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Be a Radio Star!

Contributed by Christopher Wheatley on 01/20/2015 

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Radio Rush Night is THIS Thursday, January 22 at 7:00 p.m. in Park Auditorium.

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Attention Circles Apartment Residents - Leave Your Car Home and Take the Bus to Campus

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Sign up now for a 1 credit mini course in Block II offered in conjunction with FLEFF. Students in each of these 8 courses participate in FLEF events, talkbacks, FLEFF parties and receptions. Courses are below and more info about the Festival is available at https://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/ The festival runs from April 6-12.

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This seminar explores the historical, cultural, theological and social contexts and factors that gave rise to the pragmatic interventions of members of the Religious Society of Friends (better known as Quakers) into U.S. social/racial justice politics, regarding: 1) national debates/policies over the institution of slavery (anti-slavery movement; gradualism versus immediatism), 2) the inclusion of blacks within meeting houses in terms of membership & leadership, 3) imperialist & anti-imperialist debates over U.S. insular affairs (e.g. Puerto Rico and the Philippines), and 4) labor and civil rights struggles in most of the 20th century, among others.

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Was it suicide or was it murder?

Did he hold the truth about the Buenos Aires Jewish cultural center bombing?

Curious about Sunday's death of Argentine prosecutor, Alberto Nisman?

Consider registering for Jewish Studies/English 26400 "From Auschwitz to Argentina: Stories of Resistance and Resilience"  MWF 3-3:50

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/20/world/americas/alberto-nisman-found-dead-argentina-amia.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share

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Scholarship applications for 2015-2016 endowed scholarships within the School of Business are now available online.

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Attention Circles Apartment Residents - Leave Your Car Home and Take the Bus to Campus

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Be a part of the biggest service event of the year on Saturday, January 24! We will continue to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by engaging in a variety of service projects in our local community. 

There are a variety of service options, and all participants receive breakfast, lunch, and a FREE MLK Day commemorative t-shirt! For more information and to sign up,go HERE!

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Don’t miss out!  The Office of Residential Life continues to offer exciting learning community options for you.

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Want to improve your fitness level this year? January is a great time to get started. Learn how in this month's issue of Student Health 101. Check it out at http://readsh101.com/ithaca.html

And make it easy on yourself by signing up to receive Student Health 101 each month by email! Just click on the "Sign Up" tab in the magazine.

 

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The Department of English has a limited number of seats still available in these classes: ENGL 21500 Contemporary Topics in Science Fiction; ENGL 21900 Shakespeare; ENGL 25000 Translation:  The Art of Disguise; ENGL 26400 From Auschwitz to Argentina; ENGL 31200 Dramatic Literature II; ENGL 32400 Literature of the Bible; ENGL 39000 Metamorphoses:  Ovid to Rushdie.  ENGL 21900 and ENGL 31200 both currently convey ICC credit.

 

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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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The Office of International Programs is now reviewing applications to the London Center for Fall 2015. The deadline for Fall 2015 applications is Monday, March 2, but we will review complete applications on a rolling basis as they come in.

NOTE: we are expecting a large applicant pool for fall 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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 Men's and Women's crew have begun winter training.  There will be an information session for interested newcomers on Monday, January 19th at 5:30PM in the A&E Center main foyer.  This session is for anyone interested in finding out more about the men's and women's rowing team.  No experience is necessary.  This sport will teach you a new skill, get you into top physical condition, send you out onto Cayuga Lake, and offer an opportunity to travel and compete on a varsity level.  

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Do you want to move rooms?

Contributed by Linda Koenig on 01/16/2015 

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The Office of Residential Life would like to announce that Spring Waitlist Applications are available now in the Office of Residential Life.  

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Be a part of the biggest service event of the year on Saturday, January 24! We will continue to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by engaging in a variety of service projects in our local community.

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Is your student organization putting on some great educational programming between February 2 and spring break? The Student Leadership Institute is now accepting partner program submissions for its Block 3 workshops offerings.

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Look out for our OL/SLC  Superhero and Superheroine advertisements early next semester!

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Look out for our Superhero and Superheroine advertisements early next semester!

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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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