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Have you worked hard on your academics, but maybe not so much on what you'll be doing after graduation? Career Services can help.

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Are you staying in Ithaca for the summer? Are you looking for a totally cool writing job?

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The main ITS public labs follow the regular academic schedule with a few additional hours at the end of the semester, as listed below. During the summer, all labs are closed, except Friends 110 which follows a special schedule.

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As the semester draws to a close, take advantage of the Office 2007 Overview workshops offered by Information Technology Services (ITS).

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Instructional Graphics Services (IGS) will have limited office hours during Finals Week and be available by appointment only during the summer.

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Please visit the Legacy of Service website to see a list of departments and organizations that participated in the Presents for Peggy program.

Also, check out the event photo gallery.

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Recently the following participated in faculty-student conferences. (Students are italicized; faculty are in bold.)

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The Park School of Communications will host a number of student exhibitions, screening, and presentations to highlight work from the spring semester. All events are open to the public.

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Tips for Proper E-mail Usage

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Representatives of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines (RCCL) will be on campus Wednesday, May 7.

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Submitted on behalf of President Peggy R. Williams.

I deeply regret that I must inform the campus community of the tragic loss of one of our students. This morning searchers found the body of freshman student William Jacobson in the Farm Road Pond on campus.

The Ithaca Police Department and other agencies continue to investigate this incident, and more information from them will be forthcoming.

These have been difficult days for the family, the students, and all of the Ithaca College community. We all grieve the loss of this bright young man -- an incredibly talented student with many close friends and so much potential. The loss of a student who had so much to contribute becomes a loss, not just for the campus community but for all who knew him.

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Our annual faculty institute on teaching and learning will be two days this year, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 20-21. Each of the four sessions will help us use what we already do in terms of building stronger courses, integrating sustainability, and becoming scholars of teaching.

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"Title This," a student photography exhibition, will be on display May 1-4 in downtown Ithaca. The exhibition features work from 17 seniors in the Park School of Communications' Photo Workshop course.

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Used Book Buyback at the Bookstore

Contributed by Art Gilmore on 04/30/2008 

Used textbook buyback starts Tuesday, May 6, and ends Monday, May 12.

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Learning by Design, the Lilly-East Conference on College and University Teaching, held April 17-18 at the University of Delaware, included five presentations by Ithaca College faculty members.

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Yom Hashoah

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 04/29/2008 

Holocaust Memorial Day
Thursday, May 1, 7:00 p.m.

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Career Services is pleased to congratulate senior Amanda Goldsmith, our 2008 "Passport to Your Future" grand prize winner!

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The ninth-ranked softball team will host this weekend's Empire 8 Championship Tournament at Kostrinsky Field. The winner of the double-elimination tournament will earn the league's automatic bid to the NCAA playoffs.

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The women's tennis team (13-5) will make its second straight appearance in the NCAA playoffs, beginning this weekend. The Bombers will compete in the five-team NCAA South Atlantic Regional at Carnegie Mellon and will face the host Tartans in a regional semifinal Saturday at a time to be determined.

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Please check the Fitness Center website for all of the changes in our hours as of Friday, May 9. They are also posted in the Fitness Center.

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