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Contributed on behalf of Keith W. "Mac" McIntosh, Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President of Information Technology Services 

Please stop by Klingenstein Lounge this evening between 6:00pm - 7:00pm and have a bite to eat and share your thoughts on topics such as: Sakai, Homer, Classrooms, Labs, Computer Repairs, Residence Halls and more.

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What's the difference between stress, anxiety, and anxiety disorder? 

Read "Don't Panic" in SH101:

  • Click on interactive tools to learn more about anxiety
  • Read stories about personal experiences 
  • Watch videos to get some tips on how to stress less 

Check it out here:


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 Come and learn about Health Care and Culture, a short term study abroad experience planned for this summer in Ecuador.


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The benefits of your participation in this study will be in the contribution made to the understanding of peer victimization experiences among LGBTQ college students. (From: Theresa E. Bhoopsingh, M.S.Ed., NCSP)

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The Phillips Hall Post Office and the Circle Apartment's Mail rooms will be open on Saturday 2/14/15 from 11am-4pm for package pick up. 

We are antipating a large number of Saturday guaranteed deliveries of flowers and other items from your sweethearts, friends and families.
Check your email for that special delivery that may arrive on Saturday!



Sign up now on HOMER for a 1 credit mini course. Courses start March 16th (Block II).  Students in each of these courses attend films and participate in events offered by the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. FLEFF is sponsored by Ithaca College. More info about the Festival is available at The festival runs from April 6-12, 2015. Course descriptions are below.

  1. A Choice of Words is A Choice of Worlds: Projected Fears and American Culture
  2. Political Habitats: Narrative Film as Activism
  3. Locked-Up: Prison as Habitat in Film and Television
  4. Where on Earth?! Geographies of Space and Place in Environmental Film
  5. Human Domination of Nature
  6. Global Habitats, National Cinema in the Era of Globalization
  7. Habitats: Geography is Health Destiny


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Stress is something that everyone experiences, especially in college. There is positive stress (which can help your performance in a sport's game or help you finish that paper that's due in an hour) and then there is negative stress (which can cause physical, emotional, and or mental harm). 

Take a look at the newest issue of SH101:

  • See what students have to say about shaking off stress
  • Read articles about physical activity, nutrition, relationships, mental health, and much more!

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For the 25th anniversary of Educational Technology Day at Ithaca College we are sponsoring a contest for Ithaca College students to help envision the future of technology. Participants working in teams of up to 5 people will prepare a presentation of their view on the future of technology, and the first place group can win up to a $375 gift certificate to the Ithaca College Bookstore.

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Did you know that IC offers two graduate programs in education, both designed to prepare academically-talented college graduates for careers as teachers?


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Health Care and Culture Short Term Study Abroad Experience: Informational Meeting

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Spend your Valentine’s Day volunteering with Service Saturdays this February 14th!


Spread the love by volunteering in your local community and helping out at one of these awesome sites:

·         Cayuga Ridge Extended Care

·         Friends of the Tompkins County Public Library

Service Saturdays is your opportunity to make a difference the fun and easy way!

For more information on this event, and to SIGN UP, click HERE!

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Want to learn more about nutrition, physical activity, technology, relationships, and much more? 

What's inside February's issue of SH101

  • Fellow IC student's videos about how they "shake off stress"
  • Your Path to Fitness: Which workout works today? 
  • Nutrition Decoded: Answers to your dietary dilemmas 
  • Thumbs Doing All the Talking?: Six ways to manage your messaging 

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Don’t forget!  Apartment housing Selection for the 2015-2016 academic year has begun.  Groups of students with an average of 2.2+ completed semesters by fall 2014 are eligible to log onto HomerConnect  and try to select a Circle or Garden apartments. 

Apartments require sufficient applicants to completely fill all spaces within the apartment. Group captains only should log into HomerConnect to select a space for your entire group. Please see our housing timeline at for detailed information.

Apartment Housing selection dates are listed below.

Questions can be directed to



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Are you interested in living in an apartment next year?  Groups of students with an average of 2.2+ completed semesters by fall 2014 are eligible to log onto HomerConnect  and try to select Circle or Garden apartments. 

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Do you prefer to work at night?  Are flexible hours important to you? 

Come to an Informational Session on February 5th at 7:00 p.m. in Williams 225 to learn how you can be a part of the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management team and help keep your campus safe!

You may also submit an application, resume and cover letter to (see Student Employment Jobs Database for application information).

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The 13th annual Women in Leadership Experience (WILE) will occur on March 21, 2015 in Seneca Falls, New York. The retreat offers a tradition of networking and engaging dialogue among the participants, exploring the perceptions of progress for women, including a look at challenges that different generations have faced. The theme for this year is Busting Stereotypes.

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The 2015-16 endowed scholarship application period for the School of Humanities and Sciences is now open!

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Career Services is pleased to announce that Ms. Cara Corradetti from Camp Canadensis will visit campus on February 19, 2015 to conduct interviews for summer employment opportunities.

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Career Services is pleased to announce that Ms. Laura Klemer from PWC will return to campus to conduct interviews for their summer Elevate program.

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The Academic Advising Center will not be taking drop-in's from noon to one on Friday 2/6/15 to accommodate for a mandatory staff meeting.  

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