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Soprano saxophonist Steven Mauk, guitarist Pablo Cohen, and bassist Nicholas Walker—known collectively as “Tango de Cámera” -- will present a free concert on Sunday, October 25 at 4 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall at Ithaca College. The afternoon will feature premieres by Dana Wilson and Sally Lamb, as well as selections by Nicholas Walker, Guillaume Connesson, Jacob Ter Veldhuis, and Bill Whelan.
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Contributed by Rachel Gould on 10/21/2009
Bill Sheasgreen, director of Ithaca College's London Center, will be on campus October 23-27. The Office of International Programs will host a "coffee talk" reception to welcome him on Friday, October 23, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Taughannock Falls Meeting Room, 3rd floor of the Campus Center. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend.
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Contributed by Tiffany Cheng on 10/21/2009
Show off your artsy goodies!
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 10/21/2009
On Friday, October 23, join hundreds of other members of the IC community in a "ghost walk" to observe the International Day of Climate Action. We need 350 students, faculty and staff to dress up in ghost costumes with the bottom dyed blue to symbolize the potentially fatal problem of climate change and the rising sea levels it causes. The "ghost walkers" will assemble to take a picture in the shape of "350," then conduct a parade around campus.
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Contributed by Bernard Beins on 10/21/2009
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jeffrey Holmes presented at the Best Practices in the Teaching of Psychology Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on October 17. His presentation was entitled Using Controversial Issues to Teach Critical and Scientific Thinking in Psychology.
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Contributed by Randi Millman-Brown on 10/21/2009
The Department of Art History's Visual Resources Collection (VRC) new hosting initiative with ARTstor (a digital library of almost one million images) is available for use for all Ithaca College faculty, staff and students.
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The annual Harvest Moon Dance is Thursday, October 22, 6:30-8:30 in Emerson Suites. This fun event, sponsored by AGES, brings together older adults from the Ithaca community as well as students for an evening of live music, dancing, and refreshments. Please join us!
Contributed by Leigh Ann Vaughn on 10/21/2009
Psychology Professor Leigh Ann Vaughn presented research at the annual meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology (SESP) in Portland, Maine on October 16, 2009.
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Contributed by Joelle Albertsman on 10/21/2009
The members of the First-Year Experience Coordinating Committee would like to invite all first-year students to attend a series of events designed to highlight the wonderful speakers, events and performances that happen on our campus.
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Contributed by Gina L. White on 10/21/2009
The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies is hosting the Great Harvest Race on Sunday, November 1, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Two-member teams will compete in six activities for cash prizes. First place wins $80; second place takes home $60; third place gets $40.
Preregistration is required. Team members can register at Campus Center on Thursday, October 22, from noon to 1:00 p.m. The registration fee is $10 for each team ($5 per team member), cash only.
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Contributed by Mark Andrew Hall on 10/20/2009
"From the Eiffel Tower to the ZAC: Nature and Industry in the Landscapes of Paris," a lecture by Lauren M. O'Connell
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Contributed by Dylan . Prill on 10/20/2009
Help Ithaca College Scare Away Childhood Cancer by coming to the Up 'til Dawn Halloween themed Finale Event on October 25, 2009 from 4:00-9:00 PM in Emerson Suites free of charge!
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Contributed by Laura Keefe on 10/20/2009
Submitted on behalf of David E. Newman, MD
The Ithaca College Health Center has received its first shipment of H1N1 (swine) influenza vaccine, and is ready to begin immunizing IC students free of charge. In contrast to our seasonal flu vaccine program, we will only be offering H1N1 vaccination to IC students, and not to faculty or IC staff.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 10/20/2009
Roland Kays, Curator of Mammals
"New York's Coyote/Coydog/Coywolf: What is it and how did it get here?"
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A reception will take place before the presentation, from 3:45 to 4:00 p.m. in the first-floor lobby. Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reduce, reuse, recycle.
Contributed by Emma Hileman on 10/20/2009
ICES will be hosting a free screening of HOME at 8:30 in Park Auditorium this Thursday, the 22nd, for Campus Sustainability Day.
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The annual New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control (OFPC) fire safety inspection of all Ithaca College facilities is scheduled to begin October 28, 2009.
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The Ithaca College Caregiver Support Group will meet Friday, October 23, Noon - 1:00 p.m. in the Gerontology Institute Resource Room (413 CHS).
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 10/20/2009
Ithaca College School of Music faculty clarinetist Richard Faria will perform a free recital on Saturday, October 24 at 2 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music. He will be joined by violinist Nicholas DiEugenio, cellist Heidi Hoffman, and pianist Josh Oxford. The program will include a Brahms sonata, “Cookbook” by Kenji Bunch, and trio premieres by Perry Goldstein and Josh Oxford.
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Contributed by Laura Kathrein on 10/20/2009
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Contributed by Briana Kerensky on 10/20/2009
In the mid-1990s, over a million people died on the other side of the world, and hardly anybody noticed. That place was, and continues to be, a land with virtually no freedoms - of speech, assembly, religion, movement and more.
This is North Korea, and very little has changed since then.
Come learn about the human rights crisis in North Korea and what we, as students, can do to make a difference.
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