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Volume 25, No. 11       February 17, 2003

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Guitar Festival to Feature Virtuoso David Tanenbaum

The highlight of the sixth annual Winter Guitar Festival --- an offering of expositions, master classes, and solo and ensemble recitals running the weekend of February 22 and 23 --- will be a concert by internationally renowned guitarist David Tanenbaum.

New Online Publication to Replace 'Ithaca College News'

An online publication designed to keep the staff and faculty connected with the College and with one another will replace the Ithaca College News. Named intercom, it will include news and information of importance to the College community and allow faculty and staff to contribute their own stories and access other advanced features.

Federal Grant Will Strengthen the Center for Life Skills

Developed through the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, the Center for Life Skills at Longview has been providing rehabilitation therapies to area residents suffering from strokes and other chronic neurological disorders.

Ithaca College Theatre Presents 'Die Fledermaus'

Ithaca College Theatre and the Ithaca College School of Music will present Die Fledermaus, Johann Strauss's comedic opera of secrets, misconceptions, and masquerading.

AIDS Memorial Quilt Will Be on Display

One hundred twenty-eight panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display in the Emerson Suites from February 23 to 27.

Faculty Member to Discuss the Healing Possibilities of Hypnotism

Richard Schissel, associate professor of speech-language pathology and audiology, will speak on "Hypnosis for Better Health and Healing," the fourth talk in the Integrative Health Studies Speaker Series.

New Interdisciplinary Program

The new minor in integrative health studies is designed to provide students an opportunity to study alternative and complementary health modalities from a variety of medical, philosophical, anthropological, social, economic, and cultural perspectives.

Master Class in Broadcast Journalism

Award - winning broadcast journalist Larry Kane will present a master class for students, faculty, and staff in the Roy H. Park School of Communications on Wednesday, February 26.

Jewish Spirituality Expert Speaks

Nehemia Polen, professor of Jewish thought and director of the Hasidic Text Institute at Boston's Hebrew College, will visit the College on Monday, February 24, to deliver the 2003 Distinguished Holocaust Lecture.

Black History Month Screening

As part of Ithaca College's celebration of Black History Month, the HBO docudrama Boycott will be shown on Thursday, February 20, in Park Hall Auditorium.


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

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Andrejs Ozolins, Ithaca College Office of Publications. 12 March, 2003