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On Friday, July 27, there will be an electrical shutdown effecting all Garden Apartments and Boothroyd buildings only.
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Our faculty and staff are invited to a brown bag Aetna Lunch and Learn session. This session will take place on Tuesday, July 24 in the HR Conference Room in the Administration Annex at noon. This is a great opportunity to get a deeper understanding of how your Aetna coverage works.
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Colleges Against Cancer hopes everyone is having a great summer. Filled with sun and sunscreen (reapply, no sunscreen is waterproof!!)
As you may have noticed, paving equipment has started to appear on campus, marking the beginning of the summer paving projects.
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The informal education and support group for employees dealing with caregiving issues now meets the third Friday of each month. The group was established by the Gerontology Institute together with the Office of Human Resources.
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Contributed by Richard Couture on 07/16/2007
The Coddington Road entrance to the college will be closed on Wednesday, July 18 to perform required work on the relocation of underground electrical wiring.
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Contributed by Jonathan Ablard on 07/13/2007
Jason Freitag, assistant professor of history, has published "Travel, History, Politics, and Heritage: James Tod's 'Personal Narrative'" in Raj Rhapsodies: Tourism, Heritage, and the Seduction of History (Ashgate, United Kingdom).
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Dear Ithaca College Community Member,
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Contributed by Shelley Semmler on 07/11/2007
Dan Branch ’87 and Karen Heiligman Branch ’88 are setting up a $120,000 scholarship to make an Ithaca College education available to worthy students.
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Contributed by Robert Holt on 07/11/2007
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has recently become aware of fraudulent spam e-mail messages claiming to be from DOJ.
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The next meeting for the Ithaca College Toastmasters Club is scheduled for Tuesday, July 17 at 9:00 a.m. in the North Meeting Room in Egbert Hall.
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If blood supplies do not immediately increase, those whose lives depend on transfusions will be at risk for not getting the blood they need. With the weather warmer, please don’t forget to give blood if not for yourself, for friends, your loved ones or your neighbors. Please email or call 274-3371 to make an appointment for our blood drive this Wednesday July 18, in Emerson suites from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
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Contributed by Patricia Zimmermann on 07/09/2007
Three local health care experts will discuss the current state of American medical care at Cinemapolis, 171 E. State St. in Ithaca, on Friday, July 13. The forum will follow a 7 p.m. screening of Sicko, filmmaker Michael Moore’s feature-length documentary on health care in the United States.
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Contributed by Brad Buchanan on 07/06/2007
Well, it is offered right on campus at the Fitness Center.
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Contributed by Lillian Tavelli on 07/06/2007
Parking and Traffic Services will be closed for training Tuesday 7/10 through Friday 7/13/07.
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Kanu Sharma retires from the IC Library after 37 years of service.
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Submitted by Deb Merriman for Robin Davis, Assistant Director of Benefits
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Due to construction work on the connector bridge for the new School of Business Building, it will be necessary to close off the second floor west side exit to Friends Hall.
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Contributed by Theresa Klinger on 07/03/2007
President Peggy R. Williams invites all Ithaca College employees to our traditional summer ice cream social on Monday, August 6 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. on the Campus Center quad. (Rain location: IC Square)
Contributed by Rebecca Peter on 07/02/2007
"In the February 2007 issue of Backpacker [magazine], editor in chief Jonathan Dorn called on the masses to help Backpacker, the Continental Divide Trail Alliance, and federal agencies tackle a massive undertaking: give the trail an official map. As a result, close to 3,000 of you applied, and 300 volunteers where chosen" (source: http://backpackercdtproject.blogspot.com).
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