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The TREES Institute (Teaching and Research in Environmental Ethics and Sustainability) is sponsoring a juried exhibition of student work centering on the theme of sustainability. Submitted work may be critical in nature (observing situations and phenomena that negatively affect the environment) or aspirational (focusing on subjects that suggest remedy and redemption). All approaches from artistic to documentary are welcome.

Accepted entries will be framed and displayed in several high visibility areas in the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Open to all Ithaca College students.

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Tickets are still available for purchase for the 2009 Fashion/Talent Show, 'Fabric'.

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Drying up Palestine -- FLEFF Film

Contributed by Andrea Levine on 03/27/2009 

Sponsored by Students for a Just Peace

7-9pm Thursday, 4/2 Williams 218

"Drying Up Palestine is a portrait of the stresses and strains imposed on Palestinian society by Israel's almost total control over access to water and sewage facilities in the West Bank, told in the words of ordinary people. It is a compelling picture of the impact of military occupation on everyday life." You can watch the trailer at & find the complete FLEFF schedule at

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The Power of Poetry

Contributed by Andrea Levine on 03/27/2009 

Sponsored by Students for a Just Peace

8-10pm Mon, 3/30 Williams 221

Jennifer D. Klein will discuss her experiences teaching poetry at An-Najah University in the West Bank, Palestine, and share the work of both her Palestinian and American students. This presentation will explore the realities of Palestinian life under occupation, and show how poetry can promote a creative space for political discussion that transcends cultural boundaries and ideological differences.

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The priority deadline to apply for summer aid is April 1, 2009. Read on for more details!

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SAB Films Presents Yes Man  

Contributed by Danielle Giserman on 03/27/2009 

SAB Films is showing Yes Man this weekend. Showtimes are:

Thursday, April 2 @ 8 pm

Friday, April 3 @ 7 & 9:30 pm

Saturday, April 4 @ 7 & 9:30 pm

Sunday, April 5 @ 2 pm

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If you have yet to sign up for IC swimming lessons, there is still one last opportunity!

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IC H.O.P.E. -- New Organization!

Contributed by Lauren Vollmin on 03/26/2009 

7pm, Friends 210
Monday, March 30, 2009

I.C. H.O.P.E. stands for Ithaca College Helping Other People Everywhere. The organization is dedicated to working with people who have varying disabilities- both physically and cognitively. We have some great ideas for the semester so come to the meeting for some more information and to provide us with your input!


If you have any questions, don't hesitate to e-mail:

Clay Enos, a 1991 Park School graduate recently cited for his photography work on the new Warner Brothers movie Watchmen, will speak to students at Ithaca College on Friday, March 27, at 4:00 p.m. in the Park Auditorium.

According to his publicity file, Enos refuses to be pigeonholed into any one category of photography. "From a portrait session with Sting, to a print campaign for Coca-Cola, to glue-sniffing children on the streets of Cambodia, Enos consistently captures moments that feel both real and transcendent. Always spontaneous and edgy, Enos' unique style shines through his commercial, editorial, and fine-art photographs."

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Do you have great stories to share? Are you interested in gaining some real-world magazine publishing experience?

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Become an Overnight or Class Host!

Contributed by Bri Alderman on 03/26/2009 

Looking for a Fun and Easy Volunteer Experience?

The Office of Admission is looking for volunteers to serve as overnight and class hosts for high school seniors who are interested in attending Ithaca College.

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If you read or listen to the news you undoubtedly know that these are challenging economic times across the country and, that fewer companies are recruiting on college campuses this year. In spite of the gloom and doom that is in the media Career Services wants the Ithaca College community to know that there ARE many excellent job, internship and summer opportunities available.

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Wednesday, April 1
Clark Lounge, Campus Center
Starting at 9:00 a.m.

We are offering seven different workshops designed to provide you with the tools, resources, and strategies to help you cope in today's economic environment.

See the workshop descriptions and sign up for any or all of the workshops by registering at:

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Answer a few questions about your commuting habits and be eligible to win an iTunes gift card.

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IC Triple Threat Theatre presents its production of Thoroughly Modern Millie.

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Colorectal Cancer.........Don’t Die of Embarrassment!!!!



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During Take an Ithacan to Work Week (April 6-10), you can shadow a local professional for part or all of a day to get a glimpse into 'a day in the life' of a professional in your intended career field. Regardless of your class year, this is a great opportunity to network and explore career options.

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The ITS Technology Learning Center (TLC) is pleased to announce that it will offer computing workshops in several new topics starting this April!

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Come join us the Ithaca College American Sign Language Club's first meeting, April 2nd.

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ICTTT is presenting a production of Thoroughly Modern Millie April 2nd through 5th. Tickets will be sold starting Monday March 30th.

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