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Tuesday, November 10th, 8pm in Textor Hall 102
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Don’t miss this week’s exciting events!
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Contributed by Patricia Rodriguez on 11/02/2009
Come for delicious Latin food, fun, music, & dancing,
catering by La Cocina Latina Catering
3 seatings: 6pm, 7:30pm, 9pm
special student price $9/person
non-students $12 or family rate $25
tickets on sale at Campus Center this Thursday (Nov 5) 2-4 & Friday (Nov 6) 12-1 & 2-4
Help to close the military facility located in Fort Benning, Georgia; the SOA, now named the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, is funded by U.S. taxpayers and trains hundreds of soldiers from Latin America in combat skills. Many brutal Latin American dictators who have ordered and committed brutal killings were trained in these facilities.
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Contributed by Shari Kaplan on 11/02/2009
Sign up for Relay For Life NOW because we need to cure cancer NOW
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Contributed by Patti Banfield on 11/02/2009
The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs is looking for confident, creative, reliable, responsible and ambitious individuals to join the Student Leadership Consultant Team.
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Bill Kolberg's paper, "A Peek into Pandora's Box: Firm-Level Demand with Price Competition vs. Quantity Competition"
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Contributed by Lisabeth Chabot on 11/02/2009
Ben Hogben, Manager of Access Services in the Library, received a 2009 SCRLC Award.
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Contributed by Andrea McClatchie on 11/02/2009
Cortaca Jug tickets are sold out on Ithaca College's campus.
No tickets will be sold at the gate. All seating is general admission, first come/first served.
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The Ithaca Wind Quintet’s fall concert will take place on Thursday, November 5 at 8:15 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. The free concert will include a wide range of music, including Ligeti, Paquito D’Rivera, Liadov, and Steven Stucky.
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Contributed by David Turkon on 11/02/2009
Michael Malpass, Professor of Anthropology and Dana Chair in the Social Sciences, was elected to the Institute of Andean Research (IAR) at its December 2008 meetings.
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Contributed by Arlene Dende on 11/02/2009
A paper submitted by Ali Erkan (Computer Science), Jason Hamilton (Environmental Studies and Science), Tom Pfaff (Mathematics), and Michael Rogers (Physics) has been accepted for publication at the ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education Conference (SIGCSE 2010).
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We still have seats available for the bus trip to New York City on Saturday, December 5, 2009. Don't miss out! It's a great deal!
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There is still time to sign up to Lip Sync at ICMSA's first ever Lip Sync event!
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Contributed by Sharon M. Beltaine on 11/01/2009
Did you know IC has a cool service you can use to build your own student web site quickly and easily? It’s called ePortfolios, and it’s free to all IC students. Once you build it, you can even keep using your ePortfolio after you graduate! The user-friendly ePortfolio tool set makes building your web site fast and fun. Let us show you how in just one hour of training!
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Contributed by Adam Polaski on 11/01/2009
Water for Sudan will be tabling in Campus Center Monday through Thursday this week selling Green water bottles and taking signatures for a meal sign-away! Stop by and lend your support to our cause!
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Contributed by Marie Abb on 11/01/2009
IC in DC is a great opportunity to take your education to the next level by connecting theory with practice. Internship opportunities have allowed IC students to do interviews at the White House, attend Senate hearings, create displays for national museums, do research for National Geographic, participate in our federal court system, and much more. There are internships for each major.
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"The Heart of the Hydrogen Jukebox" a screening of the documentary film about American Sign Language (ASL) poetry will be presented by producer, Miriam Nathan Lerner on Sunday November 8 in Textor 103 from 2:00 - 4:00 with a discussion to follow. What if a minority community has been inculcated with the belief that their language has no poetry? And what if that community begins to experiment and finds that their language is not only capable of poetic form, but is practically poetry in and of itself?
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Contributed by Annette Levine on 11/01/2009
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Chilean Arpillera Movement
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