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Contributed by Karen McGavin on 09/09/2005
After a long and distinguished career at the College as director of human resources, Marty Turnbull has announced she will retire from the College at the end of fall break.
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Contributed by LeBron Rankins on 09/09/2005
The staff of the Counseling Center wants every IC student to know a Counseling Center exists, where it exists, and the services that are available.
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The CNS Sustainability Group has received approval to begin an alternative landscaping project on the lawn between CNS and the O parking lot.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 09/09/2005
Jason Hamilton presented “Indirect effects of biotic damage on photosynthesis in a forest understory “ at the Ecological Society of America Conference in Montreal, Quebec. August 2005
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 09/09/2005
Journalist Bill Moyers will serve as the 2005-2006 Park Distinguished Visitor. Moyers will be at Ithaca College September 13-15, giving a public lecture as well as a question and answer session for members of the Ithaca College community.
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Ithaca alumnus and devoted supporter of the College for over 50 years, Edgar E. "Dusty" Bredbenner Jr., 80, of 141 Honness Lane, died September 8, 2005, at Cayuga Medical Center.
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ITS has a "Fix-It Fridays" (FIF) weekly window of time -- 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Fridays -- to perform necessary maintenance on computers and network systems.
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Contributed by Aaron Inver on 09/09/2005
The Ithaca College Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will have its first meeting of the year this Monday, 9/12, at 7 pm in Park 220.
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The Ithaca College community is cordially invited to attend a series of lectures and films on the historical and contemporary concerns of the Caribbean. Since Cristobal Colón first used the word "Caribe" or "cannibal" to represent the inhabitants he encountered in his voyages to the “New World,” the Caribbean has been a contested region.
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 09/09/2005
The United States Postal Service is once again accepting mail for zip codes in certain areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
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Contributed by Deborah Mohlenhoff on 09/09/2005
At a meeting on Thursday, September 8, the campus community came together to begin planning Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Here are ways you can get involved. If you are interested in serving on any of the planning committees for these projects, e-mail Deb Mohlenhoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Join in the United Way's SOUPer Day of Caring Campaign. Help re-supply local food banks that sent food and personal care products to the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
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The Ithaca College Washington Semester Program is accepting applications for the spring, summer, and fall 2006 semesters. Four informational sessions will be held on campus in the coming weeks.
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Contributed by Barbara Johnson on 09/09/2005
David Chevan and his group “The Afro-Semitic Experience” will bring their dynamic musical dialogue to Ithaca for a three-day residency from September 15 to 17, 2005, culminating in a free public concert on Saturday, September 17 at 8:00 p.m. in the Emerson Suites at Ithaca College. This performance by the renowned sextet will include a collaborative number with two Ithaca College student musical groups, the IC Klezmorim, and the Amani Gospel Choir.
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 09/09/2005
ITS wants to remind everyone of several notification tools that are available to keep members of the campus community informed about computer system or network problems, as well as scheduled service interruptions.
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A conversation with colleagues about contemplative practices in the classroom and a scholarly colloquium on combat entertainment begin the Colloquium Series for fall 2005. Also included are a lecture on Hurricane Katrina by an ecologist and an environmental historian, and a "sustainability cafe," where we'll discuss the ecological footprint we leave as individuals, as a campus, as a community, and as a nation.
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Contributed by Deborah Merriman on 09/09/2005
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The American Red Cross is very busy with our fellow neighbors in the storm ravaged areas; we need to help keep the blood supply up here as well as in the areas that have been hit. Pleas sign up to donate blood at our blood drive on Wednesday, October 5, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Emerson Suites.
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Fund-raising and support plans are underway by Ithaca College to support those affected by Hurricane Katrina. Communication vehicles have been established to help the College planning and response efforts.
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Contributed by John Fracchia on 09/08/2005
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