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Volume 24, No. 10       February 4, 2002

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College to Host Louis Massiah for Black History Month

Documentary filmmaker Louis Massiah, whose work includes an episode in the Emmy Award–winning series Eyes on the Prize II, will be spending three days on campus in February as this year’s Office of Multicultural Affairs distinguished artist in residence.

Musicians from the Irish World Music Centre to Give Free Concert

Five student musicians from the Irish World Music Centre at the University of Limerick will collaborate with students from the School of Music in a free program of chamber music on Wednesday, February 13.

Ithaca College Theatre to Present Three One-Act Operas

Ithaca College Theatre and the Ithaca College School of Music will team up to offer six presentations in the Hoerner Theatre of Three Operas, a compilation of one-act operas by Mozart, Barber, and Vaughan Williams.

Alumni Artists Series Presents the Chicago Chamber Musicians

Gail Williams, a 1973 graduate of the School of Music and a founding member of the Chicago Chamber Musicians, will perform with five fellow members of that ensemble in a free concert.

Joel Savishinsky to Talk On the Art of Retirement

The Charles A. Dana Professor in the Social Sciences, will present "Zen and the Art of Retirement: How People Face Change in Later Life" on Thursday, February 7.

Expert on Children and Media Violence to Speak

Joanne Cantor, the author of numerous publications on children and the mass media, will present "From Bambi to Bin Laden: Mass Media and Children’s Fears" on Tuesday, February 12.

Winners of 2001 IC Choice Awards Announced

Thirteen individuals and one group were selected to receive the latest IC Choice Awards, a program developed to recognize employees making significant contributions to the College community and to establish a system for rewarding outstanding employees that is separate from the annual review process.

Appointments Made in Student Affairs and Campus Life Division

The "acting" designations have been removed from the titles of two longtime administrators in the student affairs and campus life division.

Faculty Recital to Feature ‘Three Pianos and a Tenor’

Tenor Edward Swenson, a professor of music history, will team up with fortepianist Gary Kirkpatrick, an assistant professor of music at William Paterson University, for a free concert of songs from the romantic lieder repertoire.

Trumpeter Allen Vizzutti to Give Free Concert

Renowned Hollywood studio trumpeter Allen Vizzutti will bring his versatile musicianship to Ford Hall for a free concert on Friday, February 15, at 8:15 p.m. He will be assisted by pianist Laura Vincent Vizzutti.



Editor: Keith Davis
Writers: Erik Kibelsbeck, Dave Maley
Publisher: Office of Public Information

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Andrejs Ozolins, Ithaca College Office of Publications. 31. Jan. 2002