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The Hangar Theatre Great Charades Challenge is set for October 22. The hilarity begins at 6:30 PM. Guest competitors this year include Bob Moss and Lisa Bushlow. All proceeds go directly to the Hangar Theatre Educational Fund and are completely tax deductible. The cost of a ticket includes food from Agava and an open bar. An advance ticket costs $50. A ticket at the door costs $65. The Charades Challenge provides the most fun you will have before the snow flies. You guarantee the continued presence of the Hangar Theatre in our community by attending Hangar performances, programs, and events. See you at the Hangar. For advance tickets, go to: www.hangartheatre.org/events/Charades.html

Black Female Bodies Fetishized – Black Thought Devalued: Critical Womanist Perspectives within a Predominately White Institution. The presentation was well received in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Friday, September 30th as it incorporated original narrative research of Black female student-activists’ experience of sexual objectification, tokenization, degradation, and fetishization, while being intellectually devalued and silenced at a predominately White institution. In an effort to begin healing the trauma of White supremacist consumption of Blackness and to provide a space for decolonization, the presentation introduced the major themes that derived from a series of different focus group discussions, which we call Sister Circles, comprised of both collective and isolated groups of pre-adolescent school-age girls, college women, and adult women within researched communities.

Individuals who had stroke more than 6 months ago are needed for a study investigating the impact of physical therapy on walking and balance. Participants will be randomized to exercise in the water or on land using a treadmill 3 times per week for 4 weeks and will be compensated for their time. Please contact Sarah Fishel at sfishel@ithaca.edu for additional information. 

 

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On Tuesday, October 11, the U-Lot (Campus Center Lot) will be reserved parking for a breakfast event and closed to general use until 8:30 a.m.  At that time, it will re-open for normal use.  Individuals typically parking in this lot when they arrive at the start of the day will need to use other parking options on that date.  Individuals requiring access to the lot's handicapped spaces can continue to access those spaces during the lot closure by speaking with the attendant.

Saturday, October 29, 2016
7:00 p.m.
State Theatre of Ithaca
107 West State Street
Ithaca, NY 14850

 

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Please join us for a talk about The Ithaca College Integrated Outdoor Learning Environment and Naked-Eye Observatory with Professor Matthew Price, Ithaca College Department of Physics & Astronomy

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Interested in research? Students within the department will present on their summer research experiences of chemistry and biochemistry at Ithaca College and other research universities.

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Contributed on behalf of Terri A. Stewart, Director and Chief, Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management

Perhaps you’ve seen the Public Safety Satellite Office located in the lobby area of the Campus Center next to the Information Desk.  Near completion, the office will open later this semester.  Thank you to all who have completed the survey!  So far, majority reveals the popular hours of operation would be 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

There's still time for you to place your vote!  All it takes is a moment to provide your feedback on which four-hour blocks of time you believe will be the ideal operating times for staffing the satellite office. Please click here to vote! 

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IC International Club is looking for volunteers for Around the World on Monday, October 31st at IC Square/The Pub.

This is our annual event for students to showcase their culture, using specific items, photos, snacks, etc. to represent their country.

If you're interested in being a representative, please fill out the form below.

https://goo.gl/forms/EFtivJAPlOODPL6W2


Please sign-up by Sunday, October 16th.

 

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Contributed on behalf of Dr. Brian K. Dickens, Vice President for Human Resources

In an effort for provide greater communication, transparency and clarity surrounding the Diversity and Inclusion Staff Educational Requirement for this academic year, we would like take an opportunity to reconfirm the requirement and communicate process changes.

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IC International Club is looking for performers and MCs for the One World Concert on Friday, November 4th at Emerson Suites as part of Family Weekend.

This annual concert showcases and celebrates the different cultures represented at Ithaca College and Cornell through various musical and dancing acts.

Applications are open to all students, regardless of whether you're an international or domestic student.

If you're interested in performing, please fill out the form in the link.

https://goo.gl/forms/TQJz2WudvonbZmaq1

 

 

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Tuesday, October 18th from 8:00am through 12:00pm in Emerson Suites, Ithaca College will be holding our annual Point of Dispensing (POD) for all faculty, staff, and students to receive a free flu vaccination

 

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For two days of intensive discussion of on-going research projects, scholars from Germany, Austria, Greece, and the United States gathered at “The Politics and Polemics of Gender in Early American Theater” conference in Salzburg, Austria.  On Friday, Friday September 30, 2016, Conger presented her paper entitled “Deborah Read Franklin and Sally Franklin Bache: Intergenerational Cultural Performances of Politics."

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The Office of International Programs and the IC International Club are very excited about the upcoming 2016 International Education Week (IEW) from October 31–November 4! This week-long international festival features a whole set of exciting events and we look forward to seeing you there!

We are currently accepting submissions for our annual International Photo Exhibition Contest. Bring us your best photos (they must be your own photos/photos you took yourself). This contest is open to both international and domestic students. Students can submit photos they took at home, in the U.S. or from any other study abroad experiences (if you did any).

 

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Come join us at Spectrum's 4th Annual Pride Parade, as we celebrate our LGBTQIA+ community through a march around campus! 

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Maki Inada presented in Kyoto, Japan!

Maki Inada. Poster Presentation. “Serine Phosphorylation in the C-Terminal Domain of RNA Polymerase II Modulates Gene Expression in Sub-telomeric Regions of Schizosaccharomyces pombe via Chromatin States”. Eukaryotic mRNA Processing Meeting. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Kyoto, Japan. Summer 2016. Co-authored with Robert J. Nichols (Biochemistry '14), Jahan-Yar Parsa and Christina M. Home (University of California, Berkeley),  Ruby A. Benn and Reyal S. Hoxie (Biochemistry ’15),  Hiten D. Madhani and Stewart Schuman (University of California, San Francisco), Beate Schwer (Weill Cornell Medical College),  Jeffrey A. Pleiss (Cornell University).  View the abstract here.

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 Come and join the Ithaca College American Marketing Association in Business 104 at 4pm on Friday, October 7th for a special lecture, Never Stand Still: How to Evolve Your Business and Stay in the Game, from IC School of Business Alumnus TJ Ciaravino. TJ is the VP of Sales and Marketing for the Worldwide Sports Supply. This is the last event for ICAMA’s Marketing Week that you do not want to miss! 

 

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