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The 12th Annual Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
Williams College, Williamstown MA. April 30, 2005.

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A celebration of the life of Morgan Potter will take place on Sunday, May 1, 2005, at 6:30 p.m. in the Muller Chapel (not at 7:30 p.m. as originally communicated).

Please join the campus community as we rejoice in the accomplishments of this remarkable young man, share our memories, and mourn the loss of his presence.

Motorcycle Parking Policy

Contributed by Lillian Tavelli on 04/29/2005 

The Parking Policy Committee has approved the following motorcycle parking policy.

Motorcycles will be allowed to park in any parking spaces in the parking lots that their parking permit allows. There continue to be spaces throughout campus specifically made for motorcycles as follows:

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IC Journal Published

Contributed by Toni Cooke on 04/29/2005 

The Ithaca College Journal of Race, Culture, Gender and Ethnicity was published for release on April 26, 2005.

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IC Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) and the Women’s Opportunity Center have partnered to present classes in personal finance and strategic business planning for a home business on May 5th. ALL are invited to attend these free classes!

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ITS is pleased to announce that Mozilla Thunderbird has been chosen to replace the Netscape Messenger e-mail program. Thunderbird has its roots in Netscape Messenger, so users will find a familiar look and feel in Thunderbird.

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9th Annual Northeast Undergraduate Research Organization for Neuroscience.
Hunter College, New York, NY. April 2005.

Funding for this trip was provided by the H&S Ithaca Fund and Jean Hardwick’s NIH AREA grant. This conference is specifically for undergraduates working on research in neuroscience to have the opportunity to present their results and interact with other students and faculty doing similar activities at colleges and universities in the Northeast. The following students presented posters.

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Eight students and two faculty were elected to the Sigma Xi Honor Society on Wednesday, April 27, 2005.

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If you are a student who is graduating or permanently leaving the college for other reasons this semester, most of your IC computing accounts will expire shortly after you graduate (or leave).

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The Office of Conference and Event Services will be closed for some number of hours Friday, April 29, 2005 so staff can attend the funeral for Morgan Potter. We are making every attempt to cover the office with student workers, but the entire office may be closed from approximately 9:30 am to approximately 3:00pm. Thank you for your support during this difficult time.

Native American Heritage Display

Contributed by Toni Cooke on 04/28/2005 

The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, is pleased to introduce a display on Abenaki heritage near 101 CHS. The display includes information about the Abenaki Nation of Northern New England and Southern Quebec.

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The National Endowment to the Arts in Washington, D.C. appointed Patricia R. Zimmerman, professor of cinema and photography and coordinator of the culture and communication program in the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies, to serve as a grant panelist.

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Shinagawa Article Accepted

Contributed by Toni Cooke on 04/28/2005 

Larry Hajime Shinagawa, director and associate professor of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, has had an article accepted by the Asian American Policy Review.

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Three Ithaca College students and one non-student have been identified for their role in taking the rainbow flag from the "free speech" flagpole on the academic quad. The flag, which symbolizes gay pride, was reported missing in the early morning hours of Saturday, April 9. The students have been referred to the campus judicial system for alleged violations of the Student Conduct Code; the non-student will be issued a criminal trespass waiver prohibiting him from being on the campus.

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Fitness Center Closing

Contributed by Brad Buchanan on 04/27/2005 

The Fitness Center will close at 5:00pm on April 30th for staff recognition.

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Fitness Center Closing

Contributed by Brad Buchanan on 04/27/2005 

The Fitness Center will close at 5:00pm on Saturday, April 30, for staff recognition.

Morgan Potter Funeral Arrangements

Contributed by Brian McAree on 04/27/2005 

Morgan Potter's family has provided us with the information about viewing arrangements and funeral services to share with the Ithaca College community.

Viewing hours will be Thursday, April 28, 2:00-4:00 pm and 7:00-9:00 pm, at the Bartron Myer Funeral Home, 74 Church Street, Montrose, PA. The funeral service is scheduled for 11:00 am, Friday, April 29, at the Montrose United Methodist Church, 90 Church Street, in Montrose.

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Grieving for Morgan

Contributed by Brian McAree on 04/27/2005 

Grieving for Morgan
Tonight, Wednesday, April 27, in the Chapel
7:30 to 8:30 pm

A coming together to grieve, process, and reflect. All are welcome to attend this event, which will be facilitated by the counseling center staff and the chaplains.

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It is with a great deal of sadness that I inform the campus community of the death of one of our students. Sophomore Morgan Potter died early this morning, apparently as the result of a fall from his room on the 8th floor of the West Tower residence hall. While the Office of Public Safety is investigating the circumstances of the fall, there appear to be no signs of foul play.

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The senior class and recreational sports will sponsor a golf tournament on Friday, May 13, at 9:00 am. The price for the tournament is $43 and prizes will be awarded. Please see details below. This is a great opportunity to relax before the formal on Friday evening! Staff, faculty, and students are invited.

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