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(Submitted on behalf of Samarra Mbenga, leader of the Weight Watchers At Work program at Ithaca College)

Home Sweet Home 

How would you like to be at peace in your own skin this Spring? Join us this Tuesday, March 25th, to start the process. We will have fun with Jaimie, who will lead us in some fun Zumba exercises. We will also hear success stories from Estela and Paula, who will share how they have not only lost but also maintained their weight loss.

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Class of 2015, last chance

Contributed by Alyssa Cooper on 03/20/2014 

We are now accepting nominations, including self-nominations, for the 2015 Senior Class Gift Committee.  More information about the Senior Class Gift Campaign and Committee can be viewed at

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We are now accepting nominations, including self-nominations, for the 2015 Senior Class Gift Committee.  More information about the Senior Class Gift Campaign and Committee can be viewed at

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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs would like to recognize student leaders who have made an impact on campus. This year we are recognizing student organizations for their work and dedication to the campus. We are asking students, staff and faculty to submit nominations for Outstanding Adviser of the Year, Outstanding Executive Board Member of the Year and Best Program of the Year. To nominate, please submit the Student Organization Nomination Form and the Program of the Year Application found on IC Link and the OSEMA website by March 28, 2014. For more information or questions, please contact Theresa Radley at

The Office of International Programs (OIP) would like to invite all administrators, faculty and staff members to attend our upcoming workshops designed to assist in the development of short-term study abroad programs.  Short-term international programming is an important component of the international study options available to Ithaca College students.

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This Saturday from 7-10pm in Emerson Suites join sultry hosts Em Fazeema and Kora Zone for a fun filled and movie themed extravaganza! (Complete with dance-party environment!) Watch a bevvy of hot, funny, and outrageous kings and queens lipsync to your favorite songs!

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No Kid Hungry in March - or ever!

Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 03/20/2014 

March is Nutrition Month and we're inviting you to join Team No Kid Hungry! 

Donations are being taken at all dining retail locations and all proceeds will go to The BackPack Program for Food Bank of the Southern Tier. The BackPack program ensures that children in need don't go hungry over the weekend when they aren't in school. Every Friday, those children receive their food, placed discreetly into their backpacks. The need to supply children from low-income families is consistently rising. It only costs $3.00 to fill a backpack, but any amount helps! 

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Women of Ciudad Juárez

Contributed by Annette Levine on 03/19/2014 


Women of Ciudad Juárez

Saturday, March 22, 4pm

Studio 2, Dillingham

Teatro Travieso will give a powerful performance that addresses the realities of life for women living, and dying, in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 

Ciudad Juárez is one of a number of regions that is bearing witness to Femenicide (feminicidio). Women are disappearing and being murdered in a climate of impunity.

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Jimmy Noriega, Assistant Professor of Theater at College of Wooster, and his troupe, Teatro Travieso/Troublemaker Theater, will host an acting workshop open to all Ithaca College students interested in performance and social justice. The workshop will explore the challenges of embodying roles that deeply engage with the identities and realities of victims, perpetrators, and accomplices.

Sunday, March 23, 11am-12:30pm

Studio 3, Dillingham
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IC Animal Rights

Contributed by Adriana Milutin on 03/19/2014 

Hello fellow peers!

Come join the IC Animal Rights club on March 24th at 6pm in Textor 102 for a lovely presentation by the amazing Kathy Stevens ( founder of the animal sanctuary) The name of her presentation is " Why go Vegan"and it's going to a great time! Don't feel like you need to be vegan or have to even consider going vegan if you come to the lecture! It's open for all kinds of life styles, but it will be an amazing learning experience!

Civic Ensemble's SAFETY PROJECT: Do you have opinions about law enforcement, either positive OR negative? Have you had an interaction with the police? Join us for a free Story Circle (in Friends rm. 306 from 6pm - 8pm on 3/26 or 3/28) and make your voice heard!

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Pendleton Summer Internship awards are available to Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts Program (all concentrations) to supplement costs associated with carrying out a departmentally approved credit-bearing summer internship.

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On Wednesday March 26, Project Look Sharp presenter Sox Sperry will return to the Kendal at Ithaca community to present on sustainability and water issues after a successful showing last year. 

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Please join us on Wednesday, March 26, at 7 p.m. in BUS 111, for a special lecture with Kenneth Fisher (School of Humanities & Sciences alumnus) entitled: “Our Nation’s Wounded: Leadership Challenges in a Time of Austerity,” funded by the Jahn Family Civic Leadership Fund. 

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 Mike Haaf (Chemistry Department) co-lead a two day workshop, held at Clark Atlanta University in Georgia from March 7-9, on the intersections between fine art and the chemical sciences.  The workshop, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, included dozens of hands-on experiments designed to illustrate the chemical principles behind the materials used to create art, such as pigments, dyes, binders, and metals.  The workshop was filled to capacity, and was well-received by the attendees.


Interested in public relations, exhibition research or project design?  Internships with the Smithsonian are designed around specific Museum projects.  Typically internships are available in: archival science; curatorial research and collections; design and graphics; jazz history and public programming; public relations and communications; museum management; music history and programming; education and public programs production; textile and paper conservation.

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Come one, come all to hear students in the Spoken Word Revolution class perform their works. Open Mic to follow performances.

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An ongoing initiative to encourage student participation in professional level events.

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The James B. Pendleton Photography awards are intended to make our strongest photography exhibition ready by providing funding for the finishing costs of students' projects.

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The James B. Pendleton Filmmaking Awards are intended to make our strongest projects festival ready by providing funding for the costs of finishing to composite film print.

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