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Led by Ugandan-born flute player, percussionist, and singer Samite (pronounced "Sam-ee-teh"), the trio bearing his name will give a free performance of vocal and instrumental music at Ithaca College on Wednesday, February 15. The concert will begin at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music. Guitarist David Cullen and drummer Mar Gueye round out the group.

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Leigh Ann Vaughn and her research team students, Jill Malik, Sandra Schwartz, Zhivka Petkova, Lindsay Trudeau, and Lauren Graber, presented a poster about their research at the annual convention of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, in Palm Springs, CA.

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The Concert Band, under conductor Mark Fonder, will present a free concert entitled "Transformations" on Tuesday, February 14 at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall. Music featured will be by Hindemith, Grainger, Wilson, and Linn.

Joan Wynne will give a free, public address at Ithaca College on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 7:00 p.m. in Textor 101. The title of her talk will be: "Education to Liberate: Quality Education for All of Our Children."

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No Pressure Blood Pressure

Contributed by Mel Ginsberg-Stevens on 02/08/2006 

In honor of American Heart Month, on February 14 the Ithaca College Wellness Clinic and Department of Exercise Science will once again be doing "No Pressure Blood Pressure."

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The Office of Multicultural Affairs, on behalf of the African Latino Society, invites Ithaca College community members to nominate an Ithaca College ALANA (African-American, Latino/a, Asian, or Native American) student to be considered for the 2006–2007 African Latino Society Alumni Memorial Scholarship.

This scholarship honors high-achieving ALANA students who have made significant contributions to multicultural awareness and to the well being of ALANA students on the Ithaca College campus.

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Valentines Bake Sale!

Contributed by Cassandra Davies on 02/08/2006 

Satisfy your sweet tooth! Come to the IC Culinary Arts Club's Valentines Bake Sale!

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Nominate Service-Minded Students

Contributed by Margaret Adams on 02/08/2006 

The Office of Multicultural Affairs invites Ithaca College community members to nominate an Ithaca College ALANA (African-American, Latino/a, Asian, or Native American) student to be considered for the 2006–2007 Rashad G. Richardson “I Can Achieve” Memorial Scholarship.

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Would you like to design your own major? Join us Wednesday, February 15 at noon in Friends 104 and learn about Ithaca College's planned studies program.

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Ithaca College's Department of Theatre Arts presents Voices in the Dark, a student-written romantic drama, by senior B.F.A. acting major Ellen Cribbs. Performances are February 12 and 13 at 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. and will be located in Studio 2 at Dillingham Center. Free tickets may be picked at the box office in Dillingham Center in advance or at the door. For more information call 607-274-3224 or visit www.ithaca.edu/theatre.

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Don't miss out -- there are still spaces left in the IC Catholic Community Retreat for faculty and staff, scheduled for the evening of Friday, March 17.

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Submitted for: Vicki Estabrook, Director of Employment and Employee Relations

Ithaca College welcomes our new faculty and staff to the campus community.

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"Going Once ..Going Twice…"

Contributed by Lynne Pierce on 02/08/2006 

The Senior Class proudly invites all faculty and staff to our 2006 hours celebration.

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Darwin Discussion Continues

Contributed by Susanne Morgan on 02/07/2006 

Following the lively and well-attended colloquium on intelligent design last fall, and coordinated with the community-wide Darwin Day celebration, members of our faculty present a film screening, panel, and discussion on Monday February 13, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm in the Clark Lounge of the Campus Center.

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RHA Seeks Feedback

Contributed by Drew Hatton on 02/07/2006 

The Residence Hall Association will be in the residence halls looking for feedback on how students feel about living on campus.

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On April 10 through 12, Ithaca College will join five of the most highly-regarded communications schools in New York for the Central New York Communications Consortium at Syracuse University.

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On April 10th through 12th, Ithaca College will join 5 of the most highly-regarded communications schools in New York for the Central New York Communications Consortium held at Syracuse University.

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Do you bridge science and humanities? Consider the 2006 C.P. Snow Scholar Award.

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The Office of Human Resources and the School of Health Sciences & Human Performance are pleased to offer a college-wide, staff development opportunity for February 28, 2006 in Emerson Suite C. Marja L. Freeman, a dynamic speaker with over 15 years experience in employment consulting /career development training, and over 5 years experience in motivational speaking and training, will be on campus to present the following two sessions:

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Do you bridge science and humanities? Consider the 2006 C.P. Snow Scholar Award.

Has your student career at Ithaca College been based on a perspective that bridges science and humanities? Do you believe that sciences and humanities can and should be integrated? You may then be a candidate for the C. P. Snow Scholar Award. The award, which includes a certificate and $500, recognizes a student who has successfully combined scientific and humanistic studies at Ithaca College. Presentation of the award will be made on March 16 at the C.P. Snow Lecture of Manjul Bhargava. C.P. Snow was a British philosopher, physicist, biographer, novelist, and social critic who believed that communication among mainstream scientists, social scientists, and humanists was the greatest avenue to social progress. Each year, Ithaca College sponsors a lecture series and student award that honor this principle.

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