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Need a Haircut?

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 02/23/18 

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Save the Date - Monday, March 5th!!!

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What Would Vashti Do?

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 02/23/18 

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Join us for a most special evening- a collaboration between Ithaca College Hillel and the Ithaca College Alumni Association as we welcome 2005 IC grad Sheila Katz Vice President of Hillel International and creator of Ask Big Questions.  

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 Submitted on behalf of Linda Petrosino, Provost & Vice President for Educational Affairs

The Office of the Provost and Vice President for Educational Affairs would like to invite all members of the campus community to an art exhibition and reception on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 from 3:30-5:00 p.m. on the 3rd floor of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center, Office of the Provost.

Come join us and celebrate the exceptional artwork of Ithaca College students, speak to some of the artists, and view a wide range of impressive creativity and imagination. 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact the Provost’s Office at (607) 274-7918 as soon as possible.

Our Middle States Review Team will be visiting campus on February 26th - 28th. During that time there will be open sessions for students, faculty and staff to meet with members of the review team and talk about their experiences working, living and learning at Ithaca College.

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Our Middle States Review Team will be visiting campus on February 26th - 28th. During that time there will be open sessions for students, faculty and staff to meet with members of the review team and talk about their experiences working, living and learning at Ithaca College.

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SAVE THE DATE! On Thursday, March 1st 4:15-5:45 pm in Business 301, we'll gather to discuss new work by Jonathan Baldo (Eastman School of Music, Humanities Department) and Christopher Matusiak (Ithaca College, English). Chris and Jonathan will circulate papers ahead of the event, sharing their current work on Stuart theater history (Chris) and memory and forgetting in Shakespeare's works (Jonathan). 

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Please read this entire notification as it contains information to assist you in the Windows 10 upgrade of your college owned Windows-based personal computer.

PC's subject to the Windows 10 upgrade MUST be on campus and connected to either Ithaca College wireless or via Ethernet cable. Ethernet cable is strongly suggested and preferred.

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 This spring break, the Ithaca College Catholic Community is traveling to the Romero Center in Camden NJ where we will participate in their Urban Challenge Program. Students who volunteer will work at social service programs like soup kitchens or after school programs. 

All students are welcome to participate! 

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Sunday Mass Schedule

Contributed by John Morton on 02/23/18 

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 All are welcome to attend Mass on Sunday at 1 pm and 8 pm in Muller Chapel to celebrate the Second Sunday of Lent. 

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Submitted on behalf of IC dietitian nutritionist Cathy J. Saloff-Coste, MS, RDN, CDN, CEDRD

If you’ve been following this Intercom series during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, you know that it’s not always obvious if someone is heading toward developing an eating disorder, or even if they are living with a full-blown eating disorder. You may know someone who shows clear signs of having an eating disorder, or you may recognize the signs in yourself. Where do you start to get help? 

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 The Women's and Gender Studies Program is bringing Shahan Bellamy to campus as our Dissertation Diversity Scholar candidate.  Shahan is a doctoral candidate in the Women's and Gender Studies Program at Arizona State University.  His research meets at the intersections of feminist theory, Black trans* studies, queer of color critique, and masculinity studies.  His most recent project titled "Tumblr Saved my Life": An interdisciplinary investigation of how Black trans-masculinity operates through Tumblr uses participatory ethnography to learn about the lives of Black transgender men.  

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You can now find important dates and up-to-date information about orientation and Fall Welcome on the community resource website.

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Using WebCRD class

Contributed by Julie Kingsley on 02/22/18 

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Learn how best to submit your orders and have any questions you may have answered by Glen Harris and Tonya Hulbert.

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Sheila Katz, 2005 IC Graduate and Vice President of Student Engagement and Leadership at Hillel International, will lead a dynamic lunch-and-learn event on Friday, March 2nd at 12pm in Taughannock Falls Room.  Walk away with a deeper understanding of Generation Z's hopes and fears and what it means for a new generation of students to live and learn on our campus.

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Staying alive is the most important component of any movement focused on combating systemic oppression. Too often, our emotional and physical wellness become sacrificed in movements aimed at resisting these oppressive forces, but this is unsustainable. Building a more equitable and just world will take commitment to healing individually from our emotional distress.

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 On behalf of Dave Weil, Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Information Technology 

As many of you may know, Bill Liddick, Associate Director for Enterprise Application Architecture for Information Technology will be leaving the college at the end of this week to pursue his passion of helping people grow and improve their work.

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Staples has notified us that paper prices will be increasing 8%, again, effective April 1, 2018 for all paper products listed on their punchout in Unimarket due to changing market conditions in the paper industry.

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Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) has a great new look and still offers great services, including a monthly newsletter. This month's NexGen EAP Newsletter focuses on getting organized and stressing less. Read it today by clicking here

The Middle States Review Team will be visiting campus February 26th - 28th. During that time there will be open sessions for students, faculty and staff to meet with members of the review team and talk about their experiences working, living and learning at Ithaca College.

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What Would Vashti Do?

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 02/22/18 

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Join us for a most special evening- a collaboration between Ithaca College Hillel and the Ithaca College Alumni Association as we welcome 2005 IC grad Sheila Katz Vice President of Hillel International and creator of Ask Big Questions.  

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