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The Bookstore President's Sale continues the rest of this week!

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Rebecca Plante, associate professor of sociology at Ithaca College, will discuss her research on "hooking up" on Wednesday, February 25, at 7:00 p.m. in Textor 101.

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Music for flute by Bach, Liebermann, and Clarke is on the program of an upcoming free recital by Kelly Covert and pianist Robert Auler. The event will take place Sunday, February 22, at 4:00 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

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Malawi, Africa -- Study Abroad

Contributed by Theresa Stavrus on 02/17/2009 

HINT-31300 Health Care and Culture:
An International Field Experience
Summer Session 2009 (May 18—June 1)
Instructor: Mary Taylor

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The Ithaca College community has been incredibly generous to the United Way to date - we are within just a few thousand dollars of our campaign goal! This Family Carnival will be a great way to put us over the top, and to have some great family fun! On Friday, February 20, 5:30-8:30 p.m., the Center for Student Leadership and Involvement presents the 2009 Family Carnival. This event is open to the College community and general public; the Ithaca College Fitness Center will host.

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NYS Storytellers Gather at IC

Contributed by Laurie Arliss on 02/16/2009 

Ithaca College will host the 2009 gathering of the New York Storytellers on February 28, 2009. The event was organized by Professor Lee-Ellen Marvin of the Department of Speech Communication.

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The Outdoor Recreation Equipment Center (OREC) is now open for the spring semester.

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Each year during Black History Month, the National Black Justice Coalition (NJBC), a civil rights organization, takes time to acknowledge the contributions and achievements of black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. The NJBC notes that, all too often, the contributions of same-gender-loving people are overlooked, omitted, or portrayed in negative ways.

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Facilities Services' bulk-shredding services for confidential and sensitive documents are in high demand by departments and offices preparing to move into the new Gateway Building. As a result, those areas will be given priority for shredding services over the next several weeks. This may cause delays for areas not scheduled to move. Thank you for your patience.

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With John Henderson of Cornell University, students from the Archaeology of Food class present:

"An Early History of Chocolate:
A Taste of Mesoamerican Anthropology, Archaeology, and Chocolate"

Thursday, February 19
7:00 p.m.
Taughannock Falls Room, Campus Center

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Join us for our annual springtime bus trip to New York City!

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J. Daniel Jenkins, assistant professor of music theory and affiliate faculty member in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of South Carolina, will present a lecture, " 'What a Label Refers To': Identity and Ambiguity in the Undergraduate Theory Classroom," on Friday, February 20, at 4:15 p.m. in Whalen 2105 (Iger Lecture Hall).

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Peter Silberman, assistant professor of music theory in the School of Music, presented two guest lectures at the School of Music at the University of South Carolina on Friday, Feb. 13.

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Deddy Ben Yaacov presents:
"Tel Aviv -- Words and Ideas"

"תל-אביב - מילים ורעיונות"

Tuesday, February 17, at noon in the Cayuga Lake Meeting Room of the Campus Center. Hosted by Chug Ivrit. A free vegetarian lunch is provided.

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Though there's been a lot of rough economic news in the job market recently, Career Services is pleased to announce that there are still opportunities available in advertising, communications, journalism, marketing, public relations, radio, and television. One road to these opportunities is an annual event known as the Central New York Communications Consortium.

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President Rochon invites faculty, staff, and students to the all-College meeting in the Emerson Suites on Thursday, February 19, 9:00-10:30 a.m.

The meeting is being held to follow up on the strategic visioning listening sessions held last fall. Following the presentation portion of the meeting, we will attempt to address any questions not already covered.

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Learn about the HOME Program!

Contributed by Fred Chandra on 02/16/2009 

Join us for an open house of the Housing Offering a Multicultural Expreince (HOME) program, housed in Terrace 3!

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RHA "Hall Wars" Returns!

Contributed by Andrew Kosinuk on 02/16/2009 

The Residence Hall Association is proud to announce that Hall Wars is back! This year's energy conservation challenge will run February 18th-March 4th.

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If you made contributions to a Flexible Spending Account during 2008, you have until March 31, 2009 to submit eligible expenses incurred from January 1, 2008 thorugh December 31, 2008.

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TIAA-CREF One-on-One Sessions

Contributed by Natalia Pelttari on 02/16/2009 

This is a reminder that Alicia Skaly, our TIAA-CREF Individual Client Services Consultant, comes to campus twice a month to provide personalized advice and planning services to help you in pursuing your retirement goals. You may find her guidance especially useful during these challenging economic times.

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