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Guest trombonist Eileen Meyer Russell will present a free recital at 8:15 p.m. on Monday, December 4 in the Hockett Family Recital Hall at Ithaca College. Music of Jorgensen, Halsey Stevens, Hoshina, David Fetter, and Nino Rota will be performed with pianist Diane Birr. The Hoshina work will include a visual element, photographs of Corpus Christi Bay taken over the course of a year by the performer.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 11/28/2006
A series of scenes from Mozart’s operas will be featured on an upcoming free performance by the Ithaca College School of Music Opera Workshop on Thursday, November 30 at 8:15 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. Musical director Mark Kaczmarczyk has designed a program entitled “Mozart and Constanze: Love Letters” interspersing readings of Mozart’s letters with scenes from “The Marriage of Figaro,” “Don Giovanni,” “The Abduction from the Seraglio,” and “The Magic Flute.” Brian Lilley and Atakan Sari will be the pianists.
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The next meeting for the informal education and support group for employees dealing with care giving issues is scheduled for Friday, December 1, 2006, noon to 1:00 p.m. in room 413 of the Center for Health Sciences (Gerontology Resource Room).
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On Thursday, November 30, the Yardvarks will perform at the Handwerker Gallery. The Yardvarks, a quirky folky semi-acoustic quartet featuring Tom Farrell, Eric Ott, John Simon, and Ken Zesserson, specialize in heartfelt rock and roll with three-part vocal arrangements of tunes by the likes of Elvis Costello, Talking Heads, Joni Mitchell and their predecessors such as the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Neil Young. We must warn you that one Neal Diamond tune has somehow snuck into their repertoire as well. The Yardvarks will perform from 7:00-9:00 pm, with invitations to stump the band with requests from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s during the second half of the show. Audience members will also be welcome to come up and sing with the band.
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Contributed by Jen Richardson on 11/27/2006
Are you energetic, enthusiastic and looking for employment? Do you want to see your name on the bulletin board in the Towers Concourse?
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Contributed by Patricia Green on 11/27/2006
Srijana Bajracharya, Associate Professor, Health Promotion and Physical Education and Janet Wigglesworth, Associate Dean for Graduate and Clinical Services, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, presented a research paper at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting and Exposition in Boston, MA on November 8, 2006 under the session titled, “Initiatives and Research in Cancer” endorsed by Epidemiology section of APHA.
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Six students will be chosen to document their Spring semester and get paid for doing it. We'll supply the video cameras, training, and direction - you supply the experience.
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Contributed by Bonita Ferguson on 11/27/2006
Harry McCue, Professor and Chairperson of the Art Dept., has had his recent print, "Fat Pig" selected for inclusion in the 20th Parkside National Small Print Exhibition.
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*10% OFF ALL BOOKSTORE PURCHASES! MONDAY DECEMBER 4, 2006. *EXCLUDES-BUS PASSES, TEXTBOOKS, SOFTWARE AND PHONE CARDS.
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Contributed by Winsome Wade-Compton on 11/27/2006
Asma Barlas, Director of CSCRE and professor of Politics, made two presentations in the Netherlands over Thanksgiving. The first was at the invitation of the Philosophy Department of the University of Amsterdam on "Women's Self-Emancipation Through the Qur'an," at the de Balie Cultural Center on November 21st. The second, "Does the Qur'an Support Gender Equality?" was given at the University of Groningen on November 23rd. This was a keynote address for the workshop on "Islam and Autonomy" organized by the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies.
Contributed by Jonathan Laskowitz on 11/27/2006
Rebecca F. Plante(Sociology) will discuss her research 'HOOKING UP' ON CAMPUS; SEX IN THE LITTLE CITY sponsored by the Bronfenbrenner Life Course Center (BLCC) on Thursday November 30, 2006, 12:00-1:30, 114 MVR Hall, Cornell University Campus.
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Contributed by Kelly Stevens on 11/26/2006
Tickets for the Black and White Formal are on sale!!! They can be purchased:
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The Senior Class is looking for student volunteers (First Year, Sophomore and Junior)to help with the Black & White Semi-Formal on Saturday, December 9, 2006 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Emerson Suites.
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Contributed by Vivian Bruce Conger on 11/24/2006
According to the U.S. government, domestic violence is the most frequent cause of serious injury to women, more than car accidents, muggings, and stranger rapes combined.
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Ithaca College Recreation Trail closed until December 20th.
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The Caring and Sharing Committee is looking for individuals, departments, or organizations to "adopt a family" for the holiday. This year, there are several ways you can help an Ithaca College employee and their family who may be suffering a hardship or unforeseen circumstance.
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Contributed by Susan Monagan on 11/24/2006
On Thursday, November 30th, Ithaca College Theatre opens the adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull by the award-winning playwright Tom Stoppard. Stoppard has written and adapted numerous well-known plays and films, including the Academy–Award winning Shakespeare in Love, for which he earned an Oscar for best original screenplay.
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Contributed by John Fracchia on 11/24/2006
The Office of Career Services is pleased to announce that senior Nicole Spitalieri is one of five students recently selected for a national blog writing contest.
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Contributed by Judith Dresser on 11/24/2006
In view of recent copyright challenges from publishers and the new campus network security initiative, the library will be implementing security and usability enhancements which will affect all locally hosted online reserve services (e-reserves or digital audio reserves) beginning next semester. As a result, there will be a substantial change to how these materials are accessed once the spring semester begins.
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For those of you traveling with us to New York City this Saturday, December 2, here are some important reminders:
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