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Contributed by Angel Yau on 04/30/2007 

Stand up comedy extravaganza! IC Square 7:30 Thursday, May 3rd.

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Just a reminder, the nominations for the 2007 Senior Toast Awards are due May 1, 2007. Please submit your forms either by email at or by fax at 274-1634.

Summer Session Personal Training

Contributed by Sarah Hawkins on 04/30/2007 

Did you mean to sign up for a personal trainer over the school year, but felt so overwhelmed by work that it slipped your mind? Well, now is your chance! We will offer personal training over the summer session of 2007!

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Are you looking for a fun and exciting place to work for the Fall Semester? Do you have hours available on Tuesday and Thursday between 9:00am-4:00pm?

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The search committee for the provost and vice president for academic affairs would like to encourage members of the IC community to attend open sessions, as previously announced, for each of the three candidates for this position. Your feedback for the committee is appreciated. Please note, all evaluations forms need to be returned as indicated by May 2nd for full consideration by the committee.

Candidate materials will be available at each of the open sessions and can also be obtained in the Office of the President, 300 Job Hall, or by e-mail at

The next candidate, Mark Gromko, will be on campus April 30-May 1, 2007.

Mark Gromko
Interim Provost/VPAA, Bowling Green State University

Open Session for STUDENTS – April 30th from 12:10pm-1:00 pm, Klingenstein Lounge

Open Session for FACULTY – April 30th from 4:15 pm-5:30 pm, North Meeting Room

Open Session for FACULTY, STAFF, and STUDENTS – May 1st from 12:10 pm -1:00 pm, Clark Lounge

Srijana Bajracharya, Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, has published an article based on a research project on local health professionals entitled, "An Assessment of the Perceived Barriers and Strategies to Promote Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer (CRC): A Practitioner's Perspective," in the International Quarterly of Community Health Education (IQCHE, Vol. 26(1)23-44).

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Associate professor Michael Richardson’s book, Revolutionary Theater and the Classical Heritage, was recently released by Peter Lang Publishing. The book concerns the critical appropriation of the German literary heritage during the Weimar Republic by proletarian-revolutionary dramatists such as Bertolt Brecht, Friedrich Wolf, and Gustav von Wangenheim, and the legacy of their aesthetics in the German Democratic Republic (GDR).

Do you want/need new things!? Do you want to make some extra cash!? If you said yes to either of these questions then you need to join RHA and ICES at the 2nd Annual IC Flea Market.

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We have now concluded the on-line housing selection process for returning students through Homer Connect for the 2007-2008 academic year. We know that every year after students select housing, spaces become available for a variety of reasons.

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Do you want to make a difference for Ithaca College, while earning extra cash & networking for your future?

Apply to be an Ithaca Fund Student Phoner for the Phonathon Team! Get paid $8.25/hr. to call Ithaca College alumni and parents to ask for their financial support of the College.

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Please join us for the third annual IC Kicks Back to mark the end of the academic year! IC Kicks Back will be held on the Campus Center Quad on Friday, May 4 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

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"A little singing, a little dancing, a LOT of hummus."

(Mon., April 30th)
Textor 102

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Two etchings by Harry McCue, entitled "Fallen Willow" and "Storm and Sycamore," were selected for inclusion in the 27th annual National Print Exhibition at the Artlink Art Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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Art department chair Harry McCue's drypoint intaglio print, "Inlet," was one of 31 works selected for inclusion out of 745 entries submitted to the 61st annual Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester.

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Jason Hamilton, Michael Rogers, Susan Swensen, and Susan Allen-Gil presented "Infusing Sustainability into Higher Education" at the American Conference of Academic Deans annual conference (pre-conference workshop) in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Please note on Friday, May 4, 2007 Campus Center Dining Hall will close at 1:00 p.m. to prepare for the "IC Kicks Back Picnic."

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The Center for Faculty Excellence announces recruitment for our acclaimed, all-college, small-group Mentoring Program. Two workshops, "Publish and Flourish" and "Excel at Teaching," with prominent leader Tara Gray will launch the program on September 8.

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Music CD Clearance Sale

Contributed by Art Gilmore on 04/27/2007 

The Bookstore is clearing out its current stock of Music CDs at 25% off sticker price. This is a one time clearance sale so come into the store while selection is the best. Great music at a great price!

No returns or exchanges on these CDs. All sales are final.

The Alumni Association Board of Directors is currently seeking nominations for the 2008 Alumni Association Awards.

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The Center for Faculty Excellence and Information Technology Services announce the selection of a Primary Receiver Set (PRS) or "clicker" system. An open workshop will be conducted by assistant professor of physics Michael "Bodhi" Rogers on Monday, May 7th at 4 pm in CNS208. Please attend if you want to learn more about using clickers and what they can do to improve student learning, or more about the new PRS system.

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