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The Office of Marketing Communications invites you to attend upcoming workshops to learn how to use the College photo database and implement the graphic standards.

Using the Photo Database, presented by Jill Ahart
Tuesday, February 13, 11:00 a.m.-noon
Friends 110 Technology Classroom

Using the Graphic Standards Toolkit, presented by Peter Kilcoyne
Wednesday, February 14, 11:00 a.m.-noon
Friends 110 Technology Classroom

To register, send your name, department, and on-campus phone number to with "Workshop Registration" in the subject line. Space is limited, so please register early! Participants will receive an e-mail confirmation of their registration. Check Intercom for further workshops throughout the semester.

Biology Seminar: February 15

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 02/07/2007 

Peter Piermarini, Cornell University
"Cellular mechanisms of ion regulation: From fish to fish food"

February 15
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

Everyone is welcome to attend!

Refreshments beforehand* (3:45-4:00pm) in first floor lobby
*Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reuse, reduce, recycle!

The Park School of Communications invites the public to a screening of current, award-winning Korean independent short films in support of a research project by three Sungunkwan University students from Seoul, South Korea. An open discussion of the films will follow the screening. The event is free and open to the public.

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Bruce Thompson (Physics)and members of the Bioacoustics Laboratory at Cornell have received a grant of $39,000 from the International Fund for Animal Welfare.

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Win a Dorm Room Makeover!

Contributed by Julie Whitten on 02/07/2007 

Have you ever wished you could remake your dorm room without spending an absurd amount of money?

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Current, award-winning Korean independent short films being shown at Ithaca College on Feb. 10th. Free admission.

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Talent Auditions

Contributed by Cornell Woodson on 02/07/2007 

Talent Auditions for Fashion Show!

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Join IC’s newest and most lively living and learning community
Salsa on Sundays
Spanish language films on Thursdays
Mesa española on Tuesdays
and great community all week long!!!

Vecinos is accepting applications for the ’07-’08 academic year

Applications are available at the Office of Residential Life.

For more information, please contact Annette Levine:

"Sustainability Begins at Home: Using Less Energy in Our Houses and Vehicles" is the topic to be explored by Dr. Beth Parks from the Department of Physics at Colgate University. This presentation will be held on Wednesday, February 7th, at 3:00PM in the Center for Natural Sciences 204.

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Soprano Carol McAmis, a professor of voice at the Ithaca College School of Music, will present a free recital on Sunday, February 11 at 4pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. Pianist Diane Birr will collaborate on the program, which includes the “Hermit Songs” composed by Samuel Barber, “Twelve Poems of Emily Dickenson,” by Aaron Copland, and music by Hildegard von Bingen and Ralph Vaughan Williams.

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Violinist Byron Wallis will present a free recital of music for solo violin without accompaniment on February 10 at 8:15 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. The program includes J. S. Bach’s Partita in b minor, Béla Bartok’s Sonata for solo violin, and Eugene Ysaye’s “Ballade.”

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On Wednesday, January 31, 2007 Ithaca College Dining Services hosted the IC Food Frenzy at Emerson Suites.

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On Thursday, February 8 “Hayavadana” by Girish Karnadwill be read at the Handwerker Gallery by members of the theater and English departments.

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Recognizing and responding to a student in distress can be alarming. Knowing what to do, who can help and when to refer can lessen any apprehensions you might experience.

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Have you always wanted to go to London, but didn't think you could spare a full semester? Consider applying to the London Center summer program! You can choose from two six-week, six-credit options: an internship or two courses.

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Are you thinking about studying abroad in an Asian country? Consider applying for a Freeman-Asia Award! Freeman-ASIA is an organization that offers awards of up to $7,000 to U.S. students needing financial support to study abroad in East/Southeast Asia.

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The Spring 2007 workshop schedule is up and running! The ITS Workshop Program can help you learn new computer skills or brush up on programs you already know.

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If you are interested in any of these residential learning communities, it is time NOW to apply! Applications are due Monday, February 12 by 5:00 PM to the Office of Residential Life in the East Tower. Questions can be directed to

On Thursday, February 8 Girish Karnad’s “Hayavadana” will be read at the Handwerker Gallery by members of the Theatre and English Departments.

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Still don't have plans for Spring Break? Sign up for Alternative Spring Break. Join an awesome group of students in Warm Springs, Virginia build 1.5 miles of trail and remove invasive species. We need motivated individuals interested in having fun, working hard and getting dirty. There are a few more spots available on this trip. If you are interested or have any questions please contact Natalie Sorkin at

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