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Holy Week Schedule

Contributed by John Morton on 04/09/19 

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The Catholic Community will be offering the following services during Holy Week this year. All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend. 

Palm Sunday- Sun. April 14 at 8 PM- Muller Chapel 

Holy Thursday- Thurs. April 18 at 8 PM- Muller Chapel 

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 All students, faculty and staff are invited to start Holy Week with Catholic Mass on Palm Sunday this Sunday April 14 at 8 PM in Muller Chapel. 


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 The Catholic Community will be hosting an Easter Potluck dinner on Sunday, April 21 at 5:30 in the Circles Community Building. If you can't make it home for Easter dinner, join us for food and fun! To RSVP, email campus minister John Morton at 

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The on-campus Food Pantry will be open again on Thursday, April 11th, Noon-1pm.

The Pantry is located in the DeMotte Room (you can enter using the entrance to Phillips Hall closest to the upper quads - near the stairs that go up to the academic quad). The Pantry is open to any and all members of the IC community. There are no qualifications for this program.

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Ithaca College distinguished visiting professor A. Van Jordan will deliver a poetry reading this Saturday, April 13, from 3-4 p.m. at the Tompkins County Public Library in downtown Ithaca.

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Plowbreak Farm, owned and operated by Kara Cusolito '08 and Aaron Munzer '08, will again be offering locally grown vegetable CSA shares to the Ithaca College community, with a convenient pick-up site at the Peggy R. Williams Center on Wednesdays, and a downtown pickup on Thursdays at the Westy, a local beer garden. The farm is located in Hector, about twenty miles from the college, and grows six acres of produce in fields and greenhouses that overlook Seneca Lake.

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 Each week, the office of New Student & Transition Programs will be sharing our responses to our most frequently asked Orientation questions. Our hope is increase awareness and understanding around this new program and why it is beneficial to our incoming students. 

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Student Accessibility Services is seeking volunteer proctors to support students with accommodations during finals week.

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Student Accessibility Services is seeking volunteer proctors to support students with accommodations during finals week.

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Robert Ryan professor in the Humanities at Ithaca College lecture by Dr. Rachel Wagner, Associate Professor of Religion. April 11th at 4pm in Clark Lounge. Refreshments will be provided. 

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The Women’s Mentoring Network is pleased to announce an exciting event titled “Women Leaders in Higher Education Fireside Chat” featuring three women leaders at Ithaca College. Join your colleagues for a lively discussion that will dive into topics and issues related to being a woman leader in higher education

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Ithaca College is pleased to announce a new award for faculty made possible by the generous gift of Gloria Hobbs, Honorary Alumna & Trustee of Ithaca College.

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 Our study needs infants between 8 and 14 months of age who are currently crawling!


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Eden Dodge, a junior Integrated Marketing Communications major at Ithaca College, has been selected to progress to the national finals in the Washington Media Scholars Case Competition!

After successfully competing in the qualifying round of the contest, the top 30 teams were chosen to contend in the semi-final round. Eden and her teammate (Olivia Winslow, a student at Anderson University) created a media plan that was reviewed by an expert panel of judges and chosen as one of the best in the nation. The team was one of only six selected to advance to compete this summer in Washington, D.C. for the National Excellence in Media Award and $16,000 in scholarships.The finalist teams have also earned a week of networking and training with media professionals from organizations such as POLITICO, Google, iHeart Media, and The Washington Post, with all expenses paid by the Washington Media Scholars Foundation. The final competition will take place at the end of the week, on June 13.

Congratulations to Eden and her competition advisor Dr. Farman. Good luck at nationals!


(The following message is being posted on behalf of Ernie McClatchie, Executive Director of Facilities Maintenance, Grounds & Transportation) 

After 31 years of dedicated service to the Ithaca College community, Morgan Swanhart will be retiring from his position as Supervisor of Transportation on April 12th.  His contributions to the campus, although invisible to many, have been great and thoroughly appreciated by all. Morgan has seen the campus fleet grow exponentially over his years, always working to provide the best service possible. 

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Senior AT Major, Katelyn Dolan will have her trip to the 2019 NATA Annual Convention in Las Vegas, NV paid for by the National Athletic Trainers' Association. Due to her incredible leadership and professional accomplishments as an undergraduate association member, Katie is being awarded the Bobby Gunn Student Leadership Award, the only winner from District 2 of the NATA.

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The Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (SLPA) in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance (HSHP) is pleased to announce that their graduate education program in speech-language pathology was recently granted Continued Accreditation by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA).

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The 73nd annual Eastern Colleges Science Conference (ECSC) was held at Manhattan College on Saturday, April 6, 2019 in Riverdale, NY. Attended by Professor Susan Allen-Gil and 5 of her research students. (Lucas Jacasin, Thomas Minett, Professor Susan Allen-Gil, Julia Keene, Bruce Franz and Jackson Cedrone)


Dive into the spirit of Passover through the timeless themes of liberation and storytelling. Eat, toast, and imagine your way through the cultures of Morocco, Ethiopia, the Former Soviet Union, and Sarajevo as you uncover the stories of these communities and share your own.

Hillel's Interfaith Seder will be held on Saturday, April 20th at 12 noon in Muller Chapel.

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The evening of Friday, April 19th marks the beginning of Passover. Please join Hillel and Chabad at Kosher Dining in Terraces Dining Hall at 8:00 pm for a free seder together with your IC family!   

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