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The Caring and Sharing Committee's collection of non-perishable food items for the Thanksgiving holiday ends Thursday.  If you see a bin in your area that looks a little empty, please pass the word to fill it up.  PLEASE check expiration dates on food before donating. 

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Bryan Fleischman, Associate Director of Admissions
The American University of Antigua, College of Medicine

Come and learn about Caribbean schools as a viable option for Med School on

TUESDAY, Nov. 16

Sponsored by the Premed Society.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at 274-3161.  We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Hungry? They are too. 

Did you know that one in nearly seven people go hungry? Out of the world population of 6.7 billion, 925 million people suffer from starvation and the health complications that follow.

There IS enough food to feed everyone in the entire world. Let’s share it.

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Don't forget to submit your application to FLEFF by Monday, November 15.

You can do an internship or team leader position with a major environmental and human rights film and arts festival without leaving campus. Gain experience, make connections, work with media professionals, build your resume-and have fun.

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Siren Testing Scheduled

Contributed by David Maley on 11/12/2010 

On the afternoon of Thursday, November 18, Ithaca College will conduct a test of the Outdoor Warning System. Between 2:00 and 3:00 p.m., at least one set of siren tones will be activated, followed by a loudspeaker message noting that this is only a test. The tones and message may be repeated, depending on the results of the testing. There is no need to take any action in response.

HomerConnect Concerns

Contributed by Molly Israel on 11/12/2010 

Submitted on behalf of Brian D. Scholten, Registrar

I apologize to those students who experienced difficulties using HomerConnect to register for classes this past week. The Office of the Registrar, in conjunction with Information Technology Services, is doing its best to resolve any issues and assist students who have encountered problems with registration.

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 Come eat at the new Buffalo Wild Wings in Ithaca to support the Women in Business Network!

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Make networking contacts for your internship or job search, learn about careers and meet other college students from across the Northeast during Road Trips to the Real World

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.....and your LAST chance to enter to win an Apple iPAD!!

The members of the First-Year Experience Coordinating Committee would like to invite all first-year students to attend a series of events designed to highlight the wonderful speakers, films, athletics and performances that happen on our campus all year long!

Here is our LAST featured event of the semester before we announce the winner of the Apple iPad raffle prize!!

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First-Year Experience is looking to hire a Marketing/Communication intern!

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First-Year Experience is looking to hire a Marketing/Communication intern!

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Final Exam Procedures for Faculty

Contributed by Linda Uhll on 11/12/2010 

The large number of students using test accommodations through Student Disability Services during finals week necessitates careful planning for adequate test space, proctors, readers, scribes, and to ensure test security.

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Have you re-enrolled for your 2011 medical benefits?

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Ithaca College Theatre will wrap up the calendar year with Paula Vogel’s drama, “How I Learned to Drive.” The show is directed by Wendy Dann and tells the story of Lil’ Bit as she unfolds the secrets of her abusive and unsettling childhood. This show is intended for mature audiences and presents challenging themes.

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More Flu Shot Clinics Scheduled

Contributed by Laura Keefe on 11/12/2010 

Help keep your family healthy....get your flu shot before Thanksgiving!!

Open to all STUDENTS; IC Faculty and Staff; Sodexho Dining Service Employees; IC Retirees

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The Reggie Simmons '75 Memorial Award Informational Meeting
Come meet last year's recipients and learn about their experience in Africa
Thursday, Nov. 18
12:10 p.m.
Park 220
Interested students are encouraged (but not required) to attend.

The Reggie Simmons Memorial Award will recognize the extraordinary accomplishments and contributions of Reginald Leigh Simmons, Ph.D. Simmons ’75 devoted his life to the people of Africa and this memorial award will provide the opportunity for two students with majors in the Park School of Communications or politics to follow in Simmons' footsteps.

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Since October 29, over 140 new job & internship opportunities have been posted to eRecruiting.  If you haven't logged on recently, check it out!

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Susan Allen-Gil travelled to Denver with other IC faculty to participate in AASHE's 2010 Conference and Expo. She served on panels and sessions addressing the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, IC Climate Action Plan implementation, climate education, international sustainability education, and a panel entitled "Is It Time for a Revolution?," again demonstrating Ithaca College's leadership role in addressing climate change and sustainability issues. 


Christianne Enos ’10 and Joann DeLanoy ’10 recently received Advertising Women of New York (AWNY) Scholarship Awards.

Christianne is majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications with minors in Psychology and Sociology. She has completed internships at TBWAChiatDay in Los Angeles, and, most recently, at IBM in Armonk, NY. Her internship at IMB was awarded to Christianne through the AAF Stickell Internship Program, which designated her as one of the top 15 AAF students in the United States.

Joann is an Integrated Marketing Communications major with a minor in International Communications. She has served as a marketing intern at Ashworth Creative in Poughkeepsie, NY, and as a digital intern at Beyond Consultancy in London, UK.

Both students are actively involved with the American Advertising Federation (AAF) chapter on campus.

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Dr. Skott Freedman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology
and Audiology, presented a 2-hour workshop on central auditory processing disorder (CAPD)
on November 1st, 2010 at the Cornell Cooperative Extension in downtown Ithaca.

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