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Jazz saxophonist Michael Titlebaum will give a free recital on Thursday, September 24 at 8:15 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall at Ithaca College. He will be joined by vocalist Catherine Gale, bassist Nicholas Waler, pianist John Stetch, trumpeters Frank Campo s and Paul Merrill, Jason Titus on banjo and others.

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The Rod Serling Conference: Celebrating 50 Years of the Twilight Zone, a two-day conference sponsored by the Park School of Communications, will be held October 2 and 3.

While registrations are now being accepted for the two-day event -- which features presentations of academic papers, panel discussions, and screenings -- there will also be a number of events free and open to the campus and Ithaca community (first-come, first-served).

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 Does Your Mother Know? 

Contributed by Catherine Kirchhoff on 09/21/2009 

 In honor of Coming Out Week: prism's meeting on Oct 1st at 7:30pm in Will 224 will be dedicated to talking about coming out to our families, loved ones, friends and other people we choose to.Good listeners  & comfort food will be provided! This meeting welcomes those who are not out/those who support those who are not out! 

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Ithaca College will launch the inaugural Peggy R. Williams Difficult Dialogues Symposium on Wednesday, Oct. 7, with a presentation by Marc Ellis (photo at right), director of the Center for Jewish Studies at Baylor University. Serving as a respondent will be Sanford Gutman, professor emeritus of history at SUNY Cortland. The symposium, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 8 p.m. in Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall.

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Here at Ithaca College, Colleges Against Cancer is a distiguished student organization that works with the American Cancer Society to increase cancer awareness on campus, help raise money to fund cancer research and patient services, to lobby congress, and to help reach out to people who have or had cancer. 

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Wednesday, September 30th, 2009 is the final day to waive the Student Insurance.

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Become a Student Ambassador

Contributed by Femi Ogundele on 09/21/2009 

The first meeting of IC Peer Recruitment will take place on Thursday September 24th at 12pm in the Peggy R. Williams Building. Come join us for free pizza and information on how you can participate!

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Each year, the board of trustees affords a number of faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to join them for lunch.

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Each year, the board of trustees affords a number of faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to join them for lunch. 

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Career Services is pleased to announce that representatives of the Disney College Program will be holding a regional information session.

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 Ithacappella Block 1 Concert to be presented Friday, September 25th at 8pm in Emerson Suites!!

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If you are a junior or senior IC in DC is a great opportunity to spend a semester "away" from the Ithaca campus in an experiential-learning environment immersed in the history, politics, and culture of our nation's capital.

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"Submerged Ghosts," a new work by Raymond Ghirardo (Art) and Megan Roberts (TV-R), is currently on exhibition at Squeaky Wheel's new exhibition space in Buffalo until October 9, 2009. 

"Submerged Ghosts," is a new three channel projected video and sound installation.  Images of walking shadows are projected into pools of water that are reflected on the opposite wall.  Castings of salt faces submerged in the pools melt and create disturbances in the ghostly reflections.  The work grew from a body of of artwork addressing  natural and manipulated landscapes and the associated personal histories.

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12 million people are enslaved in the world today.
Over 10 thousand are trafficked each year in the U.S. alone.

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Having a meal plan can make life easier. Not only will a meal plan ensure you varied and nutritional meals, but it is also convenient, flexible and economical.     

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Harold Nelson, the Nierenberg Distinguished Professor of Design at Carnegie Mellon University, will give a lecture titled, "Reclaiming the Abandoned Center: Systems Thinking and Design Action," on Thursday, October 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the Park School for Business and Sustainable Enterprise, room 111.

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Is so, attend an information session with representatives from five International Affairs graduate programs.

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La Vincita is has added three new specialty items to their lunch and dinner menu that you won’t want to miss: a variety of topped foccacias, topped bialies, and specialty panini sandwiches.

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If so, attend an Information Session on Graduate Programs in International Affairs.

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James Saunders
Operation Wallacea 

Thursday, September 24
112 CNS
4:00 p.m.

Co-Sponsored with the Department of Environmental Studies

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A reception will take place before the lecture, from 3:45 to 4:00 p.m. in the first-floor lobby. Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reduce, reuse, recycle.

The Department of Biology offers a seminar series each semester representing a broad range of topics in biology. These seminars are open to the entire community. Refreshments are offered prior to the seminar and students are invited to meet with the speaker in a small group following the talk to answer questions related to the topic presented, or to answer questions regarding possible careers in biology.

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