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Contributed by Don Austin on 11/19/2014
Native American Student Association will host a social featuring the Allegany River Dancers on Thursday, November 20, at 7:00pm in Emerson Suites. DINNER IS PROVIDED!
The Allegany River Indian Dancers are a Native American dance group that showcases the traditional songs and dances of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Indians. The general performances incorporate many aspects of Native American culture.
The Seneca language and culture pertaining to the origin of the songs and dances are shared in the program narratives. All performers wear traditional Native American regalia. All the music is performed live and the show is as educational as it is entertaining.
One highlight of the show is the Iroquois Smoke Dance, a very fast contest dance. Also featured is the Hoop Dance, a beautiful story telling dance in which the dancer uses hoops to make various designs and shapes to represent birds, animals and themes from nature.
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Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 11/19/2014
IC’s South Hill Forest Products honey and other products made by ENVS students now for sale in CNS 282!
Contributed by Carol Hansen on 11/18/2014
South Hill Forest Products is now offering their local, all-natural fall honey for sale; perfect for holiday gifts! This honey was made in Ithaca College's own beehives without the use of any chemicals, and was processed and bottled by Ithaca College students -- you can't get more local than that! We are also offering our homemade beeswax salves.
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Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 11/18/2014
It's not too late to give or receive... we are still collecting non-perishable food items to help families in need during the holiday season and we are still accepting applications for assistance.
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The Fitness Center will be operating with reduced hours in observance of Thanksgiving Break. Our Thanksgiving Break hours will be as follows:
Friday 11/21 - 7:00am - 2:00pm
Saturday 11/22 - CLOSED
Sunday 11/23 - CLOSED
Monday 11/24 - 11:00am - 2:00pm
Tuesday 11/25 - 11:00am - 2:00pm
Wednesday 11/26 - Sunday 11/30 - CLOSED
We will resume our regular academic year hours on Monday 12/1/14.
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Contributed by Malorie Kerry on 11/18/2014
As Thanksgiving break approaches we would like to remind everyone that parking rules and regulations are in effect 24/7, all year round.
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ITS is proud to announce that Williams Hall has successfully passed the testing phase and is now officially completed. We are excited to bring robust and dependable Wi-Fi to the hard working departments and groups in that building.
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Contributed by Andrew Kosinuk on 11/17/2014
On Thursday, November 20 and Friday, November 21, Ithaca College will be hosting the New York State Public High School Athletic Association girls swimming and diving championships. Please be aware of the following lot closures which will result from reserved parking for that event.
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The next No Pressure Blood Pressure will be held on Wednesday, November 19th.
Important reasons not to miss the next screening:
1. 65 million Americans have hypertension (high blood pressure)
2. Many people don't even know their blood pressure is high because there are no symptoms in most cases
3. Hypertension can lead to heart disease, stroke, heart failure, and kidney disease
4. 66% of those IC employees measured at the last screening were pre-hypertensive (above ideal )
5. A 20 point increase in systolic blood pressure (top number) or a 10 point increase in diastolic blood pressure (bottom number) doubles the risk of heart disease.
6. Poor diet, inactivity, and being overweight can lead to an increase in blood pressure
7. If one does not adopt a healthy lifestyle, the hypertensive individual will need to take costly medication with potential side effects
8. Physical and emotional stress can elevate your blood pressure
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Contributed by Rebecca Sexton on 11/17/2014
Featuring, Special Guest Speaker, Krystil Smith, Food Policy Coordinator for the Humane Society of the United States, based in Washington, D.C.
Join us, as Krystil speaks about the importance of reducing meat consumption, and presents the benefits of participating in the Meatless Monday program. Krystil's presentation will also be accompanied by a cooking demonstration with Executive Chef, JJ Molina. Not too mention, that delicious, free samples of a tasty vegan dish will be on hand!
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Contributed by Paul Deamer on 11/14/2014
The finals for the 4th Annual Business Idea Competition, sponsored by the School of Business, are this Thursday, November 20, at 5:30 p.m. in Textor 101. This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff, as well as general public.
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Contributed by Shelli Mekos on 11/14/2014
The Office of Career Services will not have drop-in times available on Monday, November 24 through Friday, November 28 due to the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Drop-ins will begin again on Monday, December 1, 2014.
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Contributed by Tammy Sritecha on 11/14/2014
If students wish to fulfill requirements of the ICC using study abroad coursework credit, they may submit a petition request.
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Contributed by Don Austin on 11/14/2014
This lively, engaging, and content-based presentation will give an overview of the history of this very misunderstood holiday. Based on the only primary source documents that chronicle the “First Thanksgiving”, participants will learn accurate and culturally appropriate information about the English settlers at Plimoth and the Wampanoag, the Native people who inhabited that area.
Where: Textor 103
When: Tuesday, November 18, 7:00pm
The presentation will discuss the actual events of 1621 including the feast, the relationship between the English settlers and the Wampanoag and how this story became the holiday we know today. The concept of thanksgiving held by many Native Americans will be emphasized throughout.
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Contributed by Bryan Roberts on 11/13/2014
The Strategic Sourcing initiative is well underway and the project team is eager to answer any questions that you may have.
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Contributed by Carol Hansen on 11/13/2014
Primitive Pursuits, a program affiliated with Cornell Cooperative Extension, will host an information session on Monday November 17 from 6:00 to 7:00 PM in CNS 1-B to describe their rigorous instructor training and certification program, and to field any questions you may have about how to connect with this awesome bunch of explorers and wilderness stewards.
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Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 11/13/2014
What are micro-aggressions, micro-inequities and unconscious bias? How do they manifest themselves in our everyday interactions? How does this bias impact our daily decision making process? These are some questions that will be explored doing this highly interactive workshop, facilitated by Dr. Belisa Gonzalez.
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Contributed by Nikki Lynn on 11/13/2014
It's only November, but graduation is right around the corner. Get prepared with Career Services!
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Contributed by Lisabeth Chabot on 11/13/2014
The IC Library and FLEFF have collaborated in the development of an extensive and unique collection of media materials that demonstrate the broad-ranging scope of the festival over the last ten years.
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