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No-Pressure Blood Pressure Returns!

Contributed by Judy Mauk on 10/24/2007 

On Tuesday, October 30, the Wellness Clinic staff will once again travel around campus, ready to take your blood pressure.

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We were able to add a water aerobics class on Friday for Block II!

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South Hill Clean-Up

Contributed by Brian McAree on 10/24/2007 

The South Hill Civic Association is sponsoring its annual fall neighborhood clean-up of South Hill, this Saturday, October 27, from noon to 4:00 p.m.

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iMPrint Magazine: College Life's Internet Magazine has posted new articles for the week. Check out iMPrint daily at for the latest features and blog posts.

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Adobe has announced that the Ithaca College student CLP software program has been extended to faculty and staff at the same student pricing.

The only difference between the student and faculty/staff programs is that the faculty/staff program is for a limited-time period that expires March 15, 2008.

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Dinner and The Full Monty!

Contributed by Susan Monagan on 10/24/2007 

Ithaca College Theatre and the Tower Club restaurant invite you to join us on Saturday, November 10, for a night of delicious food and great theatre!

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The fourth and final panel in the series Experiential Learning -- It's Worth Talking About, will take place on Tuesday, October 30, from 4:00 to 4:50 p.m. in the Six Mile Creek Meeting Room.

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Heating of Campus Buildings

Contributed by Richard Couture on 10/24/2007 

The change of seasons means we are getting into the need to provide heat in all our buildings across campus. As is typical with this time of year, as well as springtime, we can see a wide change in outside air temperature -- one day it might be 70 degrees, then go down to the upper 40s, then back up to the mid-60s in a couple of days.

The Office of Facilities receives a number of calls with requests to "turn on" or "turn off" the heat based on the daily variance in outside temperature. I thought it might be helpful to explain how our buildings are heated and cooled, so that the campus community has a better understanding of what is involved.

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Flu Vaccination Walk-In Clinics

Contributed by Teresa Hradisky on 10/24/2007 

The Hammond Health Center will be sponsoring several walk-in flu vaccination clinics between October 30 and November 15.

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The Office of Academic Enrichment Services and the Office for New Student Programs have collaborated to design several workshops to help students succeed in the academic environment at Ithaca College.

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As you most likely know by now, this year's re-enrollment period begins on November 12. What you may not realize is that there are things you can do before that date to facilitate the online re-enrollment process. Those steps include:

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Ithaca College Theatre presents The Full Monty, written by Terrence McNally with a score by David Yazbek. Performances begin October 30. Ticket prices range from $4.50 to $10 and can be purchased by calling 274-3224 or visiting The Full Monty contains nudity and adult language. It is not suitable for persons younger than 13 years of age.

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The exhibition How We Look: Images of Aging will open at the Handwerker Gallery on Thursday, October 25.

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Signal Trouble: Works by Sharon Hayes, Paul Swenbeck, and Marian Zhunin will open at the Handwerker Gallery on Thursday, October 25.

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Studying Abroad Next Semester?

Contributed by Astrid Jirka on 10/24/2007 

If you are planning on studying abroad next semester on an affiliated or non-affiliated program, be sure to set up an appointment with the Office of International Programs by November 10 in order to take care of some necessary paperwork.

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Join us as we wrap up Disability Awareness Month 2007 with the spooky tale Brindlebeast and Other Stories, presented by the Little Theatre of the Deaf.

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Faculty violist Debra Moree and pianist Jennifer Hayghe will present a free recital on Sunday, October 28, at 4:00 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music. Music of Percy Grainger, George Rochberg, and Georges Enescu is on the program.

Cancer is WAC - WeeK Against Cancer

Contributed by Daniel Wald on 10/24/2007 

Cancer Is Wac (Week Against Cancer)!

  • Tabling all week with our new T-shirts: "Save Second Base, and I"
  • Breast Cancer Info Extravaganza, Thursday, October 25, 7:00 p.m., Friends 309. Male breast cancer survivor speaker, free food, brochures, and info galore!
  • Killer Cruise/IC After Dark/CAC/SAB collaboration: 9:00 p.m.-midnight in IC Square. Pop pumpkin tumors and win a chance at free prizes!

Colleges Against Cancer: Next meeting, October 29 at 7:00 p.m. in Williams 225. Contact for more info.

London Center director Bill Sheasgreen will be in town this weekend.

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Faculty, staff, and students are strongly encouraged to sign up for the College's new Emergency Notification System (ENS) prior to the test of the system that will take place beginning at noon this Thursday, October 25. The ENS uses voice, e-mail, and text messaging to provide time-sensitive information and details on appropriate responses during critical situations.

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