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Jog Gage, a sophomore exploratory student, and Shanan Glandz, a senior writing major, are the winners of the Perialas Prize in Persuasive Oratory for 2008.
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Got midterm grades? Are you wondering, "Now what?"
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Contributed by Michele Lenhart on 10/20/2008
The Student Leadership Institute (SLI) is a series of interactive workshops designed to help students develop and refine personal leadership skills.
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Sunday, October 26
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This weekend (October 23-26) join us to view the comedy Step Brothers!
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 10/19/2008
The Microsoft Open XML File Format Converter for Mac 1.0 is now available for download from ITS.
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Contributed by Stacia Zabusky on 10/17/2008
The School of Humanities and Sciences is pleased to announce that, this fall, more than $20,000 for 24 different projects was awarded through the H&S Educational Grant Initiative.
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Contributed by Donna Veres on 10/17/2008
Direct deposit provides a convenient, secure, and easy way to access the earnings from your on-campus job. Individuals who choose direct deposit have their money deposited in their personal bank account and have access to the funds the morning of pay date.
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Physics Seminar Series Presents: "DNA and the Nucleosome: The Physics of Strangely Attractive Particles"
Contributed by Rebecca Peter on 10/17/2008
On Tuesday, October 21, at 12:05 p.m. in CNS 261, Kurt Andresen of Colgate University will present a talk: "DNA and the Nucleosome: The Physics of Strangely Attractive Particles." Andresen is a visiting assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Colgate.
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Don't miss out on the exciting happenings this week!
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Contributed by Cheryl Thomason on 10/17/2008
TIAA-CREF recently released a statement that highlights important points to keep in mind during these turbulent financial times. The statement also offers guidance for investors.
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Get educated! Debate your family and friends. Vote with confidence come November 4!
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Students, if you registered and have no received confirmation or your absentee ballot, now is the time to act! Call your local town hall in which you registered and follow up!
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Contributed by Daniel Wald on 10/17/2008
Colleges Against Cancer has a lot in store for you!
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Contributed by Lana Morse on 10/17/2008
Margaret Arnold, associate professor and chair of the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, recently presented at the National Recreation and Park Association annual congress in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Contributed by Kristin LiBritz on 10/17/2008
Explore internship and job opportunities. Network with employers. Show off your favorite professional clothes.
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Do you want to you work for an agency that plays a critical role in the national security of our country? Then consider a career with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and attend an information session at noon Monday, October 20, in the Cayuga Lake Meeting Room.
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Contributed by Chris Pollock on 10/17/2008
Submitted on behalf of Melissa Gattine, special programs and public relations coordinator, Park School of Communications.
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Want to continue your election education? Come join us for a mock debate portraying the presidential candidates -- Barack Obama, John McCain, and Ralph Nader -- on Monday, October 20, in IC Square at 7:00 p.m.
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Have you ever said, "I don't want to vote because I don't know enough about the candidates"?
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