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 Hello Student Organizations! It's that time of the Spring Semester again: The Fall Funding Process!

The Fall Funding Process will be open from April 1st, 12PM-April 20th, 10PM. The Fall Funding Process Meeting will be on Saturday, April 26th, at 1PM in the Cayuga Lake Meeting Room.

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The African Students Association invites you to join us at the opening event of Africa Week. Our inaugural speaker, Dr. Mukoma Wa Ngugi, a novelist, poet, and literary scholar from Kenya, and currently a professor at Cornell University, will discuss topics surrounding our theme: "celebrating our ancestors." The event will take place in Clark Lounge at 7pm. SLI credit is available!

Africa Week will take place between March 31st and April 5th, this upcoming week! This year our theme is: "Celebrating Our Ancestors" in honor of our predecessors who have helped shape Africa into the beautiful and rich continent that it is today.

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Leading @IC Presents: Be BOLD!


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Leading @IC is offering a limited time mini-series on transitioning your student organization.

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Leading @IC is here to help out with all transitioning needs! 

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The North Korean people are overcoming one of the greatest issues facing humanity today.

On April 16th, 2014, a grassroots non-profit organization called Liberty in North Korea will be bringing a new, interactive presentation to Ithaca College. LiNK works to redefine North Korea by focusing on the people while rescuing and providing resettlement support to North Korean refugees and pursuing an end to the North Korean crisis. This presentation is unlike any other the organization has done before, and it will go over the history of the North Korean crisis, what challenges the North Korean people face, and what the people are doing to overcome those challenges. Through the event, attendees will learn how they can help empower the North Korean people to accelerate these changes.

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International Club of Ithaca College and Feminists United are collaborating to bring IC an enriching opportunity to discuss global commodity chains and social justice. Guest speaker Bhavani Arabandi, assistant professor from the department of sociology, will give a talk on gender roles and globalization.

Come join us for the stories behind the products that are designed, manufactured, and marketed around the world through global commodity chains. There will be refreshments and comfortable seating.

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IC Challah for Hunger is selling challah Friday’s in Campus Center from 11-2pm every week! Flavors include regular, chocolate chip, and cinnamon sugar and cinnamon sugar raisin. The proceeds will be donated to genocide relief in Darfur through American Jewish World Service (AJWS) and the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.

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IC After Dark's Jukebox Jive is tonight in IC Square from 8:00pm-11:00pm. Check us out at our table in campus center today from 10:00am-3:00pm to find out more information!

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 Just when you thought college basketball was over for the year, here’s another tournament!


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The IC Greens are currently working to get signatures to ban single-use plastic bags and single-use plastic water bottles from being distributed by any vendor on campus. This will help Ithaca College promote sustainability. Sign the petition online by following the link below:

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On March 30th, 2014, the IC Greens will host a Political Student Organization Summit. This is the 1st monthly political/social organization summit at Ithaca College where different events and ideas can be discussed, and all these organizations can come together to work collectively to further causes and promote shared values. This will also allow organizations to share information about their upcoming events, so better scheduling and planning can occur. This event will be held at 3pm in the Taughannock Falls Room on the top floor of the Campus Center.

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Turn off your lights for an hour in honor of sustainability and come join the IC Greens for refreshments and good face-to-face social interactions around a bonfire! 8pm on the Campus Center Quad (between the campus center and the fitness center)! From 8pm-10pm! Bring your friends, too!

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Come learn about bike mechanics right on-campus with Bomber Bikes!

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LEAP is a non-profit education foundation that annually organizes a youth leadership program held at UCLA.  Each year, hundreds of students travel from across the globe to attend LEAP’s week-long program dedicated to helping young adults uncover the “real-life” skills needed to achieve great success.

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What does it mean to be a person of faith here at Ithaca College?

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 Please come to our Rush Night on Monday March 31st at 7:00pm in Taughannock Falls room in Campus Center

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Do felons have the right to vote? How about those convicted of misdemeanors?

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Are you involved with an IC organization focused on access to resources, sustainability, or human rights? Many groups on campus share similar goals and objectives in their mission statements, and the impact of their efforts multiple exponentially when cross-collaboration occurs. That's why Food for Thought is partnering with any and all organizations falling under these categories to create a combined calendar. Here, students, e-boards, and members of the community can see what's happening, when, where, and why. More importantly, we hope it will allow student orgs to take advantage of common ground and help one another with important initiatives.

Check out the link below, and add your organization's meetings and events to the list! 

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