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 Ever Thought of Modeling?

Contributed by Meaghan Layden on 09/30/2010 

 HiFashion Studios is looking for both new and experienced models to be a part of this year's modeling agency.

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Winter in the Big Apple

Contributed by Kasey J. Spada on 09/30/2010 

Please join us for our annual winter bus trip to New York City on Sat. Dec. 4, 2010.

We will begin accepting payments for this trip on Mon. Oct. 18, 2010.

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"It's Good To Be the King: A Mel Brooks Cabaret" will be iSing's first production of the 2010-2011 school year. Come and audition for an original cabaret written specifically to pay homage to the comedic brilliance of none other than Mel Brooks himself!

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If you have concerns about Apogee, specifically wireless internet, or new projects in the residence halls on campus, please come to the Residence Hall Association’s meeting on Monday, October 4th at 8:15 PM in the Taughannock Falls Meeting Room on the third floor of campus center.

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Are you an English major or minor interested in learning more about graduate school?

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Violinist Nicholas DiEugenio and Pianist Nathan Hess, Assistant Professors in the School of Music, presented a recital on September 17 as guest artists at Penn State University. Their program, “Bird As Prophet,” commemorated the 200th anniversary of Robert Schumann’s birth by featuring interconnected musical works of Schumann, Johannes Brahms, and the living American composer Martin Bresnick. In addition to the recital, Hess and DiEugenio each presented a masterclass to piano and violin majors and Penn State.

For the 2010-11 academic year, the Handwerker Gallery has brought in an assistant director, Erika Fowler-Decatur, while Cheryl Kramer is on quarter-time status enjoying time with her newborn son.

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From the editors of The Ithacan:

The Ithacan is conducting a survey to learn how employees at Ithaca College feel about their jobs and the workplace. We encourage all administrators, faculty and staff to participate.

 To complete The Ithacan’s survey, please go to http://theithacan.org/3468 or The Ithacan’s homepage at theithacan.org. RESPONSES ARE ANONYMOUS AND PARTICIPANTS WILL NOT BE IDENTIFIED IN ANY WAY.

After learning the college was not ranked in a 2010 survey rating the best institutions of higher education to work for, The Ithacan decided to launch this survey to gain a more comprehensive understanding as to why the college would not have been ranked.

 

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From September 23rd through the 26th the British National Debate Team visited Ithaca College.  Ithaca was the second stop on the Brits tour of the United States. 

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NBC's "AMERICA'S GOT TALENT" will be in Ithaca, NY on Sunday, the 3rd of October between 9am and 6pm to hold an invitation only, non-televised showcase for performing artists who would like a chance at trying out for the 6th season of the show (2011).

This allows the show to make sure they tap into more of the country's talent pool since they usually only hit a limited amount of locations in our televised, nation-wide casting tour.

All types of performing artists are invited to audition including, but not limited to, singers, musicians, bands, marching bands, dance troupes/soloists, aerialists, pyro, jugglers, acro, and magicians.

This is NOT a cattle call. The Community Arts Partnership will send location information once performers are booked with specific times.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Brett Bossard, Executive Director of the Community Arts Partnership, by email at director@artspartner.org with information about your act.

It’s hard to believe that the time to select the 2011 First Year Reading Initiative (FYRI) is here. If you have suggestions for books you wish the Committee to consider please send these suggestions to Hillary Barrett at hbarrett@ithaca.edu

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As part of Fall Splash (Alumni and Homecoming Weekend), on Friday, October 1, several panel discussions will be held highlighting current issues and trends in the areas of business, communications, and career success. Please join our distinguished alumni guests and your fellow IC community members for these informative discussions. A full schedule is below.

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Park School alumni from across the country will share their expertise with students, faculty, and staff in a series of panel discussions and screenings September 30 and October 1. The events are being held in conjunction with Fall Splash, the college’s reunion/homecoming weekend.

Sessions are open to the public and topics include: Advertising/PR/Marketing/Branding;  Reinventing Traditional Media; Entrepreneurship: Developing your own Content & Brand; and a screening of the documentary, "Dying to Live." 

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Dr. Stephen Tropiano, Program Director of the Ithaca College LA Program and Associate Professor, Department of Television-Radio, will serve as this year's National Coming Out Day speaker. Tropiano’s talk Truth, Lies, and Everything in Between: LGBT Identity in the Digital Age will take place on Thursday, October 7 at 7:00 p.m. in Clark Lounge, Egbert Hall.

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October is GLBT History Month

Contributed by Luca Maurer on 09/29/2010 

 October is GLBT History Month.  Each day throughout the month a video highlighting a different historical figure will be available from a special section of the LGBT Center Website: GLBT History Month Featured Videos

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Have you ever wanted to write a novel? In attempts to write one, have you become the artful master of procrastinating?

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 Two alumni of the music department tuba-euphonium studio were featured in performances at the  I.T.E.A. convention.

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The Jostens ring representative will be at the Bookstore on September 30 and October 1and 2.  She will be available to review your options and place orders.  Stop by the Bookstore for more class ring information.

SAB Presents: FALL FEST!

Thursday, October 7th 3 PM to 6 PM on the Fitness Center Quad

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If you are interested in teaching an undergraduate course this winter session, please complete the online course proposal form by end of day Friday, October 1st. That's this Friday! To get to the online form, visit our For Faculty page and select the tab for Winter 2011. You'll then see the tab for the online form on the left nav bar.

October 12 -- Faculty notified of selections for winter course roster
October 15 -- Undergraduate winter courses published for student review
November 1 -- Winter 2011 registration begins

Course proposals for summer session are also being accepted. (Select the tab for Summer 2011 on the For Faculty site.) The summer course proposal deadline is November 30th.

Email Jen Wofford with any questions!