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Contributed by Laurie Wasik on 04/10/2005
The Ithaca Seminar, the new all-College first-year seminar program will be initiated during the fall 2005 semester. The pilot program will offer 400 first-year students, from all five schools and the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Programs, the exciting opportunity to enroll in one of ten interdisciplinary courses with a total of 19 sections being offered by faculty members from across the College. Class sizes will be small. Some of the courses have multiple sections that sometimes meet as a larger group. Each section has its own faculty member. All seminars will fulfill liberal arts and general education requirements.
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Contributed by Bonnie LeBlanc on 04/10/2005
April 11, 2005, 3:00-5:00 PM
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The Ithacan has been named "Best College Newspaper in New York State" for 2004 by the New York Press Association.
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Contributed by Michael Staub on 04/10/2005
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You asked for it and we got it -- a signed CD by Sheryl Crow! Sheryl joins Mercyme and Audio Adrenaline in a total of 25 different celebrities who have contributed items to the annual Bursar's Benefit Auction.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 04/08/2005
To all interested faculty:
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Contributed by Jenny Pickett on 04/08/2005
Outlined below is the process for registering students workers and volunteers to remain in the residence halls for senior week. Please review these guidelines as you begin to plan your staffing for Commencement 2005.
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Contributed by Morgan Steele on 04/08/2005
Until April 13, 2005, IC After Dark will be accepting applications for the 2005-2006 Executive Board. Want to gain great resume experience, work with one of the largest organizations on campus, and have a lot of fun? Get an application from our website www.ithaca.edu/afterdark today!
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Contributed by Robert Sullivan on 04/07/2005
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Contributed by Srijana Bajracharya on 04/07/2005
Srijana Bajracharya received Faculty Development Summer Research Grant
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Harry McCue, art, will exhibit his work in three invitational art shows in the coming months.
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Contributed by Thomas Shevory on 04/07/2005
Professors Asma Barlas and Tom Shevory received Summer Research Grants.
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Society of Professional Journalists Presents
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The Offices of the Campus Center and Conference and Event Services have summer 2005 employment opportunities for Ithaca College students.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 04/07/2005
Craig Cummings and David Pacun of the School of Music theory faculty read papers at the 20th annual meeting of the New England Conference of Music Theorists at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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This is a reminder of the advising workshop today, Monday, April 11, 3:00-5:00 pm, in the Clark Lounge of the Campus Center. The title is "Advising Vignettes: How Would You Handle This One?"
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Contributed by Christopher Baxter on 04/07/2005
iMPrint Magazine: College Life's Internet Magazine, Ithaca College's premier online outlet for literary and long-form journalism, as well as creative works, is currently seeking a web designer to construct a new website for Fall 2005.
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What's not to love about a cuddly teddy bear? If teddy bears bring a smile to your face, one in a skating outfit from the 1984 Olympics, signed by Scott Hamilton is a must for your collection! And where could you possibly find such a bear? Why, at the Bursar's Benefit Auction, of course!
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 04/06/2005
Liasson will be on campus Thursday, April 7, and will present a public lecture entitled, "A View From Washington: Covering Hot-Button Issues." The lecture is scheduled at 7:30 p.m. in the Park Auditorium. Seating will be limited, so please arrive early.
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