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Contributed by Nancy Reynolds on 11/16/2014
"Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in & day out."
Read this article in November's issue of SH101:
Other articles to check out in this issue include:
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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 31200 Dramatic Literature II; ENGL 32400 Literature of the Bible; ENGL 39000 Metamorphoses: Ovid to Rushdie. ENGL 21900 and ENGL 31200 both convey ICC credit.
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Contributed by Paul Deamer on 11/14/2014
An information session for the short term study abroad trip to China, from May 18-June 2, 2015, is planned for Tuesday, November 18th, from 12:10 - 1 pm in Business 204.
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 11/14/2014
First Class letter mail and periodicals (except for Circle Apartment residents) will be held at the Mail Center located in the Public Safety/General Services building. You may stop down between 8am and 5pm, Nov. 24-26 to check for mail.
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Contributed by Michelle Holt on 11/14/2014
Get the shot, not the Flu!!
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Contributed by Stewart Auyash on 11/14/2014
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Contributed by Kurt Lichtmann on 11/13/2014
How to find I.C. SPR 2015 Salsa Dance and Ballroom Dance Classes to Pre-Register in Schedulizer & Homerconnect
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Contributed by Matt Morgan on 11/13/2014
The Ithaca College Athletic Training Education Program is extremely excited to announce the signing of a student exchange agreement with the Institute for Technology, Carlow Ireland.
The program makes Ithaca College one of just a few undergraduate ATEPs in the nation to have an affiliated clinical site and academic exchange program in Europe, and perhaps anywhere outside the United States.
Unlike many other study abroad programs, this agreement features an "athletic training" program of study and clinical education component similar to what is done in the US.
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The Department of English will be offering a wide variety of ICC-designated courses in the spring of 2015, listed below.
Please feel free to contact department chair Dan Breen (email@example.com) with any questions.
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Contributed by Teri Reinemann on 11/13/2014
You are invited to join HEARD, Human Expression Through Arts: A Resident Development Program, that brings creative arts to incarcerated youth.
When: Tuesday, November 18
Where: Williams 225
Time: 5:30-6:30 pm
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Does your spending need a reality check? Read this article in this month's issue of Student Health 101
Contributed by Nancy Reynolds on 11/12/2014
"Our spending habits have consequences that go beyond our immediate financial dilemmas (can I afford to go out tonight?) and reverberate through our futures."
In this article from November's issue of SH101, you will find:
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Contributed by Becky Robinson on 11/12/2014
Men’s and women’s crew have begun winter training. Many of the work-out sessions are on campus. There are opportunites for the spring team. No experience is necessary. Contact us or visit a practice if you are interested. 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.
Contact a coach at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the crew office, #140A, A. & E. Center, any weekday before winter break. Call us at 274-1266. This is an opportunity to get into a life-changing activity. Opportunity knocks!
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact OSEMA at 274-3222.
Contributed by Gordon Rowland on 11/12/2014
Taking any three of the four IICC mini-courses will count for the Inquiry, Imagination, and Innovation or World of Systems theme, and as a Humanities or Social Science perspective, regardless of when you take them over your four-year career. For example, you could take one mini-course each semester for the next three semesters.
Also, the mini-courses are open to all students, whether taken to satisfy an ICC requirement or not.
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The Student Leadership Institute offers sessions in one of four tracks; Leading Self, Leading Others, Leading at IC and Leading in a Diverse World. Below are a few of the sessions being offered next week.
Please remember to sign up on OrgSync at least 48 hours in advance. If you can no longer attend a session please click ‘no’ to un-RSVP or email email@example.com in order to open up your spot to another student. Thank you!
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As Saturday's game approaches, the anticipation for the Cortaca Jug is felt throughout campus. This tradition is something that we as a football team look forward to year round. We take pride in representing our legacy and the Ithaca College student body against our opponents, especially Cortland.
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The program in Jewish Studies is pleased to offer four courses this Spring semester!
Hebrew Scriptures JWST/RLST 10300 MW 4:00-5:15pm (Cynthia Hogan)
Judaism JWST/RLST 20300 TR 4:00-5:15 pm (Cynthia Hogan)
From Auschwitz to Argentina ENGL/JWST 26400 MWF 3-3:50 pm (Annette Levine)
Seminar in Comparative and International Studies: Political Implications of the Holocaust POLT 40103 W 4-6:30 (Donald Beachler)
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