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 Passover Seders 

Contributed by Abbe Lyons on 03/21/2010 

 There will be 1st and 2nd night Passover seders on March 29th and 30th on the balcony at Terrace Dining, with food from Kosher Dining.  Stay tuned for more details or contact Hillel 274-3323

For the second consecutive year, The Ithacan Online, the Ithacan’s Web site, has been awarded an Online Gold Crown Award for overall excellence by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

In addition, The Ithacan finished the convention by winning the Apple Award for Best in Show. This is the seventh time in the nine years the award has been presented, and the fifth consecutive year, that the paper has won the award in its category.

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 Junior journalism major Libby Sile has been awarded a highly-competitive American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) internship for summer 2010. As an ASME intern, she will be placed at a prestigious magazine in either New York or Washington, D.C.

In addition, Sile has been selected as a winner of the 2010 Roy W. Howard National Collegiate Reporting Competition. The competition, established in 1984 in cooperation with the Indiana University School of Journalism, honors the memory of the journalist who led Scripps Howard Newspapers from 1922 to 1953, and United Press International from 1912 to 1920. The competition awards nine aspiring journalists a 10-day guided study tour of Japan, an area of special interest to Roy Howard.

Leigh Ann Vaughn, Barney Beins, and their students presented their research at the annual convention of the Eastern Psychological Association in New York City on March 5 and 6, 2010.

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 Michael Serino, student media adviser in the Roy H. Park School of Communications, presented two sessions at the Spring National College Media Convention in New York City, March 13–16.

“Philosophy for Journalists: The Problem of Suffering” explored the application of virtue ethics to the role of the journalist, with particular reference to the encounter with, and representation of, human suffering.

“Multimedia: A New Form of Storytelling” examined the ways in which new media can be used not just as add-ons to traditional stories, but combined into a complex, nuanced storytelling vehicle.


Leigh Ann Vaughn, Associate Professor of Psychology, Audrey Harkness ('08), and Emily Clark ('08) have published an article titled, "The effect of incidental experiences of regulatory fit on trust," in this month's issue of Personal Relationships. The research showed that when people judge how much they trust an acquaintance, feeling right enhances trust. This occurs even when the activity that caused them to feel right had nothing to do with the person whose trustworthiness they are judging.

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The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will host a screening of An Island Calling on Wednesday March 24, in Textor 103.  

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The members of the First-Year Experience Coordinating Committee, once again, would like to invite all first-year students to attend a series of events designed to highlight the wonderful speakers, films, athletics and performances that happen on our campus all year long!

After a successful fall semester of featured events, we're happy to announce a few more from our list of FYE featured events that are coming up:

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It is now easier than ever to stay connected to all of the happenings in First-Year Experience!!

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Pursuant to 29 CFR Part 1910.1020 of the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, you or your designated representative are entitled to examine and copy relevant information pertaining to your exposure and medical records.

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Check out the Ithaca Energy Initiative highlighted in On Campus Hospitality.


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 The Spring 2010 Block 2 Group Exercise class schedule will start Monday, March 22nd.

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Applications for the William A Scoones Community Service Award and the Rashad G. Richardson “I Can Achieve” Memorial Scholarship applications are now available online.

Are you someone who has made a difference through service for others?

The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs is proud to announce that their yearly community service award applications are available now.  


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Want to study school reform in the center of educational change in the U.S.? Ithaca College will sponsor up to 10 students interested in this one-credit study away program in Washington, D.C. Sponsorship includes lodging, metro travel while in DC, and a meal subsidy.

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 Focus Asia Month is HERE!

Contributed by Tiffany Cheng on 03/19/2010 

Get ready for a month of jam-packed Asian heritage celebration, hosted by the Asian Culture Club @ IC. 

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Understanding Disability Studies and Performances, a collection of essays co-edited by Bruce Henderson, Professor of Speech Communication, has just been published by Routledge.

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New York City and the Yankees!

Contributed by Kasey J. Spada on 03/19/2010 

Beginning Monday, March 22nd, we will begin accepting payments for the Sat. May 1st bus trip to NYC (transportation only).

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Holy Week at Ithaca College

Contributed by Lee Imbriano on 03/18/2010 

For Catholics, Holy Week is one of the most important week's of the year as we remember and celebrate God's ultimate Love for us.  We commemorate the mysteries of Christ's Passion, Death, and Resurrection.  Please join us for Masses and Services during this Holy Season.

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The Finger Lakes Project sustainability curriculum development workshop will be held at Ithaca College from Wednesday, May 26 - Friday, May 28. The focus of this year's workshop is on incorporating sustainability and social justice issues into curricula across disciplines. Through a generous grant to the "Commit to Change" program by the HSBC in the Community Foundation, registration for this 2-1/2 day workshop is only $50, which includes all workshops, meals and field trips.

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Don't miss your chance to attend the March 22nd lunch-and-learn session, "Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk of Cancer," presented by Bob Riter and Willard and Dorothy Daetsch!

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