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There are many pieces that make up your Ithaca College experience and student organizations are a huge piece to that puzzle. Find the missing pieces to your puzzle at the Student Organization Fair. 

The Fall 2015 Student Organization Fair is Wednesday, September 2nd 10am-3pm in the Campus Center Quad. There will be over 200 student organizations in attendance! Students will be recruiting members, showcasing their organization, and sharing the pieces to their puzzle. 

There will be a new addition to the Student Organization fair this year. Students will be able to give back by participating in 5 different service projects on behalf of their student organization during the fair. The student organization with the most projects completed will win food for one meeting. Stop by the OSEMA table to learn more.

The Student Organization Fair is free to attend. Take this opportunity to find your pieces by signing up for many student organizations!  

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Theresa Radley at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

ITHACA, N.Y. – The Ithaca College Department of Athletics is pleased to announce the unveiling of its new fall promotional schedule that begins on Sept. 1. At each promotional event while supplies last, IC students will be eligible for Ithaca Bombers gear, food, IC Athletics prize packs and more!  Be sure to follow IC Athletics on the newly launched Instagram account for upcoming promotional events. Ithaca's Facebook and Twitter pages will also promote home events.

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Anyone with an interest in attending law school is invited to attend a series of workshops that begin tomorrow at 6:30 pm in BUS 103.  Below you will find Information on the three upcoming sessions. 

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You can still try your hand at rowing.  There will be a brief meeting in the A & E Center main lobby at 4pm this Friday, 9/4.  There are still opportunities to participate with the Ithaca College Crew.  We are looking for tall, athletic types, or those who want to get in the best shape of their lives.  Contact a coach at or 607-274-1266 if you have questions.  You can also come see us at the Student Activites Fair on Wednesday, 9/2.

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 Students are invited to register for a free, non-credit mindfulness class.

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The School of Music invites you to join Dean Karl Paulnack in the opening School of Music Convocation. The convocation will include performances by the School of Music strings faculty and the add5 Brass Quintet as well as some reflections by Dean Paulnack on the topic of "music as medicine.”  

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Are you thinking of studying abroad?  Start the planning process early!  Come learn more about your options at our various upcoming info sessions.

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The Office of International Programs is now reviewing applications to the London Center for Spring 2016. The deadline for Spring applications is Monday, September 14, but we are reviewing complete applications on a rolling basis. We have a very large applicant pool for spring study in London, and the program is likely to fill up well before the deadline; we will not be able to accommodate all applicants. Get your complete application submitted online as soon as possible for early consideration! 

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 ICHired, which replaces our previous platform, eRecruiting, has an interface that is intuitive, robust and modern, and we believe that it will greatly enhance your ability to find opportunities.  

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As part of the print management program, we are pleased to announce that color printing is now available in the Friends 110 computer lab. Students can print directly from a desktop computer to the color printer named “fr110-color.”

Prices for color printing are $0.30 for single-sided color printing and $0.56 for double-sided color printing.

The $15 fall semester allowance has been added to all accounts. The complimentary print allowance can be used for black and white, and color printing, and ID Express can be used for print jobs that exceed the allowance.

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Have you ever wanted to learn how to be a leader? Do you want tips on how to lead in a student organization? 

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On Saturday, August 29th FYRE students are welcome to attend the hike and swim at Treman State Park, one of the area's premier state parks.. 

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 If you are interested in the possibility of a Fulbright award for the 2016-17 academic year, the deadline is fast approaching.


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The Ithaca College women’s golf team recently hired Molly Braid as the second head coach in program history, and Braid is seeking interested student-athletes to join the squad for the 2015-16 season. 

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The Finger Lakes Pipes and Drums band is looking for students and staff interested in playing with us.

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For over 40 years, the fountains on Ithaca's South Hill have been a symbol of Ithaca's beauty and a landmark of Ithaca College. Painted with a backdrop of Cayuga Lake, the fountains spark energy throughout Ithaca's campus.

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 Check out the Tompkin's County Public Library's local Comicon event.

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