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Do you like to laugh?
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Please join us in the Handwerker Gallery at 6.30 p.m. on March 8 for a reading on the theme "loose ends" featuring Linda Godfrey of the Department of Writing and a student reader. An open reading will follow, so don't forget to bring something related to "loose ends".
I am pleased to be able to inform the campus community that Mark Coldren has accepted the position of associate vice president for human resources at the College.
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In order to perform system maintenance and software upgrades, the library server may not be accessible for periods during spring break 2007. We estimate a minimum of 2 days down time -- Tuesday, March 13 and Wednesday, March 14.
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Contributed by Lynn Tordella on 03/06/2007
The School of Humanities and Sciences is pleased to announce the Spring 2007 Ithaca Fund Awards. More than 20 applications were received from a variety of departments and programs to support educational opportunities for H&S students; approximately 73% of these proposals were funded in whole or part.
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Math Day at Ithaca College
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Contributed by Patricia Green on 03/06/2007
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.
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Organizer? Activist? Feminist? Student? Leader?
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The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to announce the next reading of its Spring 2007 "Thursdays at the Handwerker" series on March 8 at 6:30 p.m.
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Contributed by Sue DuBrava on 03/06/2007
The Office of Residential Life in conjunction with the Office of Environmental Health and Safety would like to notify all residential students that the 5-Light Floor Light will no longer will allowed on campus.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 03/06/2007
Anyone interseted in conducting research in the biology department MUST attend this information meeting on
Are there lab or e-classroom computers and network printers in your area scheduled for replacement this summer under the Technology Renewal Program?
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Contributed by Wenmouth Williams on 03/06/2007
Professor Wenmouth Williams Jr., chair of the television-radio department, and Cornell law professor Steven Shiffrin will make a presentation at Ithaca High School as part of the Nosanchuk Lecture Series.
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Contributed by Beth Rugg on 03/06/2007
The campus wireless network has been expanded to include the lobby and lounge areas of the Center for Health Sciences building.
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Contributed by David Garcia on 03/06/2007
I am pleased to announce that Warren Schlesinger, Associate Professor in the School of Business, has agreed to serve as Academic Coordinator of the Ithaca Seminar Program through the 2007–2008 academic year.
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Relay For Life -
Contributed by Raymond Ghirardo on 03/05/2007
Art professor Raymond Ghirardo and television-radio associate professor Megan Roberts have been invited by the artisans, designers, and artists of the Fiskars Cooperative to exhibit a new site-specific sound/video installation, "Cascade," as part of a large international exhibition, Transparent, at the Granary in Fiskars, Fiskars Village, Finland.
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The Friends 110 public computing lab will be open over spring break.
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Have you ever thought what it would be like to be perform on the same stage as Mick Jagger, Bon Jovi, and the classic Rolling Stones?
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Contributed by Winsome Wade-Compton on 03/05/2007
Asma Barlas, director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) and professor of politics, gave the Emmie Baine Lecture at the 42nd annual Women's Symposium at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, on March 1. The Symposium's theme was "A Collective Purpose: Crossing Cultural Boundaries"; Barlas spoke on "Learning to Engage Islam and Muslims."
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