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Is your organization interested in volunteering with children? IC Bigs is looking for groups to provide and staff activity tables for the IC Family Carnival on Friday, February 24, which benefits the local chapter of One-to-One Big Brother Big Sister.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 01/30/2006
The first annual CellFlix Festival -- featuring movies shot entirely on cell phone -- has been won by Ithaca College junior Mike Potter, a triple major from Broomfield, Colorado. His work was selected from among the 178 entries by a panel of professional judges. Sponsored by Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communications, the CellFlix Festival invited high school and college students to utilize their creative talents to shoot a 30-second movie on their cell phone for a chance to win the grand prize of $5,000. The winning entry can be viewed at www.cellflixfestival.org.
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Contributed by Susan Avery on 01/30/2006
According to the <i>U.S. News and World Report</b> list of the 50 Ways to Improve Your Life (Jan. 2006), "singing helps keep your brain in tune!" There is quite a body of research that indicates the multiple dimensions of music (intellectual, physical, social) set it apart from other cognitively stimulating activities towards a healthier you!
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Contributed by Tina Bennett on 01/30/2006
Frank W. Musgrave, Economics Department has published a book
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Contributed by Tanisha Graves on 01/30/2006
Contributed by Tanisha Graves for Cindy Reckdenwald, Director of Compensation & Organizational Design
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Help the Office of Admission recruit the next class!
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 01/30/2006
The Heritage Brass from the US Military Academy at West Point will give a free concert on Thursday, February 2 at 7:00 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. Performances by the group have been described as, "wonderful, eclectic and flawless performances full of energy and enthusiasm." A large and diverse repertoire representing all styles of music from the 16th century to the present, enables the group to offer a well-balanced program that is sure to satisfy any musical appetite.
Contributed by Susanna Stumpe on 01/30/2006
Tompkins Renewable Energy Education Alliance (TREEA) presents Community-Owned Wind Projects.
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Join IC After Dark on Sunday February 5th and kick off your semester right!
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Contributed by Paula Davis on 01/29/2006
The Ithaca College Catholic Community will present "Finding Stillness in Our Lives," an evening retreat on Friday, March 17th, for any interested IC faculty and staff members.
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Contributed by Cheryl Kramer on 01/29/2006
The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to announce the first event of the Spring 2006 “Thursdays at the Handwerker” series. The Maplewood Jazz Team will perform an eclectic mix of standards, bossa novas, and sultry ballads in the Gallery on Thursday, February 2 at 6:30 p.m. The ensemble features vocalists Leeza Fernandez and Kristina Heisey, as well as Jon Conrad on guitar, Fred Schwartz on piano, and Ken Zeserson on saxophone. Ithaca jazz giant Neal Massa will be joining the team on bass for this performance.
Contributed by Cheryl Kramer on 01/29/2006
The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to announce the first event of the spring 2006 "Thursdays at the Handwerker" series. The Maplewood Jazz Team will perform an eclectic mix of standards, bossa novas, and sultry ballads in the gallery on Thursday, February 2 at 6:30 p.m.
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Contributed by Mel Ginsberg-Stevens on 01/27/2006
Learn and practice some simple tools for gaining greater awareness and ease through mindfulness. We will use meditation, body scans, and gentle yoga to access our internal resources and break the stress cycle. This class is open to all faculty and staff across campus (and is not limited to Wellness Clinic members).
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It is with a great deal of sadness that we inform the College community of the death of Jamie Lou Wilson Works, after a two-year battle with cancer.
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The Office of Human Resources and the School of Health Sciences and 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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Like to bowl? Sign up for a league with your friends. The entry deadline is this Friday, February 3rd at 5pm. Entry forms can be found on the Recreational Sports website or in Hill Center 102. The league will be held at Bowl-O-Drome, and teams will consist of 3 players. The cost is only $45.00 per player which includes 3 games per week for 6 weeks. Sign up today!
Last chance to sign up for Camping in the Adirondacks
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Contributed by Anne Woodard on 01/27/2006
Are you the person in a crowd who others always envy because of your talents? Are your afghans, pies, or paintings always in demand? Have you cut a CD that needs some publicity? We have just the place to showcase them all: the 4th annual Bursar's Benefit Auction!
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 01/27/2006
School of Music faculty pianist Charis Dimaras will present a free recital on Wednesday, February 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. The recital will begin with a lecture on Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No. 4, subtitled "From the Old Notebooks," and will conclude with a performance of the complete sonata.
Contributed by Luca Maurer on 01/27/2006
February is oftentimes overlooked. It's only 28 days, and it's so cold many people would prefer to hibernate -- but not this year.
The shortest month deserves recognition and celebration. That's exactly why the LGBT Center is hosting our very first Short Film Fest. The yearlong film series "Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen: The Many Meanings of Family" continues with a special Short Film Fest on February 1 at 7:00 p.m. Six films, each between 7 and 27 minutes long, will be screened at in Textor 102.
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