crew will conduct its annual Erg-a-thon to raise funds for the Tompkins County United Way and the team's upcoming spring trip.
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Contributed by Barbara Johnson on 01/26/2004
Four faculty members from the IC Jewish Studies program presented papers in December at the annual conference of the Jewish Studies Association in Boston. Their strikingly diverse topics were ancient Jewish magic, Holocaust representation in American Jewish fiction, Zionist songs from south India, and medieval French Jewish texts.
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The New York-Penn Region of the American Red Cross distributes nearly 2,000 units of blood every day to a total of 127 area hospitals, due in part to greatly increased medical advances. This is good news for all of us -- unless, of course, there isn't enough blood available to take advantage of these life-saving new treatments.
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