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Volume 23, No. 9       January 22, 2001

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‘Reverberations’ features African Music and More

The yearlong lecture and performance series "Reverberations: Music of the African Diaspora" begins its spring offerings with three exciting February programs.

Christopher Harper Receives Fulbright Teaching Fellowship

The TV-R professor and the College’s first Roy H. Park Distinguished Chair in Communications will spend the spring term at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland.

Fitness Center Wins National Architecture Showcase Award

The Ithaca College Fitness Center was one of 10 athletic and recreation facilities across the United States and Canada to be named a "facility of merit" for the year 2000 by Athletic Business magazine.

Handwerker to Feature Faculty Photography

Works by members of the photography faculty in the Roy H. Park School of Communications will be displayed in A Priori, the first show of the spring semester at the Handwerker Gallery..

Ithaca College Student Wins Regional Theater Award

Christopher Daly, a senior theatrical production arts major, won the Barbizon Award for Theatrical Design Excellence in Lighting at the Kennedy Center/American College Theater Festival regional competition, held at Carnegie Mellon University in early January.

‘Living with AIDS’ Panel Slated

The Handwerker Gallery Critical Forum series will feature a talk on Thursday, December 7, by art critic and theorist Carol Duncan. Her lecture, "Death in the Museum," will be held at 5:00 p.m. in the gallery. It is free and open to the public..

Ithaca College In Award-Winning Partnership

Partners in Intergenerational Living and Learning –– a cooperative program between the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute, Longview, Tompkins Community Action Head Start, and the Elizabeth Ann Clune Montessori School––received an honorable mention in the 2000 Mutual of America Community Partnership Award competition.

Books Donated by IC Employees

Several hundred books were donated by Ithaca College employees as part of the Give the Gift of Family Reading drive.

Knotty Issues to Be Explored in Gender Inequality Talk

"Unraveling the Gender Knot" will be the topic on Wednesday, February 7, in a talk by Allan Johnson, author of The Gender Knot: Unraveling, Our Patriarchal Legacy.


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Calendar of Events

Principal events on campus December 4–14.

Andrejs Ozolins, Ithaca College Office of Publications.19. Jan. 2001