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The Center for Academic Advancement announces that the following offices will have limited drop-in availability during Thanksgiving Break:

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If you will be studying abroad in the winter or spring of 2015 on an affiliated, non-affiliated, or exchange program, and you have not yet met an adviser in the Office of International Programs (OIP) to go over required Ithaca College paperwork, please be sure to schedule an appointment ASAP. In addition to meeting with an adviser in the OIP, all students going abroad on an affiliated, non-affiliated, or exchange program must attend two study abroad orientations.

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Seats are still available for the spring 2015 semester in a number of newly designated  ICC courses.

ICC Identities Theme:
ARTH28300  American Visual Culture: 1690-1960 (CA)
ENGL21900 Shakespeare (HM)
THEA19601 The Others: Class, Race, and Gender in Drama and Performance (CA, HM)

ICC Inquiry, Imagination, and Innovation Theme:
ENGL21900 Shakespeare (HM)

ICC Power and Justice Theme:
THEA19601 The Others: Class, Race, and Gender in Drama and Performance (CA, HM)

ICC Capstone:
MGMT42100 Strategic Management

To register or obtain full course information, go to HomerConnect.

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Are you looking to do something exciting next summer? Consider one of Ithaca College's summer study abroad programs! During Summer 2015, we will be offering a variety of programs across the globe. Summer study abroad is a great way to expand your horizons and satisfy degree requirements without missing a full semester on campus!

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We are a nonprofit on-campus organization that supports media literacy integration into K- College classrooms by providing media literacy materials, curricula, and workshops for educators.  Join our team in this Spring in Promotions and Marketing or Sustainability Curriculum Development to help promote critical thinking and media literacy skills for our diverse international audience.

We accept internships between 1 and 3 credits, and the hours are flexible.

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Our partners at Zimride by Enterprise are giving away an iPad Mini, FitBit Zip and Amazon gift cards!  Post a ride in November and be automatically entered to win. 

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 Looking for a fun and enriching way to start your fall semester?

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 “The BOLD Conference ignited my professional development and pushed me to start thinking critically about preparing for my life after IC” – Kyle James’16 Integrated Marketing Communications

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Tinder or J-Swipe: the Guide to the Perplexed

Wednesday, November 19th at 7 pm in the Fishbowl in Campus Center.

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Native American Student Association will host a social featuring the Allegany River Dancers on Thursday, November 20, at 7:00pm in Emerson Suites. DINNER IS PROVIDED!

The Allegany River Indian Dancers are a Native American dance group that showcases the traditional songs and dances of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Indians. The general performances incorporate many aspects of Native American culture.

The Seneca language and culture pertaining to the origin of the songs and dances are shared in the program narratives. All performers wear traditional Native American regalia. All the music is performed live and the show is as educational as it is entertaining.  

One highlight of the show is the Iroquois Smoke Dance, a very fast contest dance. Also featured is the Hoop Dance, a beautiful story telling dance in which the dancer uses hoops to make various designs and shapes to represent birds, animals and themes from nature.

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This lively, engaging, and content-based presentation will give an overview of the history of this very misunderstood holiday.  Based on the only primary source documents that chronicle the “First Thanksgiving”, participants will learn accurate and culturally appropriate information about the English settlers at Plimoth and the Wampanoag, the Native people who inhabited that area.

Where: Textor 103

When: Tuesday, November 18, 7:00pm

The presentation will discuss the actual events of 1621 including the feast, the relationship between the English settlers and the Wampanoag and how this story became the holiday we know today.  The concept of thanksgiving held by many Native Americans will be emphasized throughout.

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"Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in & day out."

Read this article in November's issue of SH101:

  • To discover why exercising with a partner or in a group works
  • To learn about different ways to get into group workouts (Joining online groups, getting good deals at local fitness facilities, etc.)
  • To find out four ways to help friends get active 


Other articles to check out in this issue include:

  • Fast-check the FLU 
  • Understanding Depression 
  • Does your spending need a reality check?
  • and many more!

Here's the link:

Have a good read.


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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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Human Expression Through Arts: A Resident Development Program (HEARD) brings creative arts programs to area incarcerated youth. Learn how you can get involved.

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Register for the Biomaterials, Medicine, and Health Course to learn more about materials that we use on and in the human body to enhance health and wellness.  

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Curious about the separation of church and state? How religion gets covered in news media? How to think carefully and critically about religion as it manifests in our public lives?

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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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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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Get the shot, not the Flu!!

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