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Volume 23, No. 7       November 13, 2000

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Ithaca College Theatre to Present Horton Foote’s ‘Lily Dale

Performances in the Clark Theatre in the Dillingham Center for the Performing Arts will run November 30 – December 2 and December 5–9, with a preview on Wednesday, November 29.

Hewlett Foundation Grant Awarded

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has awarded Ithaca College a three-year, $150,000 grant that will support the use of digital technology to develop collaborative research experiences for students taking advanced courses in the humanities.

AIDS Quilt on Display

Visitors had an opportunity to view 128 panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt on display from October 30 to November 2 in the Emerson Suites.

Economic Center to Sponsor Workshop for Area Teachers

The Southern Tier Center for Economic Education (STCEE), based at Ithaca College, will hold a workshop on Thursday, November 16, for area social studies teachers interested in learning how to better integrate economics principles and practices into their middle school and high school classrooms.

College Community Asked to Help Out Two Worthy Causes

The Interfaith Religious Council and the Staff Council’s Caring and Sharing Committee are once again teaming up for two special charitable efforts — the "Emergency Relief Fund" and the "Happier Holidays" project — both of which are funneled through Muller Chapel.

Two Communications Students Receive Advertising Scholarships

Melissa Antunes ’01 and Jessica Cox ’01 from the Roy H. Park School of Communications have received Advertising Women of New York Scholarship Awards, given each year by the Advertising Women of New York Foundation.

‘Ithacan’ Named the Country’s Best Student Weekly

The Society of Professional Journalists has awarded Ithaca College’s student newspaper, the Ithacan, a Mark of Excellence Award for the best all-around weekly student newspaper in the country for the 1999–2000 academic year.

Workshop Slated on Doctor-Patient Communications

Local allied health professionals are invited to attend a two-hour training workshop titled "Doctor-Patient Communication: A Critical Link to Malpractice Risk," on Wednesday, November 15, in the north meeting room of Egbert Hall, from 10:00 a.m. to noon.

First Rod Serling Internship Given to Ithaca College Senior

Eric Bennett, a cinema and photography major at Ithaca College, has been awarded the first Rod Serling Internship in Writing for Television.


A periodic compilation of references to Ithaca College in the media.

Andrejs Ozolins, Ithaca College Office of Publications. 9. Nov. 2000