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"Embracing the Broken Middle of Jerusalem: A Future for Jews and Palestinians?" is the title of the inaugural Peggy R. Williams Difficult Dialogues Symposium, scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 8 p.m. in the Emerson Suites.

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     Mara Alper's documentary "Visions of the Huichol'' (WE-chol) was invited to screen at the Kampo Museum in Kyoto, Japan as part of an art exhibit “Mythology from the Huichol Indians in Mexico.” The exhibit runs from Oct. 31, 2009 - Feb. 7, 2010. Alper is invited to give a lecture at the museum about Huichol life, their art and making her documentary.

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Submitted on behalf of Tanya R. Saunders, dean of the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies.

The Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies (DIIS) and the Office of International Programs (OIP) cordially invite faculty applications for the fall 2010 or spring 2011 semester of the London Sabbatical Program. Applicants should be eligible for an approved, funded sabbatical from their school or division covering the proposed semester in London.

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Tibetan Lama Speaks

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 10/06/2009 

Thursday, October 8,  4pm Muller Chapel

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As part of the newly redesigned Bomber website fans can follow Ithaca sports through the Bomber Blog, the Ithaca Athletics Facebook page and even a version of the site for mobile devices.

It's almost here!

Contributed by Lynne Pierce on 10/06/2009 

The first combined Alumni & Homecoming Weekend!

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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, events and performances that happen on our campus.

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IC Human Rights is a new club on campus standing up for people's economic, cultural, and social rights. And we can't do it without you.

 

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Jostens Representative on campus

Contributed by Denise Duve' on 10/06/2009 

The Jostens rep. will be at the Bookstore October 8-10 so that Juniors and Seniors may place their class ring orders.  Please stop but to see the rings and specials from 10am until 3pm. 

Dr. Ellen J. Staurowsky, Professor and Graduate Chair in the Department of Sport Management and Media, has recently published two articles in the fall 2009 edition of New Directions for Community Colleges.

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Choral Collage Sunday

Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 10/06/2009 

A fall tradition, the annual Ithaca College School of Music Choral Collage will take place at 3:00 on Sunday, October 11 in Ford Hall.  Lawrence Doebler, Janet Galván, and Lauri Robinson-Keegan will conduct the free concert featuring the Choir, Madrigal Singers, Chorus, Women’s Chorale, and Vocal Jazz Ensemble.

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Traffic Alert:  Construction crews will be working in the intersection of East State Street / Martin Luther King Jr. Street, Seneca Street and Green Street this week to complete asphalt paving.

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Anyone interested in learning how to turn your ideas into projects for film and television? IC Studio is the place for you! Open to all majors, we will learn how to come up with ideas and create stories for our new television program—“IC Studio; Changing our world, one story at a time). Whether you are interested in comedy, drama, documentary or news, IC Studio is an opportunity to learn how Hollywood works (and sometimes doesn't work) and turn your ideas in to producible stories.

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The Department of Physical Therapy is pleased to invite you to attend either of two duplicate sessions that one of our PT program grads will present as part of the combined IC Reunion/Homecoming Weekend.  

Design for empowerment: Technology that benefits humanity
Come hear how indigenous artisans in Guatemala empower themselves with ergonomics. 

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Free the Slaves is a not for profit organization, and a club on campus made up of people who don't want to live in a world with slavery. And they're willing to do something about it.

 

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If you've been wondering whether or not you might be depressed, complete a free and confidential on-line screening today.

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Brian Keefe, VP of Business & Finance with the Student Government Association will be putting on an information session about the SGA budget process this Thursday, October 8 at 7:00 PM.
 

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The effect of exercise and physical activity on sensory, motor, and cognitive functioning in old age has been the primary research focus of the fall 2009 Gerontology Institute distinguished speaker, Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko, Ph.D.

On Thursday, October 29, 2009, at 7:00 p.m. in Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall, Chodzko-Zajko will present a lecture titled "Physical Activity and Successful Aging." This lecture is free and open to the public. There will be a reception after the presentation.

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IC Nutrition presents Thirsty Thursday!  Join us in the pub this Thursday, October 8th!  We'll be giving out delicious drinks and info about the new Wellness Floor!  Anyone interested in nutrition, exercise, wellness and living with happy people should stop by to chat it up and drink it down! For more information contact: Nutrition@Ithaca.Edu

"Chapters," an evening of dance repertory, original musical composition and film, will be offered one time only at 7pm on Saturday, October 10th. Admission is free, with a $10 suggested donation. The performance will take place in Dillingham Center's Hoerner Theatre. The New York Times has called Ms. Bland, "...an exuberant dancer" and "...semaphoric gestures and tumultuous whole body dancing.  Ms. Bland has authority and knows how to move her performers...”

 

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