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 Members of the Ithaca College community are in the cast and crew of the current Ithaca Shakespeare Company production of THE TEMPEST at the Hangar Theatre.

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The Jostens class ring representative will be at the Campus Store Feb. 11 & 12 from 10 - 3.  Stop by to see the assortment of class rings and specials.

The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen series at Ithaca College will show the documentary “Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin” on Wednesday, Feb. 12, in observance of Black History Month. The showing is scheduled for 7 p.m. in Textor 103, and it is free and open to the public.

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The Sustainability Café on Monday, February 10th will feature Jeff Scott presenting “A Better Tomorrow: Sodexo Initiatives”. 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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Everyday this week you can buy a Valentine’s Candy-Gram from Hillel for just $2 in the Foyer by Emerson Suites between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. By purchasing a Candy-Gram you will be helping save the lives of children in developing countries through supporting Save A Child’s Heart.

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Kaplan Test Prep is here to help!

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Let's talk about sex!

Contributed by Michelle Ammirati on 02/10/2014 

SAB Special Events Presents: Andrea Adams-Miller.

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In the second installment of the acclaimed series, Katniss and Peeta must face their worst fears, as they are thrown back into the Hunger Games arena to fight. With their lives at stake once again, this time facing fellow skilled victors, the two heroes must find a way to escape as a rebellion begins to catch fire in Panem.

From Thursday, February 13th, to Sunday, February 16th, the Student Activities Board presents this FREE action-packed showing of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” All showings begin at 8:00 pm sharp in Textor 102. Bring your friends and don’t miss out on an exciting film for FREE!

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Julia Ryan at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

In case you haven't checked out the line up of Career Services workshops, here's a sample of what's coming up: 

  • Going Global: 5 Top Strategies for Working and Living Abroad
  • Free Tools and Tips for Your Next Job or Internship Search
  • Nail That Interview
  • Women & Work: Taking Charge of Your Career Success

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Sign up on Homer under the course numbers below. Course descriptions follow the list of course titles. Contact Prof Warren Schlesinger ( if you have any questions.

This Essay Is Successfully Broken: Creative Dissonance in Literary Nonfiction, GCOM 10300-01 CRN 43884

American Dreams, GCOM 10400-01 CRN 43885

Justice: what’s the right thing to do? GCOM 10500-01 CRN 43886

Media & The Environment: Water Issues,  TVR 29302-02  CRN 43851 

The Art of Re-enactment: Competing Claims to the “Real” in Documentary Films,  TVR 29303-01, CRN 43797

FLEFF: Conflict Zones, Public Health, and Human Rights, HLTH 39902 – 01 CRN 43136  

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Join us at Terrace Dining Hall for CRAVE Tapas for a full-service dining experience. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your table right away! 

Our menu is prix fixe, which means, for one price, you'll receive all seven courses. Click here to view our menu! See below for more details.


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Physics Spring Seminar Series:

Join us as Amlan Biswas of Florida University gives a talk entitled:

Dielectrophoretic Behavior in Electronically Phase Separated Manganite Thin Films

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ICBC Silent Meditation

Contributed by Kevin Walker on 02/09/2014 

Need some time to meditate on Tuesday night?

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Interfaith Council meeting

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Free during the lunch hour on Tuesday?

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Interested in languages?

Contributed by Kevin Walker on 02/09/2014 

Ever heard of the Pali language?

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The Office of Campus Center and Events Services and the Office of Marketing Communications are happy to announce that two new applications for event scheduling and promotion will be available beginning Monday, February 24: 

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Take advantage of the more than 350 concerts offered each year by the School of Music. A full listing of all concerts and events is available at; this week's are listed below.

Can't make it? Web-streamed performances are available live and on demand at Check the webcasting schedule for more information!

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Srijana Bajracharya, professor and graduate chair in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, presented a paper at the 10th International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability in Split, Croatia, on January, 24. 

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Please join the Department of Art for Pamela Drix's presentation of her recently completed Masters of Fine Arts thesis work, Finding Place: Ken-dai-a.  The event will begin at 6.00 p.m. on Thursday, February 13, 2014, and will occur at the Handwerker Gallery, located in the ground floor of the Gannett Center.

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Faculty Council is seeking 2 additional faculty members to serve on the newly resurrected Faculty Benefits Committee.We welcome nominations from all interested and motivated faculty members. Please contact with your name and a short statement of interest.

Faculty Benefits Committee

The Faculty Benefits Committee is a standing committee of the Faculty Council. It is composed of five faculty members elected by the members of the Faculty Council. Terms will be staggered to ensure continuity of membership.

The committee provides advice with regard to types and levels of faculty fringe benefits. The committee studies, reviews and recommends changes to existing benefits and/or proposed new benefits. The Faculty Benefits Committee may hold hearings on proposed changes it recommends; may poll the faculty at large concerning proposals for changes in fringe benefits.

Members of the Faculty Benefits Committee are members of the Staff and Faculty Benefits Committee.

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