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Contributed by Yolanda Clarke on 10/22/2008
An Academic Awards Banquet in Your Honor
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From October 30 to November 1, the Jostens representative will be at the Bookstore from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day to sell class rings. Order now for pre-holiday delivery!
Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) History Month is almost over. The final videos highlighting different historical figures will air on the LGBT Center website in the coming days.
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Contributed by Scott Flickinger on 10/21/2008
It's time to get your teams in for Block II!
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Join Us in Emerson Suites for some FREE music by Pete & J!
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Colleges Against Cancer is hosting its "Kick It for Cancer" kickball tournament this Friday, October 24, on the practice football fields from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
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Contributed by Lindsey Stafford on 10/21/2008
IC After Dark and Colleges Against Cancer are looking for volunteers for their next event, the Treacherous Terror Tour.
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Contributed by Milagros Hernandez on 10/21/2008
Please note that a section of U lot will be reserved for trustees and special guests attending the board of trustees meetings on Thursday and Friday, October 23-24.
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The first and only IC Debate took place on Monday, October 20, in IC Square. At this event, six students who represented their political party and their presidential candidate answered debate questions presented live from the moderator and the audience.
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Contributed by Rachel Gould on 10/21/2008
Bill Sheasgreen, director of Ithaca College's London Center, will be on campus October 24-28. The Office of International Programs will host a "coffee talk" reception to welcome him on Friday, October 24, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the ground floor lounge of the Center for Health Sciences. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend.
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Contributed by Suki S. Montgomery Hall on 10/21/2008
Have you wanted to learn more about how to help a student in distress and be able to help if there were a campus-wide crisis?
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Contributed by Victoria Jordan on 10/21/2008
Part of a panel on anti-racist reproductive justice involving both activists and scholars, Paula Ioanide presented a paper entitled "Post-Civil Rights Nativism: Anti-Immigrant Housing Ordinances, Overpopulation Discourses, and the Centrality of Reproductive Politics" on Saturday, October 18.
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Contributed by Tina Bennett on 10/21/2008
The Department of Economics was well represented at the 61st meeting of the New York State Economics Association. William Kolberg is the current president of the association and he arranged the meetings held on our campus on October 11.
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Contributed by Rosalie Fitzgerald on 10/21/2008
Tom Shevory and Patricia Zimmermann, codirectors of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), were invited speakers at Amherst College on October 16. They facilitated a "brainjam" with faculty and students on the concept of "the environment."
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Contributed by Hugh Egan on 10/21/2008
Katharine Kittredge, associate professor of English, published an article in the national journal Eighteenth-Century Fiction.
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Contributed by Judy Smith on 10/21/2008
Professor Barney Beins, chair of the Department of Psychology, gave an invited presentation at the Education Leadership Conference, which was sponsored by the American Psychological Association (APA) in Washington, D.C.
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Contributed by Catherine Gordon on 10/21/2008
This week, at the State Society for Aging of New York's annual conference, Catherine Gordon will present a study, entitled "Participation in Creative Occupations: Patterns and Relationship to Perceived Health Status among Older Adults." The study, in which 50 older adults in Tompkins County were interviewed, was carried out by Gordon and a graduate student research team earlier this year.
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Contributed by Marilyn Dispensa on 10/21/2008
This new ITS workshop is an introduction to the world of delivering audio and video via the Internet. Considerations include tools, technical requirements, pedagogy, and a hands-on demonstration.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 10/21/2008
Come learn what is sustainable on our campus and in our community on Wednesday, October 22, in and around the Campus Center. Throughout the day, from 10:00 a.m. through 9:30 p.m., there will be demonstrations, displays and interactive activities galore, free food, entertainment, and even door prizes! Plan to stop in and check it out!
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Contributed by April Johanns on 10/21/2008
Exposé: America's Investigative Reports is an award-winning PBS documentary series that gives a prime-time spotlight to some of the most important investigative journalism in America. The Park School of Communications will screen an Emmy-nominated episode, "In A Small Town," on Tuesday, October 28, follwed by a Q&A session with executive producer Tom Casciato and senior producer Scott Davis.
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