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The Ithaca Brass brings "some things tried and true" and "some things new" to Ithaca College on Monday, November 3. The free concert will begin at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the Whalen Center.
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Food collection for the Caring and Sharing Committee's annual Thanksgiving drive will begin on November 7.
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Course enrollment for the 2004 Winter Session begins Monday, November 3. Both online and classroom courses are offered. In addition, students may register for independent studies, internships, and fieldwork on a "by-arrangement" basis.
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Student members of the Ithaca College Chemistry Club performed chemistry demonstrations as part of the "Spooky Science" program for kids held at the Sciencenter in downtown Ithaca on the evening of October 30.
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The IC library has material available relating to upcoming visitors to IC.
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Thursday, November 6, the three winners of the Perialas Prize in Persuasive Oratory will present their speeches in an open forum. A grand prize winner, who will receive a $500 reward, will be selected from the three.
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Contributed by Rachel Cullenen on 10/30/2003
The Overseas Program Development Workshop for faculty, staff, and administrators will take place on Wednesday, November 5, 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Textor 101. (It was originally scheduled an hour earlier.)
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"Religious Diversity on Campus: A Forum for Discussion" will take place on Wednesday, November 12, at 3:00 p.m. in the Emerson Suites C.
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The Office of Conference and Event Services would like to thank the campus community for your patience and cooperation while the room reservation system was down this past week.
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Tickets for the "Cortaca Jug" football game will go on sale at noon on Friday, October 31.
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In order to offer a medical plan that better suits the needs of more participants than does the current Aetna Open Choice plan -- in terms of the benefits offered as well as its affordability -- the Office of Human Resources is introducing a new medical plan administered by Aetna.
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The principal speaker will be Geshe Tenzin Sherap, holder of the Geshe Lharampa degree from Ganden Jangtse College and resident monk at Ganden Jangtse Monastery (Mundgod, India).
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This event was sold out but we've added a few more seats for anyone interested. Please register by this Friday at noon.
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Faroqhi, a young filmmaker from Berlin, combines documentary footage with personal, fictional voice-over to create a personal essay located somewhere between fact and fiction. Waiting, is a film she shot while in Tel Aviv on the eve of the Iraqi War this past spring.
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Contributed by Antoinette Di Ciaccio on 10/28/2003
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In an effort to move forward on the College Institutional Plan, the provost charged a representative group of faculty and staff to make recommendations on a set of common experiences for all Ithaca College students -- the Institutional Plan, Goal 2.
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Lisa Maurer, Office of Multicultural Affairs coordinator for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services, was awarded the Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement from the University of Delaware in a ceremony on October 17.
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Ithaca College is pleased to announce the creation of the Ithaca College Parents Association -- a vehicle for parents of IC students to establish a sense of community with one another and with the students, faculty, staff, and administration of the College.
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