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The Office of Residential Life will be offering a new specialty housing option for fall 2008. A pilot of a gender-neutral housing community will be offered on the odd-numbered side of the second floor in Eastman Hall.

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Summer orientation dates have been determined and are as follows:

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Please note some exciting updates to the MLK Day Schedule. Two academic workshops have been added to the morning from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.; Tammy Shapiro from the Park School will present on the topic, "Anti-Arab and Anti Muslim Racism in the U.S. Media"; and John Hickey and John Henderson from the library will present on the topic of "MLK, The Struggle for Civil Rights and Ithaca: Researching Your Past and Evaluating What You Find." More information about both presentations is included in the full schedule detailed below.

It's not too late to register to attend any of these events.
Go online to /csli/forms/mlkday.htm to pre-register to attend any of the events scheduled for that day.

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MC Lyte, who was raised in Brooklyn, New York, has had a successful career in the entertainment business. Lyte was one of the first female rappers to bring attention to the sexism and misleading notions about women that often run rampant in hip-hop. We're excited to have this activist and prominent hip-hop icon serve as our breakfast keynote speaker for the first all-day celebration of MLK Day on January 21, 2008.

Go online to./csli/forms/mlkday.htm to pre-register to attend any of the events scheduled for that day.

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The Office of Multicultural Affairs is pleased to announce that John W. Rawlins, III has been selected as the new Assistant Director for the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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