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How about something different and exciting for Friday night? You are invited to the Career City Coffeehouse, IC Square, Friday, October 28th, 7:00 pm. That's right—we are turning the "Square" into a big Starbucks for one night.
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Contributed by Phil Huber on 10/27/2005
The Office of Conference and Event Services will not be able to provide additional audio visual production services through Sunday Nov. 6. due to the upcoming Family Weekend activities and numerous other events already scheduled. All of our student production techs have exhausted their allotment of student employment hours for this time period.
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It’s just a month away…the Holiday NYC bus trip! The city will be decorated for the season, and the tree at Rockefeller will be lit the Wednesday before we go.
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Contributed by Stephen Mosher on 10/27/2005
Stephen Mosher, Sport Management and Media recently presented at the International Teacher Education and Social Justice Conference in Honolulu, Hawai'i.
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Contributed by Jonathan Laskowitz on 10/27/2005
Stephen Sweet's article "Integrating Educational Careers in Work and Family: Women's Return to School and Family Life Quality" [co-authored with Phyllis Moen(University of Minnesota)] has been accepted for publication in the journal Community, Work and Family.
Join us for a day trip to the Catskills for skiing and snowboarding! We depart IC at 7:00 am from O-lot and return approximately by 8:00 pm. The cost covers your lift ticket and roundtrip transportation.
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Contributed by Cyndy Scheibe on 10/27/2005
Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 10/27/2005
Susan Swensen, Department of Biology
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The horizons of journalistic writing are expanding in new and exciting ways. Newspapers are opening up more and more to the dynamic style known as literary journalism or creative nonfiction. Professor John Hartsock will discuss the challenges and rewards facing those who would make the leap from hard-news to narrative style.
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Do you want to make a difference for Ithaca College while earning extra cash?
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Contributed by Andrea McClatchie on 10/26/2005
There will not be any more Cortaca Jug ticket sales on Ithaca College's campus, as the tickets have been sold out.
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Contributed by Teresa Hradisky on 10/26/2005
The Hammond Health Center brings you a walk-in flu vaccination clinic this fall (no appointments needed). Flu shots are $15.00. Please pay by check (made payable to Ithaca College), cash, MasterCard, Visa, or Discover card.
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The United Way Campaign continues to gather momentum with total pledges exceeding 60 percent of out $60,000 campaign goal. It’s not too late to make your pledge commitment in time to be eligible for valuable prizes. Return your pledge card by Friday, October 28, and you will be entered into the prize drawings.
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Contributed by Mel Ginsberg-Stevens on 10/26/2005
On Friday, October 28th, the Ithaca College Wellness Clinic's "No Pressure Blood Pressure" screenings will once again be holding a campus-wide blood pressure screening.
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A benefit for the victims of Hurricane Katrina
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Contributed by Susanna Stumpe on 10/26/2005
This is a faculty workshop brought to you by Wiley Faculty Network and the Department of Physics at Ithaca College.
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Paula Mitchell, Ithaca's Director of Admission, has accepted an offer to become the next Director of the U.S. Office of Higher Education for the Council of International Schools (CIS).
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Contributed by Laurie Wasik on 10/26/2005
The application deadline for studying in Antigua during winter break (January 2-13, 2006) is November 1. Visit http://www.ithaca.edu/oip/abroad_antigua.htm for further details and an application.
Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 10/26/2005
Mead Loop, associate professor and chair of the Journalism Department, was elected to a two-year term as vice president of the Society of Professional Journalists, the nation’s largest journalism organization with 10,000 members. He will be responsible for campus chapter affairs nationwide, and serve on the executive committee in charge of SPJ finances and policies. Loop also is co-chair of the grants committee of the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation, an $11 million foundation that funds journalism education and professional development for SPJ. Loop serves as the adviser to the Ithaca College chapter of SPJ.
Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 10/26/2005
Journalist Ira Silverman will speak on “The World of Investigative Journalism: Confidential Sources, Cut-outs, Dangles, and the Hunt for the Big Story” at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, November 3 in the Park Auditorium. The lecture is free and open to the public.
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