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Choosing a major can be a bit intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. Apply for the Fall 2014 Exploratory Career Coaching Group to get resources and support to assist you through this process. The group will be made up of 5 to 8 students who meet weekly to discuss their experiences and reflections, and receive guidance on self-exploration and career planning. So you get help with figuring out what you want to do with your life (for free), get to meet other people who are 'in the same boat' as you, and we have fun!

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If you are interested in learning more about the IC Model UN team, visit us at Table 4 during the Student Activity Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 3, 9-3pm Our general recruitment information session will be on Sept. 9, from 7-8pm in Textor 102. Come meet the current members of the team and find out more about this fun and fascinating activity.

On Saturday night, August 9th, Ithaca 15 year-olds on bicycles were followed by a police officer in civilian clothes in his personal vehicle. "Police have acknowledged that a sergeant in an unmarked car got out of his vehicle and pulled his gun out on the unarmed teens. The teens have not been charged with a crime." (The Ithaca Voice, Aug. 18).


Meet at Southside Community Center at 4:00 pm September 3rd (305 S. Plain St.). Signs will be available or bring your own.

Starting at 4:30, walk up Green Street to City Hall

5:00 Gather in the lot adjacent to City Hall to hear speakers comment on the August 9th incident and related issues.

5:30 Some people will start to go up to council chambers to submit their public comment cards and attend the meeting. Others will remain at the Rally.

6:00 Council meeting starts. We are still.waiting to hear if the site will be changed to accommodate more people.

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Be sure to attend this Premed meeting  if interested in:

  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Chiropractic Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Optometry
  • Dentistry
  • Podiatry Allopathic and Osteopathic Medicine (MD's and DO's)

Only attend one session

  • 12:10-1:00 p.m., CNS 112
  • 7-8:00 p.m., CNS 112

Students already registered with the Committee do NOT need to attend.

ALSO, if you have not yet registered with the committee, please submit the on-line form.



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The Student Leadership Institute is happy to announce that registration is now open for Block 1 of the Fall semester. We have a full line up of amazing sessions, so log onto OrgSync and go to the SLI Portal to check out the events listings.  Block 2 sessions will be posted on October 13. Here are few things to keep in mind:


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Are you interested in studying abroad? Come learn more about your options at our various info sessions, starting next week.

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Violin, Viola, Cello, or Bass player? Join Sinfonietta!

Did you play an instrument before coming to IC and now want to play in an orchestra? 

The Ithaca College Sinfonietta is a symphony orchestra open to all students who play an orchestral instrument - strings, winds, and percussion. No audition is necessary! (Graduate students and faculty/staff are also welcome to join.)

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Quit binge-watching television and start making it! ICTV’s recruitment night is Tuesday, September 2nd at 7:00pm in Emerson Suites.

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The Gerontology Institute seeks a student director for a short original musical comedy.

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Kaplan Test Prep is offering scholarships for up to four FREE classes to help you prepare for grad school entrance exams.

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Have you ever had a question about race but were unsure about how to ask? How is racism recognized? How do you experience racism? How do you think racism has affected your life and the lives of others? How do you cope with the effects? Who do you believe needs to assume responsibility for eliminating racism?

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Honors students (and qualified non-honors students) are welcome to experience life in colonial Boston and revolutionary New York City.  “The Power and Fate of Republics in Early America,” consists of two elaborate games, set in the past, in which students are assigned roles.  Class sessions are run entirely by students; I advise and guide students and grade your oral and written work.  

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The Office of International Programs is now located on the 2nd floor of Job Hall.  Please stop by and visit us in our new space!

  • Tanya Saunders, Assistant Provost & Director of International Programs: Job 203
  • Rosalie Fitzgerald, Assistant to Dr. Saunders, Job 202
  • Diana Dimitrova, Director of International Student Services: Job 204
  • Rachel Cullenen, Director of Study Abroad: Job 206
  • Mimi Wright, Program Assistant: Job 207
  • Penny Bogardus, Administrative Assistant: Job 208
  • International Programs Resource Room: Job 209

To contact the Office of International Programs, call us at 274-3306 or email


Are you interested in studying abroad? Come learn more about your options at our various info sessions, starting next week.

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The Office of International Programs is now reviewing applications to the London Center for Spring 2015. The deadline for Spring 2015 applications is Friday, September 12, but we will review complete applications on a rolling basis as they come in. NOTE: we often have a large applicant pool for spring study in London, and it is possible we will not be able to accommodate all applicants.  Therefore, get your complete application submitted online as soon as possible! 

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What does diversity mean to you? How do you engage in a diverse community? Explore the answers to these questions by attending the First-Year Diversity Speaker, Maura Cullen!

Maura Cullen will be hosting her award-winning session on Tuesday, September 9th at 7 PM in Emerson Suites. She will inspire, educate and motivate you on how to embrace diversity and take meaningful action toward an inclusive community.

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Radio Rush Night for 92 WICB and VIC Radio is THIS Thursday, August 28 at 7:00 p.m. in Park Auditorium.

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  ¿Hablas español?

 ¿Te gusta el teatro?

 ¡Únete a IC TEATRO! 

While exploring a diverse repertoire of dramatic works from Spanish-speaking countries, IC TEATRO will embark on a year-long FARMWORKERS PROJECT in collaboration with Cornell University's Teatrotaller and Farmworker program.  

*Register for Spanish 260


come to our open interest meeting on

Thursday, September 4th, at 12:10 in Friends 207.

Favor de comunicarse con Annette Levine:


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As of this morning (Tuesday, August 26), fall semester seats are available in the ICC designated courses (with limited pre-requisites) listed below. Please see HomerConnect for specific information about time and day of offering, course CRN, and registration. Additional courses with course-specific pre-requisites may also have fall seats available; please check HomerConnect for such courses.



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