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The On the Verge staged reading of Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play, originally scheduled for Thursday, February 25th, has been postponed because of the weather.  The reading will take place on Sunday, February 28th, at 8 p.m., in Studio 4, Dillingham Center.

The recital scheduled for Thursday, February 25 has been postponed due to weather; watch the concert calendar for news of the rescheduled date.

Thomas Perls, M.D., M.P.H., is the Gerontology Institute's spring 2010 distinguished speaker. Dr. Perls is a geriatrician at Boston Medical Center and associate professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine.

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Interviews with conservative writer and policy advocate David Horowitz and New York gubernatorial candidate Rick Lazio will be aired on VIC Radio Sunday, February 28 at 5:00 pm EST. The interviews were conducted by Brandon Kurtz, ’11, and will be aired on his political commentary program.

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Due to inclement weather, the Eating Disorders Panel Program scheduled for 7 pm this evening has been cancelled. We intend to reschedule the program for after Spring Break. Stay tuned to Intercom for the announcement of the new date.

Questions? Feel free to contact Nancy Reynolds at the Center for Health Promotion: 607-274-7933 or

 Asian/Asian American Identity Panel POSTPONED. 

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If Ithaca College closes due to inclement weather on Friday, February 26th, the Fitness Center will be open the following hours. 

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Are you interested in careers in the biosciences?  Join us on Monday March 16 at TC3 in Dryden for the Upstate New York Biocareer Connection Career Fair and Expo from 12:45-5:00 pm.

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AES accepts applications for qualified tutors on an ongoing basis. 

Currently, we are seeking to hire a bank PEER TUTORS, SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION LEADERS, and STUDY SUPPORTERS for academic year 2010/2011.  We expect to have two 1 hour training session before the end of the year for those hired.

If you are interested in working for AES in either of the aforementioned capacities for this year or next year, please stop by 110 Towers Concourse and complete an application for employment.


Ithaca College remains officially open. We are monitoring the weather situation closely and are in consultation with local law enforcement agencies and other local employers regarding road conditions and the potential impact of the storm.

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Pathway is a mental health crisis prevention and intervention program offered by Counseling and Psychological Services.  Pathway workshops teach participants to:

  • Identify a potential mental health crisis.
  • Initiate a conversation with someone at risk.
  • Ask directly about suicidal thoughts.
  • Make referrals to appropriate resources


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A friendly reminder from the Office of Residential Life that we have snow shovels students can use to dig their cars out of the parking lots.

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Adam Day and Dan Mills will be the featured musicians Thursday, March 4th, 7-9pm, in IC Square, for the free Concert: Everybody Matters! Celebrating the importance of good mental health

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The Symphonic Band, led by Elizabeth Peterson, will present a free concert of music by and inspired by John Philip Sousa on Tuesday, March 2 at 8:15 pm in Ford Hall.  The program includes Ira Hearshen's "Symphony on Themes of Sousa," as well as Sousa's own "The Washington Post," "The Thunderer," "The Fairest of the Fair," and "Hands Across the Sea."

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The Ithaca College Wind Ensemble, under Stephen Peterson's direction, will present a free concert on Saturday, February 27 at 3:00 p.m. in Ford Hall.  The program includes "Southern Harmony" by Donald Grantham, music by Rogers and Bryant, and Michael Colgrass's "Arctic Dreams."

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Mezzo Soprano Jennifer will sing music of Santoliquido, Mahler, Friedrich Hoellender, Montsalvtge and a set of spritiuals arr. by Rodney Stucky during a free recital on Tuesday, March 2 at 7pm in the Hockett Family Recital.  Pianist Diane Birr and guitarist Pablo Cohen will collaborate.

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Due to weather conditions, we are postponing many of the Park School dean candidate meetings scheduled for Thursday and Friday (February 25 and 26) -- EXCEPT the student meeting scheduled for 2:45-3:45 p.m. on Thursday, February 25, in Park Auditorium.

The open presentation by Diane Gayeski, finalist for the Park School of Communications Dean, has been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 2, 3:00-4:00 p.m. in Emerson Suite A. The presentation will be followed by a reception.

The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will host a screening of the film A Knock Out on Wednesday March 3, in Textor 103.   Boxing champion Michele Aboro’s career came to a halt when she refused to vamp up her image and pose naked in magazines. The film tells a universal story of fighting for one’s identity and takes a probing look at the intersection of gender, ethnicity and sexuality in women’s sports.

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The newly forming IC FOODS will be meeting on Friday, Feb 26 from 3-4 pm in the Ithaca Falls Room of the Campus Center. We will be discussing the vision for this new group as an "umbrella" organization for the many food related clubs on campus. We welcome anyone - faculty, staff and students - who is involved with the food related clubs on campus, or has an interest in food and nutrition, to attend and share ideas for creating a strong organization.
We will also be discussing ideas for possible collaborative events among the clubs.

If you have taken these courses and received superior grades, please contact our office immediately at or stop by 110 Towers Concourse and complete an application for employment.

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