Contributed by Emily DeRoo on 02/25/2016
Ithaca College DKA Professional Society is looking for new members! This national organization helps to foster skills and collaboration in the cinematic arts.
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Come to the Oscars in the Pub at 7 pm on Sunday, 2/28 hosted by the Ithaca College DKA Professional Cinematic Society! Formal dress is encouraged, because we will have our own red carpet!
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Contributed by Evan Edwards on 02/24/2016
The Department of Occupational Therapy invites you to attend our annual Graduate Research Colloquium on Monday, March 21st.
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Contributed by Zachary Lisien on 02/24/2016
There is an 8 ball Tournament on Saturday, 2/27/2016 that will have cash prizes! No experience is necessary!
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Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS) is pleased to announce that most of our account request forms are now online! No more printing, filling out by hand, and schlepping around for required signatures!
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Contributed by Nikki Lynn on 02/24/2016
Last opportunity to apply for financial assistance for costs associated with summer internships.
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Contributed by Caryanne Keenan on 02/23/2016
Free LinkedIn head shots will be provided for students, faculty, and staff at this semester's Job & Internship Fair which will take place in Emerson Suites on Wednesday, February 24 from 4:30-7:00 p.m.
We also welcome you to network with employers if you stop by! Seventy-five organizations, representing a variety of professions and career opportunities, with more than 170 full-time job, internship, and summer employment opportunities will be in attendance.
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Contributed by Cheryl Boyer on 02/23/2016
Contributed by Susan Monagan on 02/23/2016
Listen here! Esther Racoosin of WRFI Community Radio News talks to the cast and production staff about the upcoming production of Handel’s “Semele” at Ithaca College. The rehearsal pianist, assistant director, vocalists and others talk about the plot of the opera, the staging, and what it is like to sing the challenging parts of the baroque oratorio.
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Contributed by Corinna Klinger on 02/23/2016
Come to Friends 201 @12:10pm today to learn all about the H&S ICNYC Program for Fall 2016!
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Posted on behalf of Jennifer Campbell
Jenny Stockdale has recently accepted an exciting new opportunity at Cornell University. She will be starting in March as the associate director of marketing communications for the School of Hotel Administration. Her last day with us will be Friday, February 26.
Since 2013, Jenny has served as the marketing communications manager for the School of Music, and has built strong relationships with many staff, faculty, and students across campus. In collaboration with the music admission team and Creative Services, she has reshaped numerous recruitment pieces and strategies for the school’s undergraduate, graduate, and summer preparatory programs.
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A tertulia is a social gathering with literary or artistic overtones, but IC tertulias are open to all manner of topics. This is a great opportunity for you to practice conversation skills in a supportive, relaxed environment with native or near-native speakers of Spanish. Sessions are led by IC students. Students and IC community members of all abilities are welcome.
When and Where:
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The IC Asian American Alliance will be hosting its annual event, Dumpling Night, on Monday, February 22 at 7 pm in the Terrace 2 Kitchen. This year, we will be collaborating with the IC Culinary Club as we learn to make dumplings! We will be offering a meat and vegetarian option throughout the night. There will also be fun board games; we hope to see you there!
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Basketball and Hockey fans, The Ithaca Athletic Training Students Association is raffling off two autographed items.
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Last week Arielle Rubin and Alyssa Napier, the publicity and marketing associates for IC Theatre, sat down and talked with the covers for "Semele," the opera currently in rehearsal on the Hoerner stage. They discussed the roles of the covers and the original vision that drives this production.
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Our fundraiser, a basketball tournament in collaboration with Brothers 4 Brothers, will be on Saturday, February 20 from 10 am to 1 pm in the IC Fitness Center Wood and Mondo Gyms! This all-day event is just $5. Grab your team of four and join us for FREE food and performances and a little friendly competition! Be sure to sign up using the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yyZSFmJc5xqlVsORPFaFNvJ_8IV3To7FYh4zMJ4Ph6M/viewform
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Contributed by Nikki Lynn on 02/18/2016
Last chance to sign up for networking and professional development opportunities!
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Contributed by Jessica LeMore on 02/15/2016
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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Contributed by Susan Monagan on 02/15/2016
Tickets for The Lover are free but reservations are required. To reserve tickets, e-mail ICTams1@gmail.com and indicate a first and second choice of performance date and time. All tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, and must be picked up at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the performance. Performance times are 8:00pm on Saturday, February 20th, 2:00pm and 8:00pm on Sunday, February 21st and 8:00pm on Monday, February 22nd. All performances will be held in Studio 2 in Dillingham Center. The Lover is part of the student-led, Senior Directing Project series.
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TONIGHT Feb 15th at 7:00 Harlem KW Project, LLC, Performing Artists, present: “Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale”
Contributed by Belisa Gonzalez on 02/15/2016
Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale uniquely tells the story of three young women’s love affair with Harlem from youth to young adulthood through a montage of spoken word poetry, theatre, dance, and song. It explores the conflicts in coming to terms with a gentrified Harlem. The characters grapple with the positive aspects of gentrification, such as increased security, new businesses, and more resources, but also the negative aspects, such as displacement of residents, higher prices, and a cultural loss. Through stories deeply moving and uproariously funny, the performers bring to life their home neighborhood, the world famous village of Harlem, and highlight one vital idea that rings true for them all: They wish to establish a new Harlem Renaissance that will embrace the inevitable change to their neighborhood while revitalizing the rich culture of its past.
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