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So You Think You Can Dance?

Contributed by Jaclyn Cheri on 03/24/2015 

Then join us on Friday, April 3rd for a Dance-A-Thon in Emerson Suites!

There will be music by DJ Latimer, performances by Premium Blend, Pulse, On the Floor, and IC Unbound, as well as a salsa dance lesson! A Taste Of Ithaca Prize Package (including gift cards from Wings Over, Panera, Yogurtland, Satori, Short Stop, The Nines, and WAY MORE) will be raffled off during the event.

So grab your friends and sign up! This event is hosted by Ithaca College Women in Communications and all proceeds will go to the Advocacy Center. Follow this link to sign up:

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The thirteenth annual Rainbow Reception will be held on Friday, April 24. The Rainbow Reception is a celebration of Ithaca College's graduating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, asexual, and allied seniors and graduate students. Reservations are required. Please register here.

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Please announce final exam dates

Contributed by Leslie Reid on 03/24/2015 

Students requesting to take final exams in Student Accessibility Services need to report exam dates by Wednesday, April 22nd.

Due to the volume of exams we will be coordinating and scheduling, students registered with Student Accessibility Services who wish to take any/all of their exams with our office need to schedule their final exams by Wednesday, April 22nd. If the final exam date and time is not posted or in the syllabus, please announce the date/time of your scheduled final exams in your courses so any eligible student can make the appropriate arrangements with our office.  Thank you for your time and assistance. 

Presentations open to the campus community by four finalists for the position of the Dean of the School of Business will be held from 12:10-1:00 on Tuesday March 31, Thursday April 2, Thursday April 9, and Tuesday April 14 in the Park Center for Business Room 111.

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This support group is held every Thursday from 1-1:50pm in the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) group room located on the 2nd floor of the Hammond Health Center.  



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The sooner you start saving, the more time your money has to grow! Make saving for retirement a priority. Devise a plan, stick to it, and set goals. Remember, it's never too early or too late to start saving.

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The application deadline to interview for full-time job opportunities at Geometry Global is rapidly approaching!

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This talk is sponsored as part of the H & S Dissertation Diversity Fellowship Program and will be given by Ianna Hawkins Owen, a Ph.D. candidate at UC Berkeley in African Diaspora Studies with a designated concentration on Women, gender, and sexuality.  

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The Wi-Fi rebuild in Dillingham Center was recently completed, but initial feedback indicated there were still some problem areas. Additional work has been done to correct those problems, so we are once again asking for feedback.

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Yet fewer than 5 percent of the people who are able to give blood actually do so- and most of them give only once a year!

Giving blood is quick, easy and safe, be a hero to those that need lifesaving blood and donate an hour to give blood.

One donation can be separated into components and used to treat several patients:

Surgery patients will use your red blood cells

Cancer patients or bone marrow transplant recipients need your platelets to prevent hemorrhaging.

Patients suffering burns, shock, or dehydration need your plasma.


 Please call 1-800-GIVE LIFE to schedule your donation now. Or stop by or Campus center table to sign up for a schedule time April 1st, 2nd ,6th, or the 7th from 10 to 3.

We will  collecting Double Red Cell donations too, 3 appointments every hour and two on the half hour so call and set up you appointment time now!








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The IC American Marketing Association again placed among the top chapters in the country, taking home several awards at the 2015 AMA International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans.

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Two evenings of hosted interviews via Skype led by Visiting Professor Scott Mello discussing career paths, current projects, and a question and answer period for students. We hope this will be a great opportunity for students to learn about non-traditional career paths to professional singing. 

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The perfect SLI sessions for you!

Contributed by Ashley Ahl on 03/23/2015 

 The Student Leadership Institute offers sessions in four tracks; Leading Self, Leading Others, Leading at IC and Leading in a Diverse World. Sessions in the Leading at IC track are perfect for those who are members of student organizations here at IC!

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Ithaca College Opera will present "The Wolf by the Ears" on April 8, 2015 at 8:15pm in Ford Hall.

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For a list of all registered student organizations, click here.

To learn how other student organizations are also making a difference click here.

Kudos to the Society of Professional Journalists for hosting another successful event on Monday, March 2. The event featured guest speaker Neill Borowski, the Executive Editor at Gannett’s Central New York Media Group. Borowski spoke about investigative and data-driven journalism. He also provided students with insight about his own investigative process, professional career, and the importance of investigative journalism in today’s changing journalism industry.

To learn how other student organizations are also making a difference click here.

On Wednesday, March 4, the Asian American Alliance (AAA) hosted the event, “Representation in Comics.” The event, in collaboration with PODER: Latino Student Association and the African Latino Society, was joined by Professor Tyrell Stewart-Harris. “Representation in Comics” included a discussion by Harris, who is a pre-doctorate diversity fellow in the Department of Writing. The event invited all students, whether they were experts in comics or not. Congratulations to AAA!

To learn how other student organizations are also making a difference click here.

Did you know that 1 in 100 children are born with congenial heart disease and 94% do not have access to the healthcare they need?  Over the past two years, Heart4Heart has helped raise money for 15 children to receive life-saving cardiac surgeries.
Heart4Heart is the first and only college chapter of Gift of Life International, an international nonprofit dedicated to raising money to provide cardiac surgeries for children in third world countries.  Gift of Life International also funds doctor training and exchange as well as post-surgery nutrition programs. Currently, Gift of Life International is working with children in Uganda, Jamaica, and El Salvador.

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Do you like digital, computer and other technical work?

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 Come out to I.C Square on Tuesday at 7 p.m. if you want to have a great time, blow off some steam and tons of laughs. It's a Stand Up Competition courtesy of SAB and hosted by A.J. Foster. Trust me, you don't want to spend your Tuesday night anywhere else. Don't forget to bring your sense of humor as well as your friends.

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