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The Campus Center & Event Services Office is a dynamic office that has a Summer Facility Scheduling / Business Coordinator Assistant position available for 2016.  If you are interested in a position that will enhance your resume, then this job is for you!!!

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Screening and Discussion with Rodrigo Bellott '01
Thursday, April 21
5p.m.
The Studio, Center Ithaca

Please join the Park School of Communications in our downtown studio for a screening with the producer Rodrigo Bellott '01 of his film We Are What We Are on Thursday, April 21st at 5pm.  There will be a Q&A and discussion with Rodrigo directly following the screening. 

Rodrigo is one of the Park School's Professional-in-Residence, a program which brings in communications professionals, scholars, and entrepreneurs who can provide a unique perspectives and mentoring to our students.  

 

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The Academic Advising Center will be meeting with students on a drop-in basis the week of April 18- 22.  

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Are you passionate about helping children around the world? If so, Food for Thought wants you for our new Social Media Director or Vice President of Outreach!

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The nature of people, events and the truth are explored with passion and wit in the Ithaca College Theatre’s production of “Arcadia,” the Olivier Award-winning drama written by acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard. Performances will be at the Hoerner Theatre in Dillingham Center on April 26, 28, 29 and 30 at 8 p.m., as well as 2 p.m. matinees on April 30 and May 1.

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Come to First Year Friday!

Contributed by Joelle Albertsman on 04/19/2016 

First Year Friday will be on April 22nd from 3-6 pm outside on the Fitness Quad.  

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 Are you interested in a summer position in Ithaca?  Campus Center & Event Services has a 30-35 hour / week position, Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:30 am - 5:00 pm.

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Do you live in any of the residence halls on campus or in the Garden Apartments? Well then you're invited to participate in the RHA Energy Challenge!

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Do you want to have a positive impact on first-year HSHP and Park students? 

We are searching for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors who would be interested in mentoring students for the incoming class of 2020. 

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Have any old Halloween costumes laying around that you don't know what to do with?

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Come to First Year Friday!

Contributed by Joelle Albertsman on 04/15/2016 

 First Year Friday will be on April 22nd from 3-6 pm outside on the Fitness Quad.  

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Due to inclement weather, the Pitch, Hit & Run event will be moved to Sunday April 17

The Department of Sport Management and Media will partner with the Ithaca Youth Bureau to hold a Pitch, Hit and Run competition for kids ages 7-14 at Cass Park on Sunday April 17 from 11:30AM-3:30PM.

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Want to be a part of history?

Contributed by Sara Kim on 04/15/2016 

Join the IC Asian American Alliance and the Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival April 15-17. Volunteers are needed for helping set-up, managing the welcome table, selling t-shirts and raffle tickets, providing guests with directions, working Asia Night, and helping clean-up.

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Are you interested in event planning and management?  Don't miss this amazing weekend mini-course opportunity to learn about it from some of the best, Park School Alum Barry Mendelson and his team from MEG, the Mendelson Entertainment Group:

  • Barry Mendelson - President and CEO MEG
  • Minnie Madden - Creative Director
  • Chuck Rounds - Production Manager
  • Cassie Collins - Director of Operations
  • Michael Barone - Fabricator/Scenic Design

Register at homerconnect.ithaca.edu.  This course is open to all students (and seats are still available!)

GCOM 29256 - Everybody Loves a Parade - April 15-17 (1 cr.)

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Want to be a part of history?

Contributed by Sara Kim on 04/13/2016 

Join the IC Asian American Alliance and the Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival April 15-17. Volunteers are needed for helping set-up, managing the welcome table, selling t-shirts and raffle tickets, providing guests with directions, working Asia Night, and helping clean-up.

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Art from different disciplines will be showcased at the final event in the triennial Peggy R. Williams Difficult Dialogues Series, which will take place in an informal setting in Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center, on Monday, April 18, open from from 6pm-9pm. Guests are encouraged to come and go as they like. 

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 For National Library Week (April 10-16th) we’re asking you to write and share haiku!

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Are you interested in event planning and management?  Don't miss this amazing weekend mini-course opportunity to learn about it from some of the best, Park School Alum Barry Mendelson and his team from MEG, the Mendelson Entertainment Group:

  • Barry Mendelson - President and CEO MEG
  • Minnie Madden - Creative Director
  • Chuck Rounds - Production Manager
  • Cassie Collins - Director of Operations
  • Michael Barone - Fabricator/Scenic Design

Register at homerconnect.ithaca.edu.  This course is open to all students (and seats are still available!)

GCOM 29256 - Everybody Loves a Parade - April 15-17 (1 cr.)

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All supervisors should plan on joining us in Emerson Suites on Wednesday, April 13th from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

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 "Forbidden love" carries a whole new meaning in this modern take of Romeo & Juliet. In this relevant twist, Romeo and Juliet are portrayed by females in a lesbian relationship. This production is put on by members of the Ithaca College Theatre Arts Department.

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