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LEAD YOURSELF.

Contributed by Garrett Downing on 12/07/2015 

Leadership Weekend is a two-day retreat that brings together students from a variety of roles on campus to learn from each other and discover new ways to demonstrate leadership. Participants attend a series of leadership development sessions that focus on team-building and further developing individual leadership skills and understandings.

This is also an opportunity to earn 3 Leading Self credits for the Student Leadership Institute (SLI)!

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 Want to have a fun night AND help the senior class produce an awesome event? 

 

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While many of us are coming back with full bellies from Thanksgiving, families across the Southern Tier still go hungry every day. Our “Season’s Eatings!” Food and Fund Drive is in full swing, so now’s your chance to help feed those in need!

 

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Make your voice heard in drafting the Student Bill of Rights with Student Body President Dominick Recckio.

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SGA seeks student input on their shared governance model before the model is put forward to the committee that creates suggests the Shared Governance model for the college to the Board of Trustees in the Spring.

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Engage with us in a conversation about what you value in a leader and a college President! 

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Exhibiting artist Sarah Gotowka will host a public workshop with natural dyes in the Handwerker Gallery on Wednesday, December 9, from 11am-1 pm. Drop-ins welcome! Gotowka collaborated with the IC Gardens and Dana Summer Fellow Vin Manta '17 to plant several natural pigment plants over the summer of 2015, the plants of which were harvested with the help of classes from the ICSM program. Dyes include colors derived from Marigold, Indigo, Cosmos, Correopsis, and Hopi Sunflower. All materials supplied the gallery. Participants are welcome to bring in small clean natural-fiber (cotton, wool, linen, flax) objects of clothing/apparel to dye, but should remember to bring plastic bags as well! 

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Sad News from the School of Business

Contributed by David Maley on 12/06/2015 

Posted on behalf of School of Business Dean Sean Reid and Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Management Susan Rosenthal

It is with a profound sense of sadness that we announce the sudden passing on Saturday of our dear friend and colleague, longtime associate professor Don Lifton. Ithaca College, the School of Business, the Department of Management, and our students have all suffered a great loss.

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Stressed out for finals?

Come take a quick study break with IC International Club on Wednesday, December 9th at 7 pm (place TBA). 

We will have cookies, milk, and tea. Also, please BYOM (Bring Your Own Mug).

 

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Please stop by our blood drive in the Fitness center to donate blood on Thursday December 10.  Stop by the sign up table in Campus Center on Monday between 10 and 3 to  make an appointment. Whole blood donation every 15 minutes and  Double Red Donations 3 every hour and Two every half hour.

Help our community and do something nice for someone this Christmas by donating blood, only takes an hour of your time.

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Musical Theatre Workshop: Repertoire & Style invites you to our final performance of the semester, “Rep & Style’s Greatest Hits.”

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 Tuesday the Catholic Community will be holding two special Masses for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Tuesday at 8:10AM and 5:10PM everyone is invited to Muller Chapel for the celebration.

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On the Verge's production of TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE will feature a cast of faculty members (Catherine Weidner and Greg Bostwick, Theatre Arts; Dan Breen, Paul Hansom and Michael Twomey, English); students (Will Champion, Anastasia Remoundos, Jelani Pitcher, Jordan Friend, Morgan Blanchard, Nicholas Byron, Alexandra Nicopoulos, Michael Trimm, Madeleine Stengel); and a local professional actor (Jacob White). It was directed by Claire Gleitman (English) and assistant directed by Danica Kelley.

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Killam Fellowship for Study in Canada

Contributed by Hugh Egan on 12/06/2015 

 The deadline for applying for the Killam Undergraduate Fellowship, which supports semester- and year-long study at a wide range of Canadian universities, is fast upon us.

 

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Water Bottle Mania

Contributed by Nicole Pouy on 12/06/2015 

Disposable water bottles? No thank you! Come join The IC Environmental Society at our event Wednesday Dec. 9th from 11-2 in the foyer outside Emerson Suites. Learn why disposable bottles are bad and decorate your own reusable bottles!

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Just a reminder that you are cordially invited to celebrate the accomplishments of our December 2015 graduates at a dessert reception on Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Emerson Suites of Phillips Hall. 

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SGA seeks student input on their shared governance model before the model is put forward to the committee that creates suggests the Shared Governance model for the college to the Board of Trustees in the Spring.    

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Engage with us in a conversation about what you value in a leader and a college President! 

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Make your voice heard in drafting the Student Bill of Rights with Student Body President Dominick Recckio.

 

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Students taking Spanish at IC are invited to take advantage of tutoring. Sessions are led by students with facility in the language, and the aim will always be to make language learning fun and truly meaningful.

When and Where:

  • Sunday: 7:00-8:00 pm, Language & Cultural Exchange Cooperative (LCEC, Job 209)
  • Monday: 7:00-8:00 pm, Language & Cultural Exchange Cooperative (LCEC, Job 209)

Please note: In order to get into the LCEC, you must go to the 2nd floor of Job and, at at the top of the stairs, turn left and go through the double glass doors. The room will be to your left once you go through the glass doors. If the LCEC door is shut, please knock!

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