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Calling all blood types, especially type O!
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October 15, 2006 is the fourth annual observance of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day. It is a day of hope for the future of a world without AIDS .
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Thanks to the great response last week, both our December 2 buses to NYC are full.
Potential Up-coming Trips:
Dates and prices to be determined.
Again, thanks for your patronage! If you have any suggestions for trips send us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The indoor pool will operate under the following hours during fall break:
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Rec Sports offers personal training and nutritional counseling to help you meet your goals!
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Regular hours end 2pm on Wednesday 10/18
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Friday, October 13 is the last day to register to vote in the General Election on November 7. Your registration forms must be postmarked by October 13.
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Contributed by Tammy Lindsay on 10/11/2006
The Early Bird Gets the Gourmet Meal!
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A SPECIAL REMINDER: Ithaca College faculty, staff, and students are invited to a campus wide celebration, today, Thursday, October 12, to launch the CAMPAIGN FOR ITHACA COLLEGE: MAKING A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE.
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Contributed by Marsha Eger on 10/11/2006
Please note that the location for today's Business School reception has changed to the Dillingham Center Lobby. The reception from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.will feature displays of the new building. At 6:00 p.m.,hear brief remarks by Dean Susan Engelkemeyer. Business student leaders and faculty will be on hand to answer questions.
Upcoming events this week in Rec Sports.
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Assistant Professor Kim Gregson was interviewed by the Baltimore Sun concerning the recent purchas of YouTube by Google.
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 10/11/2006
As announced recently in Intercom, many users of the IC email system will be required to make changes to their email program settings by October 25th.
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Are there computers or network laser printers in your area scheduled for replacement this spring under the Technology Renewal Program?
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Do you have odd jobs that need to be done around your house? On Saturday, November 4, you can rent the services of 2 to 42 student crew athletes to help get the job done.
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An interdisciplinary symposium on "Science and Enduring Mystery" will convene at Binghamton University this weekend, October 13-14. Lee Bailey (recently retired from IC's Department of Philosophy and Religion) will be an invited speaker at the event, exploring topics from his recent book "The Enchantments of Technology."
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Contributed by Monica McGavin on 10/10/2006
Occupational Therapy Faculty Member, Carole Dennis, presented two related papers recently.
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Contributed by Lynn Tordella on 10/10/2006
Junior and senior H&S students with outstanding academic records and financial aid eligibility are invited to apply for the Fred L. Emerson Humanities Collaboration Award that supports faculty/student collaboration on scholarly projects in the Humanities. The deadline to submit a formal proposal for spring semester projects is November 3.
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The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity announces its annual Prize in Ethics Essay Contest 2007.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 10/10/2006
Mead Loop, associate professor and chair of the Journalism department, was appointed to a two-year term as a director of the National Scholastic Press Association and Associated College Press, which work to improve student media in colleges and high schools.
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