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Bill Sheasgreen, director of the London Center, will be on campus from October 28 to November 1. The Office of International Programs will be hosting a Coffee Talk reception to welcome him on Friday, October 28, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Clark Lounge.

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Bill Sheasgreen, the director of the London Center, is coming to town! Come say hi to Bill and talk about the London Center at Coffee Talk on Friday, October 28, from 2:30-5:00 in the Clark Lounge.

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Lee Bailey, Department of Philosophy and Religion, has edited a set of six reference books for libraries "Introduction to the World's Major Religions."

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Mr. Dennis Macklin will be will be visiting campus on October 25 to share information about employment opportunities with Commerce One Financial, Inc.

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John Ikerd, professor emeritus at the University of Missouri, presents "The Ecological and Ethical Sustainability of Local Food Systems: Ten Good Reasons to Eat Local"

Thursday, Oct. 27
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

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Bruce Henderson Named Editor

Contributed by Bruce Henderson on 10/20/2005 

Bruce Henderson, Speech Communication, has been named to be the next editor of Text and Performance Quarterly, the leading scholarly journal in performance studies. The journal is one of a handful published by the National Communication Association.

Come join the Art Club at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 28th

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Ithaca College alumnus Ms. Alissa Parsons will be will be visiting campus on October 26 to share information about employment opportunities with Vector Marketing.

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Ms. Paula Ferrara from the Walt Disney World College Program will be visiting campus on October 26 and 27 to share information about the many internship opportunities in Disney's theme parks and resorts.

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iServiceDesk will not be available from Tuesday, October 25th through Thursday, October 27th so that a major software upgrade can be done.

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Rhythm 'n Shoes (the Ithaca College Tap Dance Club), in collaboration with the Tap Legacy™ Foundation, Inc. (co-founded by tap dancers Gregory Hines and Andrew J. Nemr) will be presenting the The First Annual Finger
Lakes Tap Dance Festival in Ithaca, NY, March 31 to April 2, 2006.

Andrew Nemr (president, Tap Legacy™ Foundation, Inc.) and Arleigh Rothenberg (president, Rhythm 'n Shoes -- Ithaca College Tap Dance Club) will be presenting a meeting on Monday, Oct. 31 at 1:00 p.m. in Park 220.

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Intern with Project Look Sharp

Contributed by Hilary Merlin on 10/20/2005 

Project Look Sharp, a media literacy initiative based at Ithaca College, is accepting internship applications for spring semester 2006.

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Rhythm 'n Shoes (the Ithaca College Tap Dance Club), in collaboration with the Tap Legacy™ Foundation, Inc. (co-founded by tap dancers Gregory Hines and Andrew J. Nemr) will be presenting the The First Annual Finger
Lakes Tap Dance Festival in Ithaca, NY, March 31-April 2, 2006.

On Sunday, October 30, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. in the Ithaca College Fitness Center, we are presenting our pre-festival event, "Meet the Artists," featuring two of the guest tap dance artists for the festival: Michelle Dorrance and Andrew J. Nemr. Michelle and Andrew have been mentored by and worked with people such as, Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, Dr. Jimmy Slyde, and Dianne Walker.

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The induction of 60 new members into the national award-winning Ithaca College chapter of Sigma Iota Epsilon, the National Management Honorary, will occur on Friday, October 28 at 4:00 p.m. in the Emerson Suites. The entire campus community is invited to come and help us recognize the students' and the organization's accomplishments.

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Ithaca College’s resident brass quintet will present a free concert on Wednesday, October 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. The program includes music “On the Lighter Side” by Holst, Gaubert, and Bernstein.

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Offering an alternative to the traditional master class teaching method, William Westney will bring his “Un-Master Class” to the Ithaca College School of Music at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 25. The free workshop will take place in Whalen Center Room 3102. Musicians of any level are invited to attend, and non-musicians are also welcome. Westney’s approach is designed to focus performers’ energy on communicating authentically with the audience, reconnect participants with their exuberant, natural physical intuition about music, and assist performers to reach new, significant levels of artistry.

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Platanos and Collard Greens

Contributed by Marsha Vazquez on 10/20/2005 

The Office of Multicultural Affairs presents the play Platanos and Collard Greens.

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Bunn Coffee Maker Recall

Contributed by Michael Lewis on 10/20/2005 

Due to a potential defect that could be a possible fire hazard, several models of Bunn coffee makers have been recalled. There are many on-campus locations with Bunn coffee makers.

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SAB Music presents Tim Blane

Contributed by Karen English on 10/19/2005 

Need a break from studying for a bit? Come to the pub and enjoy a couple hours of musical entertainment Wednesday night.

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Help Protect Student Aid!

Contributed by Michael McGreevey on 10/19/2005 

As Congress attempts to finish its work on the Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, your voice of support for student aid could make a difference. At present, Congress plans to balance the federal budget and pay for hurricane relief by cutting BILLIONS of dollars from student loan programs. These cuts could lead to higher student loan interest rates and fees. Your input is invaluable.

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