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Is your family in need of some cabin-fever relief? Then don't forget to stop by the Family Carnival on Friday evening in the Fitness Center! It's inexpensive, fun, stuff for all ages - and it's for a good cause! Proceeds from the event will go to the Tompkins Community Action Playground build and the IC Hope Relay For Life team!

5:30 to 8:30pm in the Fitness Center! See you there! Adults - $4, Kids - $3, Family/Group 5 or more - $15 (all inclusive price - no add'l fees once inside, except for food)

Do you have a passion for fitness? Have you ever thought how fun it would be to teach a class?

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Peter Silberman, assistant professor of music theory, has had an article published in the Horn Call, the journal of the International Horn Society.

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Counseling Center staff members are available to help if you need support or resources in dealing with recent tragic events.

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Do you find yourself wishing you were in the isles of Greece right about now? Here is the next best thing.

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But Baby It's Cold Outside ...

Contributed by Anne Woodard on 02/20/2008 

BRRRRRRRRRR! Cold enough for you this week? Your friends in Student Financial Services (formerly the Offices of Bursar and Financial Aid) are looking out for your best interests! Just look at some of the great items we are featuring at the sixth annual Bursar's Benefit Auction this year. Bursar's Benefit Auction? That's HOT!

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The Ithaca College Bookstore is proud to announce that we are offering professional dry cleaning and laundry services. We have partnered with Angelo's Dry Cleaning -- the ONLY non-toxic dry cleaner in Tompkins County -- to offer this service to students, faculty, and staff.

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Walk Now for Autism

Contributed by Annette Harris on 02/20/2008 

The Autism Speaks “Walk Now for Autism” fundraising walk will be held in Rochester, NY on Saturday, Sept. 20th, 2008. Autism is the fasting-growing serious development disability and there is currently no medical detection or cure for it.

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Over the past few months Ithaca College physical therapy graduate students have really been expanding their horizons within the realm of physical therapy!

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Custom-Engraved Flash Drives

Contributed by Art Gilmore on 02/20/2008 

Custom-engraved flash drives are now available at the Ithaca College Bookstore!

Are you looking to provide custom-engraved flash drives for your department, organization, or next event? Contact Rick or Art at the Ithaca College Bookstore for your custom quote. Drives can be ordered in quantities as low as 20 pieces.

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While in Los Angeles meeting with alumni last week, I learned about the terrible shootings at Northern Illinois University. Like everyone else, I was shocked and dismayed. Since returning this Monday I have met with many of the people responsible for the safety of our campus community. Incidents such as the NIU tragedy remind us that we can never stop looking for ways to improve campus security; that we can never review our procedures and policies enough to ensure they are as strong as they can be in protecting our students, faculty, and staff.

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Now through Friday, February 29, 2008:

The Ithaca College Bookstore is pleased to announce a winter clearance sale. Take an additional 25 percent off already reduced prices on all clearance items in the store. Merchandise will not last, so stop in early to get the best selection!

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More Recyclemania

Contributed by Mark Darling on 02/20/2008 

How did Ithaca do in week two? Not bad, but there's still a lot of room for improvement!

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Stephen Tropiano, director of the Ithaca College Los Angeles Program, has been appointed to the executive committee of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences by committee chairman and CEO John Schaffner.

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Park Shirts on Sale MONDAY!

Contributed by Chelsea Theis on 02/20/2008 

Lambda Pi Eta is proud to present Park T-shirts with logo created by design contest winner Fred Kennedy!

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The Ithaca College Bureau of Concerts is pleased to present Keller Williams and the WMDs on Saturday, March 1, at the historic State Theatre of downtown Ithaca ... tickets on sale NOW!

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Come play Tchoukball with the HPPE Majors Club. Don't know how to play? We're education majors! We'll teach you!!

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Apply for one of the most important student leadership positions on campus!

The position of student trustee is becoming available for the 2008-2010 academic years. The position is one of the most important as well as most challenging student leadership roles on campus.

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Congratulations to Monica Lesslie BS '07, MS '08! Monica has been named one of two 2008 recipients of the New York New Jersey Physical Therapy Clinical Education Consortium's Anne-Marie Sirois Scholarship.

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The colloquium series, a noon-time Thursday series of talks by college scholars, features work with an international focus. The topic of the next colloquium is "The Anti-Colonial Classroom: Pedagogical Strategies for Including Anti-Colonial Texts in the Course." Anjali Nerlekar and Laurel Tucker, assistant professors of English, and Jonathan Ablard and Jason Freitag, assistant professors of history, who comprise the Colloquium for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, present their recent work. The presentation is Thursday, February 28, 12:10-1:00 pm, Cayuga Lake room of the Campus Center.

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