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The monthly meeting of the education and support group for employees with aging family members will be held on December 5, noon-1:00 p.m., in the Gerontology Institute resource room (413 CHS).
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The Ithaca College library sends employees a list of all items that are checked out approximately two weeks before the end of the fall semester.
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Remember to RSVP for the December graduation reception.
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The Center for Life Skills -- a program developed by Ithaca College to help individuals who have experienced a stroke or other neurological disorders -- will host an open house from 10:00 a.m. to noon on Friday, December 12.
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The fall Junior Research Symposium will be held Tuesday-Thursday, December 9-11, in CNS 112, beginning each day at 4:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
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Choral music, some of it seasonal, will be featured in a free concert performed by four Ithaca College School of Music choral ensembles on Sunday, December 7.
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The Ithaca College Symphony and Chamber Orchestras will share the stage in giving a free concert on Saturday, December 6.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 12/01/2003
The Ithaca College Jazz Workshop, under the direction of Steve Brown '64, M.S. '68, will welcome guest saxophonist Steve Wilson to the stage for a free concert on Friday, December 5.
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Caroline Silby, coauthor of the book, Games Girls Play: Understanding and Guiding Young Female Athletes, will be presenting a general session on Thursday, December 4, at 8:00 p.m. in Textor 102. Admission is free.
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Following are guidelines used by the Office of Residential Life when processing early arrival requests. Please review them as you begin to plan your staffing for the spring 2004 opening.
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Contributed by Graham Stewart on 12/01/2003
Do you know an alumnus, alumna, or friend of Ithaca College whose professional and volunteer accomplishments deserve to be recognized by the Ithaca College Alumni Association?
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The Office of First Year Programs and Orientation would like to announce the dates for summer 2004 orientation:
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Ithaca will play at Rensselaer this Saturday at noon in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA playoffs.
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Sean McKeever (philosophy and religion) will be giving a talk/discussion entitled "Has Psychology Refuted Ethics?" on Wednesday, December 3, at 8:00 p.m. in 309 Friends Hall.
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Only a few days left! Donation bins will be available until Friday, December 5, with the last collection being made at 3:00 p.m. on Friday.
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Starting Monday, December 1, Dining Services is adding another option to our catering department -- casual catering.
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The IC United Way campaign for 2003-4 is coming to a close soon, so please return your cards as soon as possible to Karen McGavin, c/o Office of Finance and Administration, Job Hall.
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On Monday, December 1, Ithaca College Dining Services is hosting its second annual Culinary Showcase. This event will include a vendor fair, presentations of a variety of culinary arts, and an "Iron Chef"-like competition in the evening .
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Join us on December 2 for a colloquium with Maura Stephens, senior editor of marketing communications, who will share some of what she learned during her second information-gathering trip to Iraq, made this summer.
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Some things can be counted on every holiday season. People will travel more, kids will play more, and -- not coincidentally -- the need for blood will increase. Please help make this winter holiday season a great one by helping with the blood shortage.
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