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The following are the facility hours of the Campus Center and its services from May 5, 2006 to May 14, 2006. These times are subject to change based on college events or unforeseen circumstances. If you foresee any conflicts with your area in the Campus Center facility, please contact me immediately at 274-7905.

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Swim Lesson Sessions

Contributed by Jamie Drahos on 05/02/2006 

The Office of Recreational Sports will be offering swim lessons at the outdoor pool this summer. For more information, call 274-1063.

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The Ithaca College-EcoVillage at Ithaca Partnership for Sustainability is pleased to announce that ten Ithaca College faculty members and five resident educators at EcoVillage at Ithaca have been awarded $1,000 minigrants to assist in their development of sustainability curricula. This brings to 43 the number of sustainability curriculum minigrant awards made over four years. The Ithaca College coordinating team, headed by biologists Jason Hamilton, Susan Allen-Gil, and Susan Swensen, are pleased to recognize the wide diversity of disciplines represented by this year's sustainability curriculum development awards. Faculty in art history, writing, health promotion and physical education, mathematics, physics, therapeutic recreation and leisure services, women's studies, and psychology are all planning to create exciting new sustainability-themed curricula.

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Two graduating Ithaca College students have been awarded Fulbright grants that will take them to Asia for the 2006-7 academic year. Julie Perng, who will earn her degree in organizational communication, learning, and design, will spend the year in China's Shaxi township in Dali Prefecture studying the effects of migration on local families. Philosophy major Kiehl Christie will be leaving in the fall for South Korea, where he will teach English to secondary school students and research religious transitions in the Korean peninsula.

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Do you want to make a difference for Ithaca College while earning extra cash?

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Professor of Politics Asma Barlas gave a talk on her book,
"Believing Women" in Islam at Swarthmore College at the
invitation of the Muslim Students Association on April 14th.

On April 24 and 25th, Professor Barlas was invited by Rabbi
Leonard Schoolman, Director of the Center for Religious Inquiry,
St. Barts Church, to give two back-to-back classes on "The
Qur’an and Gender: Sexuality and Women’s Status in Islam,"
in New York City.

Four Ithaca College students created a show titled, “Running from Johnny Law” and submitted it to Channel 102 where it was ranked #1 for two months by Channel 102’s audience. The students produced a total of four episodes before being cancelled.

"Channel 102 works like a television network. People send in five-minute pilots, which screen in front of a live audience. This audience votes for the pilots they like best, and those shows are asked to make more episodes," said Joe Nicolosi, one of students involved in the show.

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Thank You From Career Services

Contributed by John Fracchia on 05/01/2006 

Career Services would like to thank the many individuals and organizations who collaborated on with us on presentations, workshops and events during the 2005-2006 academic year!

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Seniors: Get Your Mug

Contributed by Gretchen Van Valen on 05/01/2006 

IC's Online Community connection! It's kind of like Facebook... only it's for alumni.

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The Senior Class is now working towards getting an amazing graduation speaker for Commencement 2007. Before we forward any suggestions, we want to hear about what the members of our class have to say about a graduation speaker.

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The Class of 2007 Senior Class is now accepting applications for cabinet positions. If you are interested in applying, please e-mail icclassof2007@gmail.com.

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Commencement Eve Invitation

Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 05/01/2006 

You and your family are invited to the Commencement Eve Gala Concert Saturday, May 13, at 8:30 p.m., in Ben Light Gymnasium. Admission is free. Directed by Professor Dana Wilson, this year’s theme is “Rebel with a Cause: Music That Provides Strength Amidst Adversity” and features the orchestra, choir, marimba band, jazz workshop, and soloists, in an exciting and entertaining one hour program.

If you prefer to avoid the packed house and traffic of this popular concert, you and your family (and friends) are welcome to attend the dress rehearsal on the previous evening, Friday, May 12, at 8:30 p.m. The dress rehearsal is a polished performance that is attended each year by hundreds of people, and provides a wonderful opportunity to experience the concert in a more relaxed setting.

Organic Garden 2006

Contributed by Andres Perez Charneco on 05/01/2006 

In Ithaca for the summer and want to get your hands dirty? Come participate in the thrid yearf for the ICES Organic Garden!

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iMPrint Magazine: College Life's Internet Magazine has added an Editor's Blog, linked off the homepage. Editor Chris Baxter will use the blog to give readers an insider's look into iMPrint, including production, projects, future goals and relevant issues in digital journalism.

iMPrint hopes to provide full access to readers, while also engaging its audience in the ever-changing landscape of media content presentation on the Internet. For example, the blog's first post addresses the on-going problem of the 'feedback' option on articles and how (and if) they should be moderated.

As always, keeping you, the reader, informed.

Sincerely,

Chris Baxter, editor

Raymond Ghirardo (professor, art) and Megan Roberts (associate professor, TV-R) will premiere their new media art installation, “Image Stream” at the Maselnice Gallery in Cesky Krumlov (a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Czech Republic) in May and June 2006. They will also be presenting and participating in Cesky Krumlov's annual art symposium which is concurrent with the exhibition.

Student Book Buyback

Contributed by Michael Bovi on 04/29/2006 

Book buyback all week at the Bookstore buyback window down the hall
past the post office. Monday - Friday May 1 - May 5, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Student ID Required.

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The students in the Styles of Acting classes would like to invite you to see their scenes from several of Shakespeare's serious plays and one of Oscar Wilde's comedies.

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The Fitness Center will be offering personal training packages for summer time.

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Contributed for: Cheryl A. Freer, Director of Benefits

As you know, in order to be enrolled in the College’s health plans, any dependent child beyond the age of 19, must be enrolled as a full time student in accredited college or university. Therefore, it is necessary to verify student status for any dependents age 19 to 25. Healthnow will be sending student certifications forms out starting next week for all dependent children who fall within this age group. It is important to complete this form and return it to Healthnow within 30 days to avoid interruption of coverage. Children who are graduating at the end of this academic year will be covered through August 31, 2006. In addition to completing this form, please contact the Benefits department at 4-3245, to notify us of any changes to your dependent coverage.

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