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THURSDAY, MAY 24
    WORKSHOP:
  • "Aging and Creativity," a daylong conference exploring how art enhances the lives of older adults; 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Campus Center (registration is required; call (607) 274-1965).





ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

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FRIDAY, MAY 18
    MUSIC:
  • "Out of Africa: Popular Music of the Americas," the 34th annual Commencement Eve Concert directed by Dana Wilson, featuring the Ithaca College Wind Ensemble, Steel Band, Jazz Workshop, and Choir and the Amani Gospel Singers; 8:30 p.m., Ben Light Gymnasium.


CONTINUING EXHIBIT
    "Annual Senior...

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Ithaca, NY--Jim Malek, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Ithaca College since 1998, has announced that he has accepted a comparable position at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. He will begin his new duties there in mid-August.

"I lived in Florida before coming to Ithaca, and the opportunity to return as vice president for academic affairs and provost at...

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Ithaca, NY--A Comprehensive Environmental Plan has been adopted by Ithaca College. The plan--which was unveiled by President Peggy R. Williams on April 23 as part of campus Earth Day activities--states the institution's commitment to environmental responsibility and identifies general goals and strategies for the College to strive for in its practices.
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Ithaca, NY--Mary Jo Larsen worked as a biomedical illustrator at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine for 20 years. The work demanded structure, discipline, and attention to detail. After retiring in 1989, she relocated to Ithaca, began studying watercolors, and developed an expressive, free-flowing style. She now exhibits her paintings throughout central New York and serves as the...

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