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A formal groundbreaking ceremony was held on May 25 for the college’s new Gateway Building. Intended to serve as an attractive entry to the campus, the building will house offices for enrollment planning, human resources and graduate studies as well as senior administrative offices. In keeping with the college’s sustainability commitment, the facility was designed by HOLT Architects to achieve at least LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
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Colleges Against Cancer wishes everyone a great summer.
Spam Trap, the College’s Web application for helping to control email spam, has a new look.
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Order your tickets now for the 18th IC Employee Picnic on June 9, 2007 from 10am-2pm. Hurry, ticket orders will only be accepted until May 31, 2007.
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Parking and Traffic Services will be closed on the following dates and times for training on new software.
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Information Technology Services is pleased to announce a new project proposal intake system. This process should be used when you need assistance from ITS in developing a new technology-related application or service.
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Do you have questions about your Medical Benefits? Denise Dolinksy, our Aetna representative, is coming to the Ithaca College campus a few times a month and will be available to answer your questions.
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Contributed by Winsome Wade-Compton on 05/24/2007
Asma Barlas, director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) and professor of politics, was invited by the National Film Board of Canada to give the keynote address for its film series, Women and Islam, in Toronto on May 22. The title of her presentation was "Lost in Translation: [Muslim] Women and [Films on] Islam."
Contributed by Rosalie Fitzgerald on 05/23/2007
Beginning Wednesday, May 30 the paving of Elmira Road will begin at the 300 block of Elmira Road between the Spencer Road intersection and the Fairgrounds Memorial Parkway (WalMart/Lowe’s entrance).
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Applications for outdoor pool memberships and lessons are now available on the Recreational Sports website.
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Contributed by Michael McGreevey on 05/23/2007
In appreciation for a great year and as a special thank you to everyone that made our Commencement weekend successful, please join your IC colleagues for a light breakfast on Friday, May 25 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in IC Square of the Campus Center.
Now that Commencement has come and gone and the campus is much quieter, I wanted to thank everyone who played a role with Commencement this year.
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Contributed by Maureen Forrest on 05/23/2007
V-I-P packages for the Ithaca Community Fireworks Show on Monday, July 2, are now available, according to Fran Benedict, chair of the volunteer committee that organizes the fireworks show.
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Contributed by Kathy Farley on 05/23/2007
Recreational Sports will have ten summer golf tournaments throughout the area this summer.
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Ready for some summer fun? Then join us for our summer bus trip to Darien Lake!!
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Contributed by Jackie Hopkins on 05/22/2007
The following is a list of summer construction projects. Any questions and concerns please contact Planning, Design and Construction at 274-1537.
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Contributed by Robert Holt on 05/21/2007
2007 New York State (NYS) Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign "Click It or Ticket" begins today and runs for two full weeks.
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After Friday May 25th, personal computers running the Microsoft Vista operating system will be able to connect to the IC wireless network. Please contact the Helpdesk at 274-3282 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or problems.
Contributed by David Maley on 05/20/2007
As the former executive director of Amnesty International USA, William Schulz has seen his share of misery. Yet after years of witnessing human rights abuses in trouble spots ranging from Darfur to Northern Ireland to New Orleans, and despite living in a world brimming with genocide, torture and senseless violence, Schulz says history is not in checkmate. Thanks to people of good conscience and good will, he believes, suffering humanity always has another move. Schulz delivered his message of hope to some 1,350 graduates and their guests at Ithaca College’s 112th commencement on May 20.
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