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Contributed by Jessica LeMore on 04/25/2014
The campus community is invited to attend public presentations by the candidates for the Manager of Student Disability Services position.
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Contributed by Anastasia Mazur on 04/25/2014
As finals approach why not take some time out of your day to relax? Coloring club provides the perfect outlet for just that!
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IC Theatre will present the classic play, “The Crucible,” by Arthur Miller. Only four performances of this production remain: 8 p.m. on 25 and 26 and 2 p.m. on April 26 and 27.
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The Office of Facilities Purchasing department is offering for sale on a sealed bid basis surplus items released from Dining Services and Facilities Maintenance departments.
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Contributed by Rob Gearhart on 04/24/2014
CIT 2014 – the SUNY Conference on Instruction & Technology – will be at Cornell University May 27-30. Ithaca College will pay the registration fees for any full-time continuing IC faculty who REGISTER BY MAY 11th (staff may also be eligible).
This year's theme is: "Objects in the Mirror are Closer than they Appear: Reflection, innovation, and Learning." For more information about the conference and sessions visit the CIT 2014 website.
Registration is now open, but you must contact Rob Gearhart (email@example.com or 4-1909) for instructions BEFORE REGISTERING.
¿Te gusta trabajar con niños?
¡Únete a SALTAR (Spanish Language Through the Arts and Recreation)!
As part of a one-credit class, Spanish 301, we work with local elementary school teachers to bring Spanish to children. No teaching experience necessary.
*Register for Spanish 301 and request "instructor permission" on the on-line override form.
Favor de comunicarse con Annette Levine: firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing professors Jerry Mirskin and Jack Wang will read from their original work.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 04/23/2014
Join a focus group and share your thoughts about being a more sustainable tenant as you think about moving off-campus in the future. This focus group workshop event will take place from noon to 1pm on Thursday, April 24th in the Klingenstein Lounge in the Campus Center. Free lunch will be served. This focus group event is free. Walkins are welcome, but only those who already pre-registered will be entered to win door prizes; you must be present to win.
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Contributed by Michele Lenhart on 04/22/2014
The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs (OSEMA) is now hiring two Student Leadership Consultants (SLCs) for Summer 2014.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 04/22/2014
The Sustainability Café on Monday, April 28 will feature Dr. David Turkon presenting "Sustainability and Community Development: Lessons from Southern Africa". The Café will be held in Center for Natural Sciences Room 112 at 4:00PM, in conjunction with the Environmental Seminar. The Spring 2014 Sustainability Café/Environmental Seminar series is focused on the concept of Campus Sustainability: Hiding in Plain Sight.
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Did you know that an Israeli company pioneered the use of drip irrigation in agriculture?
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Contributed by Mary Bentley on 04/21/2014
This is the third of our lecture series, and is the first to explore alternatives to antibiotic use in farm animals. Look for the cow posters!
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Ithaca College Theatre will present a pre-show discussion with special guest Vivian Bruce Conger, Associate Professor at Ithaca College Department of History. The informational session, entitled "The Meaning of a Witch" will provide a critical and valuable historical look into the society of Salem, Massachusetts during the witch trials of 1692. The event is free and open to the public. It will begin at 12:45pm in Dillingham Studio 2, preceding the 2pm performance of "The Crucible" on Sunday, April 27th. We hope you will join us for this exciting discussion.
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Want to see amazing feats of the human body? Want to get a glimpse into the real upstate Hip Hop Community. Break IC is for you.
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Contributed by Brendan Murday on 04/20/2014
The Philosophy Club will meet on Tuesday April 22nd, 7-8pm in Rothschild Place 147. [For those unfamiliar, the building is next to the Communications building.] All are welcome to come and join the conversation!
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Performances of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" begin Tuesday, April 22nd. Watch this video to prepare to see IC Theatre's staging of this essential American story. Tickets may be purchased by calling (607) 274-3224 or visiting the Dillingham ticket office from noon to 5pm or beginning one hour before showtime.
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Ithaca College Theatre students are joining with Ithaca High School students for a day of theatre exploration and learning via Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” on Thursday April 24 at Ithaca High School.
The day will consist of nine workshops pertaining to different elements and themes in Arthur Miller’s classic play. All juniors at Ithaca High School will be attending a student performance of “The Crucible” on April 25th at 10am, and the workshops are a way of educating the students about the play using methods other than literature and lecture. “The workshops allow students to turn their knowledge into action”, says Katlyn Rapini ’14, coordinator of the program.
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Contributed by Jerry Mirskin on 04/17/2014
Jerry Mirskin's collection, Crepuscular Non Driveway, has been released by Mammoth Books.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 04/16/2014
Ithaca College will host a screening of the film “Money & Life” on Wednesday, April 16 at 7pm in Textor 101. “Money & Life” is an inspirational documentary that asks a provocative question: can we see the economic crisis not as a disaster, but as a tremendous opportunity? This film connects the dots on our current economic pains and offers a new story of money based on an emerging paradigm of planetary well-being that understands all of life as profoundly interconnected. “Money & Life” invites us to meet the challenge of our time: to participate in the great transition to a sustainable, equitable and restorative economy that meets the needs and realities of the 21st century.
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Contributed by Nikki Lynn on 04/16/2014
Last chance to reserve your copy!
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