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Contributed by Melinda Butler on 10/06/2005
Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atonement, begins at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 12th, at the start of fall break, and lasts until an hour after sunset on Thursday, the 13th.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 10/06/2005
Thursday, October 13, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Contributed by Judy Smith on 10/06/2005
Jeff Holmes (Psychology) presented research entitled “The Stereotyping Safety Net: How Stereotyping Provides Protection from Anxiety” at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association in August in Washington, DC.
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Looking for a quality tutor to help you out in your biology class? E-mail John Hopple at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let him know the class you are taking and he will connect you with a recommended Biology Club member.
Contributed by Debra Meeker on 10/06/2005
The Tower Club Restaurant is going all out to help you celebrate your boss,
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 10/06/2005
Frederick Kastenbaum PreHealth Award: $500 award. Deadline is October 28.
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Thursday, October 6th is National Depression Screening Day. Free depression screenings will be offered in Emerson Suite C by members of the Counseling Center. A variety of literature addressing mental health issues will be available and refreshments will be served.
Thursday, October 6th is National Depression Screening Day. Free depression screenings will be offered in Emerson Suite C by members of the counseling center. Consider encouraging students with whom you have contact to participate in this informative event. A variety of literature addressing mental health issues will be available.
Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 10/06/2005
On Tuesday, October 11 at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall, the Ithaca College Wind Ensemble will present a free concert under the direction of Stephen Peterson. Franz Krommer’s “Partita” from 1808 will be performed along with “Grand Central Station” by Michael Torke from the 21st century. Works from the 20th century by Aaron Copland and Michael Colgrass complete the program.
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The Ithacan has once again achieved national recognition as one of the top student newspapers in the country.
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Contributed by Victoria Jordan on 10/05/2005
Faculty, staff, and students are cordially invited to attend selected workshops and events free of charge at Project Look Sharp’s upcoming conference, “Literacy in a Media Age,” October 14–15, 2005, in the Campus Center. Presenters include media literacy educators Cyndy Scheibe, Chris Sperry, and Faith Rogow; director of LeMoyne College’s Education program, Cathy Leogrande; health and art educators; and more! Youth involved in media production will showcase their work, and a resource room and video preview area will be open throughout the conference (Klingenstein Lounge).
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Contributed by Christopher Baxter on 10/05/2005
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The 78-day actions led by Ithaca College physical plant worker Han Lin and other Burmese freedom fighters beginning on July 19 came to a successful conclusion this Tuesday (October 4) in front of UN Headquarters in New York City. That day also marked the end of a 17-day hunger strike (one day for each year since the 1988 military coup that plunged the country into tyranny and oppression by a brutal military regime).
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 10/04/2005
Please use the link below to keep updated on hurricane service affected ZIP Codes.
Contributed by Andrea McClatchie on 10/04/2005
Oct. 5 is the last day to pick up your complimentary ticket for the Ithaca Cortland football game for Nov. 12.
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The Ithaca College United Way Campaign is off and running! Once again, Ithaca College is happy to take part in this critical effort to support over forty-four United Way organizations that assist members of our community.
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Ithaca College has just received an additional $200,000 from the National Science Foundation to fund activities involved with the nationally recognized COMPASS program, directed by Eric and Margaret Robinson with John Maceli in the Department of Mathematics.
Contributed by John Fracchia on 10/04/2005
The Office of Career Services is pleased to announce that Ms. Terri Moore, the national college relations program manager for Time Warner Cable will be visiting Ithaca College on Thursday, October 6, 2005 as an employer-in-residence.
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Contributed by Terry Martinez on 10/04/2005
Join SGA, STAT, SAB, and After Dark to support our sports teams on Homecoming Weekend.
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For those students, faculty and staff who have been affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to you and your families. We would like to make you aware of the following support services that are and continue to be available on campus and in the area.
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