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Marie Garland (organizational communication, learning, and design) successfully programmed the 2004 convention of the New York State Communication Association as the association Vice-President.

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Kenny Christianson, academic consultant for the Office of Multicultural Affairs, was presented with the Ramona Barton Award at the New York State Association of Environmental Management Councils annual meeting in Madison, N.Y. on October 9.

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All members of the Ithaca College community -- students, faculty, and staff alike -- will have the opportunity to cast their ballot for president of the United States.

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Susan Allen-Gil presented the "Earth Cafe 2050 Workshop" at the Northeast Campus Sustainability Summit at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

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On Tuesday, October 26, Career Services and Sigma Iota Epsilon will be hosting Ithaca College's Career Days 2004.

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For and Against the Soul

Contributed by Craig Duncan on 10/19/2004 

On Wednesday, October 20, at 8:00 pm in 309 Friends Hall, David Jehle of Cornell University will give a talk/discussion entitled "Dualism: For and Against."

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Biology Seminar

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 10/19/2004 

Mike Axtell, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, will present "Plant microRNAs: A Genomic Approach" on Thursday, October 21.

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Dr. William Schwab '68 (chemistry), professor of surgery, Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, University of Pennsylvania Health System, will be on campus Thursday, October 21..

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Don't miss the total lunar eclipse, starting at 9:14 pm EDT on Wednesday, October 27. The Society of Physics Students and the IC physics department invite you to an open house at IC's Ford Observatory. Of course you can see the lunar eclipse without a telescope, but we'll be showing off other celestial gems including star clusters, galaxies, and nebulae as we wait for the eclipse to progress.

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Native American Celebration Month

Contributed by Brooke Hansen on 10/18/2004 

Help to honor the first nations people of the Finger Lakes region by attending the 2005 Native American Celebration Month at Ithaca College.

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The Office of Career Services is beginning its peer career adviser (PCA) selection process for the Spring 2005 semester.

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What Matters -- the United Way

Contributed by Deborah Emnett on 10/18/2004 

The 2004 United Way Campaign -- What MattersŪ -- will be underway in a few short days. The campaign is a terrific opportunity for members of the College community to improve life in our community through donations that impact real people with real needs.

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Physics Students Win Award - NYC

Contributed by Susanna Stumpe on 10/18/2004 

Physics students Kevin Faehndrich and Greg Shear tied for third place in the New York State section of the American Physical Society's biannual symposium poster session.

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We have received enough of a response from the campus community to make the holiday bus trip to New York City a go!

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Make a Difference Day

Contributed by Deborah Mohlenhoff on 10/18/2004 

Saturday, October 23, is National Make a Difference Day. Created by USA Weekend Magazine, Make a Difference Day is an annual event that takes place to inspire a celebration of community involvement and to encourage neighbors helping neighbors.

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The Zagreb Saxophone Quartet will present a free concert on Monday, October 25, at 8:15 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall in the Whalen Center.

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Viola music of and inspired by the Romantic era will be the focus of an upcoming recital by Ithaca College associate professor of music performance Debra Moree.

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Tarr Speaks on Festival Panel

Contributed by Simon Tarr on 10/18/2004 

Assistant Professor Simon Tarr will speak at the FilmColumbia Film Festival on "Animation in Film: Meet the Makers."

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David Pacun, assistant professor of music theory, recently published two articles.

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Media activist legend Dee Dee Halleck will present a special workshop on Tuesday, October 19, 2:35-4:00 pm, entitled "Escalation: Indy Media and the War in Iraq." The workshop is in Park 285.

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