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Seven students from the chemistry department presented their student-faculty collaborative research projects at the 239th American Chemical Society National Meeting at San Francisco, CA on March 20-23, 2010. From the left in the photo, Joshua Roaf (Biochemistry ’10), Ian Weiss (Chemistry ’10), Alex Levine (Biochemistry ’10), Shanique Edwards (Biochemistry ’10), Layne Kasprzyk (Environmental Science with Chemistry Concentration ’10), Anthony Ferrari (Chemistry ’11) and Shawn Eady (Chemistry ’10).

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Darius J. Conger, Assistant Professor of Economics, delivered a paper entitled “What Do Employers Pay For?  Unpacking College Major, Experience, and Specific Skills” at the 36th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association in Philadelphia, PA.  Conger was also the chief discussant for the Panel on Women in the Labor Market.


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Professor of Psychology Barney Beins published an article in the journal History of Psychology entitled "Teaching Measurement Through Historical Sources".

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Ithaca College students Josh Masland, Jason Diaz and Shawn Eady have coauthored a paper recently published at Acta Crystallographica Journal (International Union of Crystallography.

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It's that time of the semester again!

SAB's Stand Up Competition returns TONIGHT at 7:00 in IC Square!

Even though sign-ups are closed, these comedians need an audience, so come on out for some laughs.

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National LGBT Health Awareness Week is March 28-April 3; the theme of this year's observance is "Closing the Gap in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health."

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Contributed by Sudie Ann Robinson on 03/29/2010 

IC Haiti Relief Fund Presents......


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Come study the art and architecture of our nation’s capital during a two-week intensive art history course entitled “Public Art and Architecture of Washington, DC.” Ithaca College will sponsor up to 10 students interested in this three-credit, study-away program to Washington, DC.  Ithaca College sponsorship includes your lodging and metro travel while in DC.

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Participation in the Ithaca in Washington, DC Program, is your opportunity to live, work and learn in an experiential-learning environment immersed in the history, politics, and culture of our nation's capital. 

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Caribbean Culture Week serves to bring awareness of Caribbean cultures to the Ithaca College community. All Ithaca College faculty, staff as well as students regardless of background, are encouraged to attend and participate in Caribbean Students Association's events for the week

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Holy Week in the Catholic Community

Contributed by Lee Imbriano on 03/28/2010 

Holy Week is one of the most important times of the year.  Please join us as we celebrate God's ultimate love for us, recalling Christ's Passion, Death, and Resurrection. 

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 Social Justice Photo Exhibit

Contributed by Kaitlin Clark on 03/28/2010 

 Join us in the North Foyer this Tuesday March 30th - Friday April 2nd!

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Join ICMSA for Food For Thought!

Contributed by Jessica Dillon on 03/28/2010 

Multiple Sclerosis not only affects those that have it, but family and friends too.

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AAF is hosting its first Creative Crunch, a fast-paced advertising competition for a mystery client! The Crunch will be a great way to gain resume and creative portfolio experience and feedback from industry professionals.

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Come join us for food, films and discussion about all the possibilities that going local has to offer you!

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Contributed by Catherine Kirchhoff on 03/28/2010 

 April is Gaypril and prism is hosting a week long of AWESOME events! Read it, attend them and spread the word! 

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Be sure not to miss this week’s exciting happenings!

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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month! Talking about Colorectal Cancer can be a touchy subject. Colorectal cancer is 90% preventable and 90% treatable if detected early, yet it remains to be the second leading cancer killer in the U.S. Don’t let embarrassment be a barrier to getting screened.

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 The Ithacan has been named the Best College Newspaper in New York State for 2009 by the New York Press Association. This is the ninth time in the past 11 years that the paper has received the award.

The paper was also awarded:

  • First Place for General Excellence
  • First Place for Design
  • Third Place for Editorial
  • Third Place for Sports Coverage

In addition, the following individuals won awards for their work in The Ithacan in 2009:

  • Erin Geismar ’09, First Place, News Writing
  • Byard Duncan ’09, Second Place, News Writing
  • Allison Wassink ’09, First Place, Photography
  • Allison Wassink ’09, Third Place, Photography
  • Lilly Miller ’13, Second Place, Column Writing


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There will be 1st and 2nd night Seders for Passover Monday & Tuesday on the Balcony at Terrace Dining Hall, with food from Kosher Dining. 


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