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NYC Bus Trip Departure Info

Contributed by Susanna Stumpe on 11/24/2006 

For those of you traveling with us to New York City this Saturday, December 2, here are some important reminders:

  • Buses depart O-lot (in front of the Park School) at 6:00 a.m. SHARP!
    *Boarding begins at 5:45 am
  • If you have not turned in a signed Liability Release form yet, please see Kasey in the Registrar’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, December 1
  • If you have any questions and/or concerns, please e-mail us at: bustrips@ithaca.edu.

    The IC AIDS Working Group is pleased to announce the return of the AIDS Memorial Quilt to campus for 2006. Portions of the quilt will be on display in Emerson Suites December 4-6, with viewing times from 11 a.m. through 8 p.m. daily.

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    Assistant professor of journalism and media studies, Deepa Kumar, (Rutgers University) will speak about "Ports, Cartoons, and Nukes: Islamophobia and U.S. Imperialism in the New Millennium" on Wednesday, December 6, 2006, in Klingenstein Lounge at 7:00 p.m.

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    Syracuse Symphony bassoonist David Ross and three of his colleagues will give a free recital of music of bassoon and strings on Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 8:15 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. The concert will include works by Bernard Heiden, Franz Krommer, Franz Danzi, and a composition by Bernard Garfield, former principal bassoonist of the Philadelphia Orchestra. The string players are violinist Fred Klemperer, violist Heather Fais-Zampino, and cellist Walden Bass. Together the four players total nearly 100 years of combined service in the Syracuse Symphony.

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    The Canadian Brass -- a quintet known for blending virtuosity with humor -- will give this year’s performance in the annual Shirley and Chas Hockett Chamber Music Concert Series at Ithaca College. Named after two longtime educators, the series honors the Hocketts’ love of music and devotion to Ithaca College and its School of Music. The free concert will take place on Monday, Nov. 27, at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

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    (submitted on behalf of IC After Dark)

    If you enjoyed E Komo Mai, Urban Cowboy or The Mansfield Terror Tours, now is your chance to join IC After Dark and get behind the scenes to help plan events for next semester!

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    YOUR HELP IS NEEDED NOW! TAKE ACTION THIS WEEK.


    3,000+ villages in Eastern Burma have been destroyed, relocated, attacked or mined.

    Civilians struggle to survive under a dictatorial regime that has denied them of their basic human rights.

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    Here's the latest roundup of information from Opportunity Knocks, the Career Services enews site.

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    Volunteer with IC After Dark!

    Contributed by Russell Martin on 11/22/2006 

    (submitted on behalf of IC After Dark)

    If you are looking for a way to get involved with the organization that hosted E Komo Mai, Urban Cowboy, and The Mansfield Terror Tours, then IC After Dark has a place for you!

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    Career Services is pleased to announce that Senior Nicole Spitalieri is one of five students recently selected for a national blog writing contest.

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    Career Services and Alumni Relations are excited to announce another year of Network Nights!

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    Every year, the School of Humanities and Sciences invites proposals for the Fred L. Emerson Humanities Collaboration Award; this fall, the Review Committee made awards to Nicholas Graziade (’07, Writing and Philosophy) and Jason Michael Gunning (07, History) for collaborative work they will undertake during the spring semester.

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    The Ithaca College Wellness Clinic and Exercise and Sport Science department want to again thank all the participants who took part in the No Pressure Blood Pressure program on October 10th!

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    The "Out of the Closet and onto the Screen" film series continues on Thursday, November 30, with a showing of “Fight Back, Fight AIDS” at 7:00 p.m. in Textor 103.

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    "Garden Delights and Detritus: Prints, Drawings, and Books"

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    As the budget process begins for fiscal year 2007/2008, the Duplicating Center finds it necessary to increase the rate charged to departments for duplicating services by $.01/copy.This would bring the chargeback rate to $.03/copy for B&W copies, and $.04/copy for colored paper copies. Note that our charge for colored copies will remain at $.40/copy. These increased prices remain significantly less than you would find at a local copy center like Kinkos.

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    Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, 11/21.

    On Thursday, November 30, the Yardvarks will perform at the Handwerker Gallery. The Yardvarks, a quirky folky semi-acoustic quartet featuring Tom Farrell, Eric Ott, John Simon, and Ken Zesserson, specialize in heartfelt rock and roll with three-part vocal arrangements of tunes by the likes of Elvis Costello, Talking Heads, Joni Mitchell and their predecessors such as the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Neil Young. We must warn you that one Neal Diamond tune has somehow snuck into their repertoire as well.

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    Lanny Joyce & Ed Wilson
    Cornell University, Utilities and Energy Management

    • Wednesday, December 6
    • 4:30 pm
    • Textor 102, Ithaca College

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    Graduate Enrollment grows to 400 students for the first time this fall. With just over 380 full-time graduate students studying on campus this fall, combined with over 30 ongoing summers-only master's students, the total graduate student population is now at an all-time high, slightly less than double the size from just a few years ago.

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