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Effective November 30th, please be advised that prices on bottled water and carbonated beverages will increase 10 cents and 5 cents respectively.

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Winter Vacancies

Contributed by Linda Koenig on 11/29/2009 

Winter Vacancy forms will be available on November 30, 2009 in the Office of Residential Life located in the East Tower and need to be received no later than December 14, 2009 at 5pm.  Any vacancy request received after December 14, 2009 at 5pm cannot be guaranteed and the space may be filled by the Office of Residential Life.

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CCC is sorry to inform the IC community that the event, Study Abroad For A Night, that was supposed to be held in the Fitness Center Gym on Tuesday, December 1st, will be canceled.

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Ever Think About Studying Abroad?

Contributed by Jessica Farley on 11/28/2009 

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.”
-Marcel Proust

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What do you see for the future of females as young as 5-years old forced to have sex?

What do you see for the future of people trafficked into the U.S. daily and exploited into living the "American Dream" with no pay?

What do you see for the future of child soldiers trained to kill?

What do you see for the future of environmental hazards in Third World Countries?

I C JUSTICE.

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IC After Dark Presents...TV LAND!

Contributed by Amanda Roselli on 11/28/2009 

Tune In!

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This is your chance to get a job or internship that will let you work on The Hill, ride the T to work, see the lights of the Big Apple and/or Hollywood.  200 companies have posted opportunities and will attend the Career & Internship Connection (CIC) fairs this January.

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A genetic look at discovering dog domestication, Tuesday Dec 1, 7:30 pm, CNS 208

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  STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD IS RECRUITING FOR NEXT SEMESTER

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  SAB COMEDY PRESENTS: Comedian Dan Cummins

 

 

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SAB MUSIC PRESENTS: Cymbals Eat Guitars and The Red Lions

 

 

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SAB PRESENTS: XTREME Gingerbread Contest!

 

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What do you see for the future of females as young as 5-years old forced to have sex?

What do you see for the future of people trafficked into the U.S. daily and exploited into living the "American Dream" with no pay?

What do you see for the future of child soldiers trained to kill?

What do you see for the future of environmental hazards in Third World Countries?

I C JUSTICE.

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The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will host a free public screening of the documentary, A Closer Walk, on Tuesday, December 1. The 7:00 p.m. showing in Textor 101 is being held in observance of World AIDS Day.

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   STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD IS RECRUITING FOR NEXT SEMESTER

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SAB COMEDY PRESENTS: Comedian Dan Cummins

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    SAB MUSIC PRESENTS: Cymbals Eat Guitars and The Red Lions

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    SAB PRESENTS: XTREME Gingerbread Contest!

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The Intergenerational Choir performs in concert at Hockett Family Recital Hall, Dec.1 at 7pm
 

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The Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday will be celebrated in 2010 during the first week of classes, January 25-29, 2010 (as the Federal holiday falls this year prior to the return of students).

The planning committee is soliciting academic presentations as part of this week of celebration and service.  This year's theme is: Where Do You Stand?  This year's theme was selected from the following quote adapted from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr:  "The ultimate measure of individuals is not where they stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where they stand at times of challenge and controversy.

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