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Premium Blend Auditions!

Contributed by Erin Shults on 08/29/2009 

Tired of singing in your hairbrush?  See how a REAL microphone feels!  Come sign up for your audition spot for Premium Blend!

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Academic Enrichment Services is giving away 50 AES Welcome Packs for First Year Students.  Each giftpack contains valuable treats and items to enhance your adjustment to the collegiate experience!  Some gift bags more valuable than others - you pick based on the luck of the draw.


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All of the SLI sessions for fall 2009, Block I, are now posted -- please register early for the sessions that you plan to attend!

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Katalin (Kati) Lustyik, assistant professor in the Department of Television-Radio, was interviewed on Connecticut Public Broadcasting's radio show, Where We Live: The ABCs of Kid's TV, for her research related to children's television and globalization.

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Whether you're going camping with your friends, boating on the lake, or doing any number of the many other outdoor recreation activities that beautiful Ithaca has to offer, the Outdoor Recreation Equipment Center (OREC) is the place for fast, affordable equipment rentals on campus.

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The C-SPAN Civics Bus will roll into Ithaca on Tuesday, September 1, making stops on the Ithaca College campus and at the Tompkins County Public Library. The 45-foot mobile, multimedia demonstration center and TV production unit is currently on a cross-country tour of colleges and universities, libraries, state capitals, and other community venues to share C-SPAN's education and civic resources. 

The bus will be parked behind the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and at the Tompkins County Public Library at 101 East Green Street from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

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Temporary Parking Lot Changes

Contributed by Laura Durling on 08/28/2009 

Due to construction projects across campus, the following temporary changes to the parking lots have been made. 

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With the official retirement of Vicki Cameron, it brings us great pleasure to announce the arrival of our newest faculty member, Maki Inada.  Maki is a molecular biologist who is interested in understanding how genes are turned on and off.  She has been studying an unusual mechanism of gene regulation that is associated with some of the most highly conserved or preserved regions in the human genome among vertebrates. She uses both experimental and computational methods to dissect the molecular details of this mode of gene regulation.  This work was published in 2007 in Nature.

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Need to get healthier?? Want to feel better about yourself and take a more active role in your health? If your answer is yes, sign up today! 

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A Message From the Student Government Association Vice President Of Business & Finance:

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Having a meal plan can make life easier. Not only will a meal plan ensure you varied and nutritional meals, but it is also convenient, flexible, and economical. 

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Dates for Fall Break

Contributed by Brian Scholten on 08/28/2009 

There is a misprint in the "Academic Calendar" section, page 3 of the 2009-10 Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog.

Fall break is incorrectly listed as beginning on Thursday, October 15, at 10:00 p.m.; it actually begins at 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 14. Fall break still ends on Sunday, October 18. Please take note of this correction. Thank you.

Ithaca College in the Media

Contributed by Anonymous on 08/28/2009 

Don Beachler sat down with WHCU to discuss the career of Senator Ted Kennedy and what may happen next in the debate over health care.

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The Linda Warren Gallery in Chicago is proud to kick off the fall art season with a three-person exhibition featuring Stanley Lewis, Don Southard, and assistant professor of art Jeremy Long in "Painters Painting."

These three like-minded artists and teachers, spanning three decades in age, grapple with similar concerns, challenging themselves in subject matter in an effort to create works that are original, inventive, and sympathetic to the tradition of painting.

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Help us decide which episodes we'll show during the Twilight Zone marathon, as part of the Rod Serling Conference in October.

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Steven L Youngentob
SUNY Upstate Medical University

"Fetal Ethanol Experience and Chemosensory Plasticity:  Its Contribution to Adolescent Alcohol Abuse"

Thursday, September 3
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

A reception will take place before the lecture, from 3:45 to 4:00 p.m. in the first-floor lobby. Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reduce, reuse, recycle.

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The Future of VHS

Contributed by Mark Hine on 08/28/2009 

The VHS format has served us well but, over the past decade, has been replaced by DVD and digital media. The popularity of the later coupled with decreased demand has lead to the universal discontinuation of VHS media and VHS player manufacturing. While VHS players and recorders will remain on the market, the current supply is projected to be exhausted soon. Parts and replacement equipment for VHS machines will be harder to acquire. Quality blank VHS media will soon be difficult to procure.

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The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will host a double feature on Thursday, September 3, in Textor 101. Two films will be screened: Sex and the Sandinistas at 7:00 p.m. and Gay Cuba at 7:30 p.m.

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Do you ever wish you had more confidence? Are there times when you feel stressed about talking to large groups? Have you ever wanted help preparing for a speech?  

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H1N1 influenza continues to cause illness -- generally mild -- locally and throughout the world.

Its persistence is cause for concern, but not alarm. The latest public health information is available from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

CDC: 2009 H1N1 Flu Situation Update
CDC: H1N1 Flu Resources for Child Care Programs, Schools, Colleges, and Universities

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