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Interested in developing your leadership skills, meeting other student leaders, and having a fantastic weekend retreat experience? Leadership Weekend 2014 is almost here!

This retreat is designed to encourage emerging leaders to discuss their own thoughts on leadership, connect with other student leaders, and further their involvement at Ithaca College.

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Have you ever had a question about race but were too scared to ask, or just 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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Effective Thursday, January 2, 2014, current students will be able to submit a request to the Office of the Registrar for a preferred first name to be used for many online resources at the college. If you request such a change, your preferred first name, rather than your legal first name, will appear in such places as class lists for faculty, in the myHome Community tab, and in myHome and Ithaca College web directory searches. It will also change how your name appears in other resources such as those used by the library and the Office of Public Safety.

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Interested in developing your leadership skills, meeting other student leaders, and having a fantastic weekend retreat experience? Leadership Weekend 2014 is almost here!

 

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Want to walk through a cloud forest canopy? Listen to howler monkeys and see sloths and exotic birds? Kayak in a mangrove forest? Volunteer for turtle conservation? Learn about sustainable ecotourism while traveling in Costa Rica? Take Ecotourism and Natural Resource Management and go to Costa Rica this Spring Break 2014!

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Ithaca College alumni and students will gather at the 28th annual Network Nights in New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and Syracuse (NY) this January. Attend these receptions for an evening of conversations, food and fun!

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Interested in developing your leadership skills, meeting other student leaders, and having a fantastic weekend retreat experience? Leadership Weekend 2014 is almost here!

 

This retreat is designed to encourage emerging leaders to discuss their own thoughts on leadership, connect with other student leaders, and further their involvement at Ithaca College.

 

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Submitted on behalf of Julia Herman '14, CHP Intern.

In this week's IC Student Health 101...

  • Swipe or No Swipe?

5 practical tips for using credit cards

  •  How Do You Do It?

Explore your safer sex options

 

This Week’s Poll: What was your favorite course this year? 

Find out more - and enter the December drawing for $1,000 - in IC Student Health 101!

Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to find out when we announce the lucky winner!

Have a healthy week!!

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Hungry and want to make a difference this season?! Call insomnia cookies or order cookies online: 877-63-COOKIE or www.insomniacookies

A portion of the 12-11-13 in store sales and online sales will be donated to the American Red Cross Club.

The Ithaca College American Red Cross Club works to promote and aid the Red Cross mission in helping others around the world. We also hold fundraisers to raise money for the Tompkins County American Red Cross and their mission to help others in need.

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During the Winter break any students that will have their vehicles left on campus are directed to park in the S-Lot, located next to the tennis courts.

All traffic rules and regulations are in effect during all breaks. Vehicles left on campus during fall, winter, or spring breaks must be parked in S lot, close to the tennis courts. Residents living at the Circle Apartments who leave a vehicle during fall, winter, or spring breaks must park the vehicle in the L-lot extension.

 

The main ITS public computer labs will follow the regular academic schedule until Friday, December 20, 2013. Williams 210 and CHS 105 will be open additional hours leading up to finals week on Saturday, December 14 from 12:00pm – 5:00pm.

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Earlier this month, you should have received a Housing Sneak Peek letter that roughly outlined the housing options students will have for next year. In follow up to that information, the Office of Residential Life would like to provide additional information that will be helpful for you as you make housing plans.

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The Department of Sport Management and Media, in conjunction with the Native American Studies Program, will welcome guest speaker Kandice Watson to campus Wednesday, December 11 at 7:15 p.m.

Kandice, a representative of the Oneida Indian Nation, will present the views of the Oneida Indian Nation and examine the controversy regarding the Washington professional football team name and mascot. 

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This January, Ithaca College alumni and students will gather at the 28th annual Network Nights in New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and Syracuse (NY). Join us for an evening of conversations, food and fun!

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The Ithacan is looking for creative individuals interested in designing and developing interactive content for stories or standalone presentations on the paper’s website. Applicants should have skills in (or a willingness to learn) web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, Javascript/jQuery and PHP. This is paid position. Applicants should contact the Ithacan webmaster, Evan Sobkowicz, at esobkow1@ithaca.edu

STOP! Have packages sent to your home address when ordering for the holidays to avoid them arriving after you have left.

During exam week, mail will be delivered to all resident hall mail boxes.

Packages that arrive during winter break with tracking numbers (UPS, DHL, FedEx and USPS) will be processed and held at the Phillips Hall Post Office. E-mail notifications will be sent notifying you of any packages that have been delivered to the College during the winter break. You may e-mail icmailservice@ithaca.edu or call 607-274-3371 and provide Mail Services with forwarding instructions. Only USPS packages can be forwarded without payment. All other couriers require pre-payment to forward packages.

College Circle Residents will receive mail during winter break except when the campus is closed 12/24/13 – 01/01/14.

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Welcome to the thunder dome of Park School broadcast media! Anyone and everyone involved with WICB, VIC Radio, and ICTV is invited to join the annual dodgeball game.

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For your convenience at this busy time of the semester, the Center for Print Production will be open from 7 am - 6 pm (M-F), December 2-20, 2013.

 

 

Leadership Weekend Application is Open and up on Orgsync!

 

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Information Technology Services is still taking applications for the Spring 2014 semester for the Information Security Assistant position. If you are interested in working with our Information Security Office to help maintain the security framework here at Ithaca College, then this may be the job for you! For more information on the ITS Information Security Office, check out our website at www.ithaca.edu/icinfosec.

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