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CATCH UP, MAKE UP, OR GET AHEAD
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Contributed by Bernard Beins on 03/21/2007
Assistant professor of psychology Kim Kopko will be presenting findings from her research, entitled "Within-Group Variability of Delinquency, Rule Breaking, and Aggressive Behaviors in a Sample of Affluent Middle School Girls," at the upcoming Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 03/20/2007
Come take a walk into the future of your hometown.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 03/20/2007
The Ithaca College Choir will present a free concert on Saturday, March 24 at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall. The concert is the culmination of an east coast tour that took the choir as far south as Atlanta during spring break.
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I am pleased to announce that Diane Birr, associate professor of music, will spend the spring 2008 semester at the College’s London Center.
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The Ithaca College Dining Services Newsletter is now available.
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Outlined below is the process for registering students to remain in the residence halls for senior week. Please review these guidelines as you begin to plan your staffing for Commencement 2007.
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Relay For Life
Contributed by Warren Schlesinger on 03/20/2007
Seats in the 1 credit FLEFF mini courses are still available, March 29-April 2.
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LIGHTS! CAMERA! RELAY!
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Contributed by Barbara Johnson on 03/20/2007
Jewish Indian visual artist Siona Benjamin will join South Asian dancer Ishrat Hoque in a performance entitled “Color Me Blue” on Tuesday evening March 27 at Ithaca College. Described as “an exploration of female energy and power,” this event will be set in the Handwerker Art Gallery (Gannett Center) surrounded by Siona Benjamin’s paintings, which are on exhibit through April 7.
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Contributed by Rachel Gould on 03/20/2007
Ithaca College has suspended its affiliation with the School for International Training (SIT) as of March 15, effective immediately. Any student planning to study abroad with SIT during the upcoming academic year (summer, fall or spring) should contact the Office of International Programs right away to discuss other study abroad options.
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Contributed by Linda Uhll on 03/20/2007
Please bid a fond farewell to Sandy Simkin who is leaving Ithaca College at the end of March.
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Contributed by Priscilla Quirk on 03/20/2007
Cutting to Cope: Understanding Self-Injury and How to Stop the Cycle
Contributed by Jason Berry on 03/20/2007
Phonathon is a fun and easy way to help accepted students learn more about Ithaca College from friendly and credible resources. YOU!
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Contributed by Lindsay Walker on 03/19/2007
The Rozatones and Stanley and the Livingstons will perform this Thursday night at Castways at a benefit concert for the Make-A-Wish foundation. Cover is $5 and the event runs 9-12. The event is sponsored by IC's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America.
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Contributed by Winsome Wade-Compton on 03/19/2007
Asma Barlas, director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) and professor of politics, gave an invited talk at a conference, "Muslim Women: Between Oppression and Self-Empowerment," organized by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Cologne, Germany, on March 9. She also made a presentation March 14 on "Islam, Gender, and the War on Terror," at Bates College in Maine.
Contributed by Christopher Hostage on 03/19/2007
At 6 PM on March 25, 2007, the Sword Team of Ithaca College is holding a get-together to celebrate the warrior culture of Japan. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided, so join us in the Center for Natural Sciences this Sunday to honor your martial traditions.
Contributed by Lana Morse on 03/19/2007
The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies in collaboration with Alpine Ascents International is offering a 13-day Mountaineering course this summer led by professional leaders in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State: RLS-27800 Glacier Mountaineering, 2 credits, NLA, Pass/Fail
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