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Brian Saunders, Humanities Librarian, has developed a comprehensive guide on "Walden" by Henry David Thoreau, the 2010 FYRI selection. 

NYC in the Fall

Contributed by Kasey J. Spada on 07/28/2010 

Please join us for our annual fall bus trip to New York City on Saturday, September 25, 2010. We will begin taking payments Monday, August 23, 2010.

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Please join me in congratulating Brian Dubenion, Residence Director for Hood, Holmes, Hilliard and Eastman Halls, who has accepted the position of Complex Director at the State University of New York College at Buffalo!

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Due to low interest in our Sat. Aug. 14th bus trip to NYC, sadly, we have been forced to cancel it. The good news is - we will be adding a Fall bus trip to NYC. Details to soon follow on Intercom.

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The Ithaca Shakespeare Company invites you to its current production of "Macbeth" which features numerous members of the Ithaca College Community. Only four more performances!

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Please join the library staff in sending Lee out in style.

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Planning a long drive before summer ends? Be sure that your vehicle is up to par before you hit the road by checking all the pieces, parts and fluids for safety. Instead of paying to have your car given the "once over" by a mechanic, learn what the professionals do and learn how to check your car yourself!

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I am writing to update you on the re-opening of the Coddington Road entrance to the college and 'A' Parking Lot.

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Beginning on Wednesday, July 28, Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) will be released to college-owned computers via the normal Windows Update process.

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 Indoor Pool Closings

Contributed by Sarah Hawkins on 07/26/2010 

The indoor pool will be closed on the following dates:

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After 20 years of proactively working with IC students, faculty, and staff, Lee Smigiel, Health Sciences Librarian, has announced his retirement effective July 30, 2010.

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ITS would like to remind everyone that some computing systems and services will be unavailable for an extended period due to the annual campus electrical shutdown on Sunday, August 1, 2010.

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Mark your calendars and plan to attend the Center for Faculty Excellence's Fall Faculty Development Workshop on Student Centered Integrative Learning.

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Finalists for the Assistant Director of Community Service position in the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs (OSEMA) will visit campus for interviews next week. You are invited to attend open presentations by each candidate, with time for questions from the audience.

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I am pleased to announce that three candidates will be on-campus interviewing for the First-Year Experience Program Coordinator position in the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs (OSEMA) next week 



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Sunday, August 22, 2010
Move-In Day for New Students

When new students arrive at Ithaca College, they become part of a much larger community. As members of this community, we have the chance to welcome them with enthusiasm and Bomber pride!

We are looking for volunteers to assist new students and their parents with the move-in process.  Volunteers will help carry items to residence hall rooms, answer questions, and generally provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere.


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Looking for a job this fall?

Contributed by Alison Bowman on 07/22/2010 

1 new job has been added to the Student Employment Jobs Database!

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Professor Steve Seidman was guest editor of a special issue of the Journal of Visual Literacy on the visual dimensions of political communications, published in July 2010. The five articles included in the Spring issue of the journal were written by scholars in three countries—the United States, Sweden, and Austria—with two of the articles by professors in the Roy H. Park School of Communications: Seidman and Assistant Professors Cory Young and Arhlene Flowers.

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Matt Mogekwu, associate professor and chair in the Department of Journalism, was elected to the International Peace Research Association (IPRA) Governing Council for a two-year term.

He traveled to Sydney, Australia July 6-11 to attend and present a paper at the association's conference. Since 1964, IPRA has been pursuing interdisciplinary research into the most pressing issues related to sustainable peace around the world today.

Photo: IPRA Governing Council. Mogekwu is on the top row, right corner.

The Student Leadership Institute needs you! We are looking for faculty and staff who have a topic to present to students interested in developing their personal leadership skills. Topics can be wide ranging, anything from personal wellness to communication skills, to career tips for working in various fields. Sessions are generally 45-60 minutes, are offered at a time convenient for the presenter, and we set up all of the logistics for you.


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