intercom home  |  advanced search  |  about intercom  |  alerts  |  faq  |  help  |  rss  

user functions

Log into intercom now

Current Ithaca College community members may contribute stories and comments as well as view additional topics by logging in.

Reset My Password



Sign up to receive a summary of Intercom headlines via e-mail three times a week.

Earth Week 2007 is less than one week away! The series of events planned for the week by the Ithaca College Environmental Society (ICES) will be kicked off with a keynote address by alternative fuels expert and author Joshua Tickell on Monday, April 16, at 7:00 p.m. in Emerson Suites A and B at Ithaca College.

Read more . . . (110 words)

Shawn McGuffey, an award-winning sociology professor at Boston College, will speak about gender, race, and child sexual abuse. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Dr McGuffey's talk is part of the Sociology Department's ongoing public sociology initiative.

Read more . . . (175 words)

Marimbist Gordon Stout will give a free recital joined by recent Ithaca College marimbist Isabelle Huang and faculty soprano Patrice Pastore at 8:15 p.m. Sunday, April 15 in the Hockett Family Recital Hall at Ithaca College. The short program includes two works by John Thrower: “Just One World” and “Love Songs” from the ballet “Book of Dreams.”

The Ithaca College Jazz program will present two free concerts: The Tuesday-Thursday Jazz Band performs with guest vocal soloist Giacomo Gates on Friday, April 13, and the Wednesday Jazz Band welcomes Emily Wilkins and Ellen Quinn as vocal soloists on Thursday, April 19. Both concerts begin at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall under the direction of Steve Brown. The Vocal Jazz Ensemble under Lauri Robinson-Keegan’s direction will make a guest appearance on the April 13 concert as well.

Read more . . . (226 words)

Mark Decarlo, PT, MHA, SCS, ATC will be giving a lecture Monday, April 16th 2007 at 6:30 pm in Textor 102: "Evidence Based Rehabilitation Following ACL Reconstruction: A 20 Year Perspective." Light refreshments will be served. This is open to the campus community.

Dr. Robert Westley will speak on campus Friday, April 13, 2007.

Read more . . . (85 words)

ICAMA Wing Fling

Contributed by Scott Erickson on 04/10/2007 

ICAMA Annual Wing Fling takes place Thursday, 4/12.

Read more . . . (61 words)

Chemistry Club Adopts an Acre of Rainforest

Using proceeds from fundraising projects, the Chemistry Club donated money to the Nature Conservancy in order to protect and restore threatened tropical rainforest land in Rift Valley, Kenya and Tanzania. To learn more about the "Adopt and Acre" program, please visit: _

As a reminder, the applications for the William Scoones and Rashad Richardson awards are due Friday, April 13th, by 12noon to the Center for Student Leadership & Involvement main office - 319 Egbert Hall. For an application packet, visit and click on the Forms link on the left side of the page.

Using proceeds from fund-raising projects, the Chemistry Club donated money to the Nature Conservancy to protect and restore threatened tropical rain forest land in Rift Valley, located in Kenya and Tanzania.

Read more . . . (15 words)

The Ithaca College Athletic Department is hosting Girls and Women in Sports Day on Sunday, April 15th.

Read more . . . (165 words)

Mark Madness!

Contributed by Jackie Wandell on 04/10/2007 

The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is hosting the second annual Mark Alderman remembrance activity on April 29, 2007.

Read more . . . (190 words)

On Thursday, April 12th, the On the Verge reading series will present a reading of Tom Stoppard's play, ARCADIA, with a cast of students and faculty members.

Read more . . . (99 words)

Joyful memories of friends, family and loved ones who have taken their lives by suicide can simultaneously coexist with the painful memories of those relationships, and yet opportunities to talk about those pleasant memories and our process of grief are few.

Read more . . . (194 words)

"Memory, History, Testimony: The Argentine Case"

Nora Strejilevich, author, scholar, and survivor of the Argentine Dirty War (1976-83), was a young woman when her brother and other family members and friends disappeared at the hands of the military junta.

Read more . . . (136 words)

Everyone is invited to attend a free screening of the award-winning documentary "Darfur Diaries: Message from Home," which will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers themselves.

The screening will be held in the Park Auditorium on Thursday April, 19 at 7pm.

Read more . . . (208 words)

Sergeant/Investigator Thomas Dunn was selected by the Office of Public Safety as the Ithaca Kiwanis Club Officer of the Month for April. A luncheon honoring Tom for this accomplishment was held April 9 at Kendal of Ithaca.

Read more . . . (287 words)

Summer Student Employment

Contributed by Denise Duve' on 04/09/2007 

The Bookstore is accepting applications for summer student employment.

Read more . . . (32 words)

The University of Connecticut has invited professor and athletic trainer Kent Scriber as a Distinguished Faculty Speaker. Professor Scriber's primary topic is "Practical Clinical Education: Bridging the Gap Between Clinical and Academic for Entry-Level Athletic Training Education."

Senior Class Sets Lofty Goal

Contributed by Mark Dixon on 04/09/2007 

Submitted on behalf of Lynne Pierce

Last year, the class of 2006 raised the largest senior class gift in Ithaca College history, contributing $54,000 (including a $25,000 match from the Fred L. Emerson Foundation). Not to be bested, the class of 2007 has set an even higher goal, hoping to raise a total of $57,000, including $25,000 to name a space in the new athletics and events center, $25,000 in matching funds from the Atlantic Philanthropies, and an additional $7,000 for other uses.

Read more . . . (192 words)

recent stories

News and Notices

Lectures and Presentations

Arts and Performances

Learning Opportunities

News for Faculty

News for Students

Student Organizations

HR News