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Come hear from Maki Inada, an IC biology professor, who is a survivor of non-smoker's lung cancer! She will be giving a presentation on her battle with cancer.

The event is Thursday, November 21 at 6 p.m. in the Taughannock Falls Room.

To register for SLI credit, go here:

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Still need a rally towel for Cortaca? Come to Campus Center!

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 Want to be a part of one of the most spirited executive boards on campus?

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 Join our Class Council!

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Did you forget to pick up your Cortaca ticket?

Don't want to pay a ridiculous amount for a ticket?

Do you want a safe environment to supporting your favorite team?

FWD: Fun Without Drinking will be hosting an ALTERNATIVE CORTACA event on Saturday, November 16th from 11:30-4pm in Taughannock Falls Room! 

This event is FREE! There will be FREE FOOD, GAMES, PRIZES, and we will be LIVE-STREAMING THE GAME.  


Fun Without Drinking (referred to as "forward") is a group for Ithaca College students who are looking to have Fun Without Drinking.  The goal of this group is to allow individuals to meet others who share similar beliefs to establish friendships and alternative activities. We have weekly meetings and host activities on the weekends. 

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 - Have you ever felt that you were judged in sports based on your skin color?
- Is there a reason why you were never picked first in gym class?
- Where you the "token" player of the team?
- What does it mean to be an Asian American Athlete?

Well, in this week's meeting, Asian American Alliance is going to discuss on how Asian Americans are portrayed in sports. From stereotypes to masculinity, there is actually a deep issue that many people of color faces when it comes to sports. 

So come this Thursday at 7pm in Williams 313 to help shed light to this issue.

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 Join our Class Council to be a part of the Class of 2016!

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All are welcome to attend Food for Thought's meeting in Friends to discuss the implications of domestic child trafficking. This is a serious issue that happens even in New York State. Don't miss out on this important discussion.

Food for Thought is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving children around the world who are denied access to basic living necessities, a quality education, and proper nutrition.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Zachary Briggs at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

"Are Those Your Kids?" featuring guest speaker Renee Hettich 

Come to the event of the year this Thursday, November 14th from 5:30-7 p.m. in Textor 101!

Families are made of all different shapes, sizes - and appearances. How do you respond to questions from friends and strangers when you look different than the rest of your family? Fear not, awkward questions are now a thing of the past!

Guest speaker Renee Hettich will address these questions and more at our biggest even of the year this Thursday. Whether you're a (prospective) adoptive parent, an adoptee or simply curious to learn more about adoption, this is an event you do NOT want to miss.

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 The month of November give dual possibilities for it is both Native American and  Hip Hop History Month. Therefore the African Latino Society in attempt to highlight and celebrate both we are hosting three interesting programs this week.

"The Art of Rap" Discussion

 ALS ROOM | 8:00-9:00PM
Thursday, NOVEMBER 14th 
"The Intersections of Hip Hop" General Body Meeting ALS ROOM | 8:00-9:00PM

"Native American Identities in Hip Hop" Showcase!! featuring 


IC Breakers
and more! 

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She's the First *Ithaca raised $1,176.48 during Cupcake Week! 

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 Hey, IC students! Applications for IC After Dark's E-board are due this Friday, November 15th!

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 Want to be a part of one of the most spirited executive boards on campus? I apply to help be a part of the team that makes IC Spirit week happen!

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Imprint Magazine is hosting a creative writing contest for students at ANY college or university, regardless of location, with a CASH PRIZE for first place in each category!

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 What does the cross mean to you? 

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Do you want to know how to make your student organization as professional as it can be? 

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The Fire Sermon

Contributed by Kevin Walker on 11/10/2013 

The Buddha once said "The All is aflame."

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 Interested in the fast-paced world of communications?

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 Congratulations to the OTM Winners for October! These winners have shown true leadership and commitment to Ithaca College.  


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 NOVEMBER 18- 22, The Festival of Black Gospel is hosting a 50/50 Raffle.

Buy a ticket & whatever amount of money we collect, YOU can WIN HALF!

Tickets are on sale for $1( buy multiple to increase your chances) 

Winner will be notified by email on the 22nd!

To purchase tickets please email

Princess Akosah:

Winston Mayo: 

Harmony Graves: 

Faith Lambert: 

Adjoa Darien:


Come see us when we table in Egbert Hall...

Wednesday November 20th - 11 am- 3pm

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