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A service of thanksgiving for the life of Mark Alderman will be held at Bethel Grove Bible Church on Saturday, April 8, at 11:00 a.m., with a reception to follow in the church building.

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Running Low on Bonus Bucks?

Contributed by Debra Meeker on 04/06/2006 

Take advantage of the Buy 3 Get 1 Free Deal and add more to your bonus bucks account.
(You must have a meal plan to have a Bonus Bucks account. Also this deal does not apply to those who originally purchased the 10 meal plan WITHOUT Bonus Bucks)
That's right - for every three dollars you put on your account, Dining Services will give you a dollar FREE.

So if you add $30 - you will actually get $40 credited to your account.
You can add Bonus Bucks by cash, check, or credit card. Just contact the Main Office of Dining Services, by phone at (607) 274-1187 or in person by visiting the office (Monday - Friday 9am to 4pm).
The office is located next to the ID Office in Terrace 1.
*Remember you can always add more to your Bonus Bucks Account

A free Ithaca College Jazz Workshop concert will take place on Thursday, April 13, at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall. The performance will be led by Steve Brown and graduate assistant Keaton Akins. Trumpeter Walter White will be the soloist.

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The Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra will present its final concert of the season on Tuesday, April 11, at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall. Jeffrey Grogan will conduct the free concert. Elina Askelrud, the winner of the Ithaca College High School Piano Competition, will perform the first movement of Schumann’s Piano Concerto. Graduate conductor Devin Hughes will lead Respighi’s “Trittico Botticelliano,” and the concert will conclude with Haydn’s “Symphony No. 90.”

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Fiscal Year-End Procedures

Contributed by Vanessa Brown on 04/06/2006 

TO: All Budget Managers

FROM: Carl Sgrecci, Vice President, Finance and Administration

RE: Fiscal Year-End Procedures

I want to take this opportunity to remind everyone about College policy regarding expenditures for the balance of the fiscal year, which ends on May 31, 2006, so you can plan accordingly.

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New Major: Health Care Management

Contributed by Karen Edwards on 04/06/2006 

The new B.S. in Health Care Management program has been approved and registered with New York State department of Education.

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Acappellooza this Saturday

Contributed by Christopher Pearsall on 04/06/2006 

Don't forget to get your tickets to the biggest a cappella event of the year!

Acappellooza, hosted by Ithacappella, is THIS Saturday (April 8th) at 7:30pm at the State Theatre. Come celebrate Ithacappella's tenth anniversary with great performances by Premium Blend, the Binghamton Crosbys, and the Skidmore Sonneteers, as well as guest performances by some of your favorite Ithacappella alumni!

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Celebrate Your Service

Contributed by Deborah Mohlenhoff on 04/05/2006 

Please join the campus community in celebrating the wonderful efforts we put forth this year as we partnered with the Ithaca community and beyond.

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Zach Adelman '96, Virginia Tech University

Thursday, April 13
4:00 p.m.
Center for Natural Sciences 112

"Mosquitoes, Viruses, and Disease: How genetics can be used to understand and break the cycle"

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In compliance with section 504, class materials must be made available in alternate format.

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Either Or/Neither Nor, a student film focusing on gender and identity through the eyes of six young adults from the Ithaca community, will be screened on Tuesday, April 11, at 5:15 p.m. in the Clark Lounge, Campus Center.

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This short workshop is designed to offer 'just in time' instruction for effectively using the gradebook in WebCT courses.

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It's Elections Time

Contributed by Ivan Topalov on 04/05/2006 

Dear Students,

This Friday is the last day to see the SGA and Senior Class election candidates table in the North Foyer!

The ONLINE VOTE will take place next week Monday through Wednesday. Look for an e-mail with a link to the online ballot!

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Passover on Campus

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 04/05/2006 

Passover, the Jewish Festival of Liberation & Freedom,
begins the evening of Wednesday, April 12, and ends at sundown on the 20th.

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Join IC After Dark Executive Board

Contributed by April Tam on 04/05/2006 

What are you doing next year?

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Assistant to the Registrar Search

Contributed by Kirra Franzese on 04/05/2006 

The Office of the Registrar invites applications from qualified current employees of Ithaca College to apply for the assistant to the registrar position. This position provides operational assistance within the Office of the Registrar to include the preparation of reports and maintenance of student information within the online Student Information System.

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Chip Gagnon, Associate Professor in the Dept of Politics, has received the
2006 Best First Book award of the Council for European Studies for his book
The Myth of Ethnic War: Serbia and Croatia in the 1990s. Chip received the
award at the Council's conference in Chicago this past weekend.

Chip's book was also the subject of a special panel at the annual meeting
of the Association for the Study of Nationalities in New York on March 25.

Associate Professor of Politics Naeem Inayatullah has been
active in presenting his work over the last two months.
Here is a list of some highlights:

“Inside Out: From Methodological to Critical Pluralism,” a talk given
at the symposium on Accounting for Culture in Politics, University of
Florida, February 10-11, 2006.

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It is with a great deal of sadness that I inform the campus community that faculty member Mark Alderman, clinical assistant professor of exercise and sport sciences, fell suddenly ill while on campus Tuesday afternoon and passed away. A skilled educator and practitioner, Mark served as an athletic trainer for the College’s sports teams.

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SGA Spring Budget Process

Contributed by Ivan Topalov on 04/04/2006 

Now that SGA is no longer accepting allocation requests, we have to move on to our planning for next year. Forms and information regarding the spring budget process (the process in which your organization requests operational funds for 2006-2007) are available online on the SGA website at www.ithaca.edu/sga. If you have any questions at all, especially if you have a transitioning executive board, please try to reach me by e-mail at SGABusiness@ithaca.edu. I will begin accepting applications (ONLINE ONLY!) as soon as the forms are available (which should be the night of Monday, April 3rd). The form is simple, and by reading the information regarding the process, many of your questions may be answered. Good luck, and welcome to the process!

Lane Tobias
VP Business and Finance, SGA

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