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Hugh Stephenson (psychology) and Nick Quarrier (physical therapy) have jointly authored an article entitled “Anxiety Sensitivity and Performance Anxiety in College Music Students.” It appears in the most recent issue of the journal Medical Problems of Performing Artists. This journal is the primary clinical medical journal devoted to the medical and psychological disorders related to the performing arts.

This article is the first paper to be published as a result of a grant to these two faculty members from the Recording Industry Association of America.

ALL Ithaca College Students, faculty and staff MUST have a ticket in hand for admission to the Ithaca versus Cortland football game on Saturday, November 12. School ID will not admit you to the game. There is NO charge for these tickets; however you must pick up your tickets during the following distribution times.

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Gregory DuQuella, M.D. '92 will be the keynote speaker at this year's Professionals Symposium Awards Dinner on October 8 at 6:00 p.m. in Emerson Suites. Sponsored by the Offices of Alumni Relations, Career Services, and Multicultural Affairs, the Professionals Symposium celebrates students and alumni of color and their academic and professional achievement, and brings them together for meaningful mentoring opportunities.

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October 7-8 brings us the annual Professionals Symposium. For nearly 20 years, the symposium has brought Office of Multicultural Affairs alumni and active community supporters to campus to share their expertise and insights with current students during multiple networking events.

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Do you like chess? Would you like to learn how to play?

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Dining Services is proud to announce that this Friday, Sept. 30th will be the first in a series of Sustainable Dinners at the Campus Center Dining Hall.

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The Colloquium Series offers two stimulating events next week; two very different presentations which represent some of the ways the Center for Faculty Excellence supports building communities.

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Picking Up the Pieces

Contributed by Susan Monagan on 09/28/2005 

The Department of Theatre Arts invites you to a benefit for hurricane relief on Sunday, October 2nd at 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. in the Clark Theatre in Dillingham Center.

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The 36th Annual Meeting of the Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service will feature
a visual and preforming arts exhibit entitled, "Crisis, Trauma and the Expressive
Arts."

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Robert Sullivan, professor of speech communication, will deliver the culture and communications program's distinguished faculty lecture on Tuesday, October 4, at 7:00 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge. The title of his talk is "Humanism and Propaganda." It is free and open to the public.

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Integrative Health Studies includes a minor and a very active student club, the Integrative Health Society. Knowledge of this rapidly growing sector of health care, which combines alternative and mainstream medicine, is essential in many careers and to expand personal health care options.

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College Relay for Life Committee Chair Applications are now available through the Peer Volunteer Corps.

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Sullivan Campaign of 1779 Workshop

Contributed by Jack Rossen on 09/27/2005 

Ithaca College is hosting the first annual "Where Sullivan-Clinton Meets Iroquoia" workshop and conference. On Oct. 9th from noon to 4:00 p.m. in Textor 103, there will be an afternoon of panels, presentations, and discussions geared to local school teachers, historians, Native American scholars, and interested citizens to learn more about what many consider New York's seminal historic event -- the destruction of 43 Native American settlements by the Continental Army in 1779.

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On October 5, 2005, Career Services welcomes the Student Conservation Association (SCA) to campus.

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Jason Hamilton and Susan Swensen, Poster Presentation, “OneBuilding at a Time: IthacaCollege’s ‘CNS Sustainability Group’”. Ball State University. Muncie, IN. September 2005.

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The Ithaca College Natural Lands Committee has established its meeting schedule for the fall semester.

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The September 26 edition of Opportunity Knocks, the Career Services e-newletter is now available for students.

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PREMED EVENT: Oct. 6

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 09/26/2005 

Informational session with a representative from the NY Chiropractic College

October 6, 12-1:00 pm, CNS 163:

All students interested in learning more about chiropractic medicine or complementary & alternative medicine should attend.

PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED.

http://www.ithaca.edu/biology/premed_noticeoct6.pdf

John Confer (Bio.), Mark Hager (Env. Studies) and Jen Cramer (Env. Studies) described results of studies on Golden-winged Warblers in Sterling Forest State Park.

The paper was given by Hager at the Annual Meeting of the NYS Ornithogical Association held in Albany, NY on 24 Sep. Results document the competitive effect of Blue-winged Warblers on Golden-winged Warblers and avoidance of non-native vegetation as nest sites.

Natural Lands Update

Contributed by Mark Darling on 09/26/2005 

The Natural Area Stewardship Committee has reconvened this year as the Natural Lands Committee, co-chaired by Jason Hamilton (Department of Biology) and Rick Couture (Physical Plant).

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