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On 5/18, the theatre company Play for Voices presents a live listening session of their latest production, Friedrich Dürrenmatt's radio play “The Doppelgänger,” translated from German into English by Walter Byongsok Chon, Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies. The presentation will be at Be Electric Studios in Brooklyn at 7pm.

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The following message is being shared on behalf of Dr. Timothy Carey, Associate Vice President for Facilities

I am saddened to inform the campus community of the May 14 passing of Mr. Timothy Baird, an employee in the Facilities Department.  Tim joined Ithaca College in 2012 and was a hard-working and dedicated employee whose work assignments were within the residence halls.  His colleagues already miss Tim’s work ethic, his “students first” approach and his infectious laugh – traits that he brought to Bogart Hall on a daily basis.  Tim sincerely cared about students and wanted them to have the best experience possible.  He leaves a positive legacy on the department and College.

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During this time period, no parking permits will be required to park on campus.  Green, Red and Blue parking lot designations will not be enforced.

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The Main Office of  Dining Services will be open from 11:30AM until 4:30 PM on Monday, May 20th. All requests received after 4:30 PM today, May 17th, will be processed when the office opens on Monday.

Summer Dining hours of operation can be downloaded here.

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 Celebrate the class of 2019 at Baccalaureate Mass! This Mass will take place this Saturday May 18 at 7 PM in the Hockett Recital Hall in the Music School. 

All seniors, their families, students still on campus, faculty and staff are welcome to attend! 

This will be the only Catholic Mass on campus on graduation weekend. 

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The on-campus Food Pantry will be open again on Friday, May 17th 4-5pm.

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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The CFE is pleased to announce that Dr. Belisa González is the recipient of the inaugural President Shirley M. Collado Faculty Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Ithaca College Community. The award is given to a faculty member who embodies the vision and work of President Collado through an inclusive approach to educational practices of teaching, research, and leadership in the classroom, the campus, and the community. Belisa González has been working on making Ithaca College and our community a more equitable and inclusive place for all of us since her arrival on campus 12 years ago.  Please join us in congratulating Dr. González for receiving this timely and deserved recognition.

Zenon Wasyliw, professor Department of History, organized and chaired a panel that included two Ithaca College history alumni at the Association for the Study of Nationalities world convention held 2-4 May at Columbia University in New York City.

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As part of the recently-announced summer construction work, the IT Service Desk main entrance doors will be blocked off all day on Monday, 5/20.

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Please join me in congratulating our Mike Matheny Excellence in Clinical Education Award Winner for 2019, Clinical Associate Professor, Todd W. Lazenby, MA, ATC

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The Campus Life Awards Ceremony will be held at 2:30pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. Friends, mentors, and supporters of the award recipients are invited to attend the award presentations and reception.

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During this time period, no parking permits will be required to park on campus.  Green, Red and Blue parking lot designations will not be enforced.

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 All seniors, their families, students, faculty and staff are invited to attend Catholic Baccalaureate Mass to celebrate the class of 2019 on Sat. May 18 at 7 PM in the Hockett Recital Hall in the music school. 

This will be the only Mass on campus on Commencement Weekend. Father Dan McMullin will preside. 

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The IT Service Desk will have reduced hours over summer break, and will not be offering evening or Sunday hours during that time.

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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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The Experiential Learning Alliance (ELA) invites professional and administrative support staff who supervise student employees to our third program, the "I SEE SUPERvision Retreat". 

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Protestant Community at Ithaca College Baccalaureate Service

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On Wednesday, May 15, the Class of 2019 will join thousands of alumni who have jumped into Dillingham fountains — and you're invited to watch it all unfold!

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 Reminder that due to summer construction, the ID Office will be moving to Job 103.

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This message is being provided on behalf of Dr. Timothy Carey, Associate Vice President, Facilities

To the Campus Community:

Please be reminded that a significant construction initiative – the Job Boiler replacement project – is scheduled for the summer of 2019.  The specific timeframe is Monday, May 20, (the day after Commencement) through Friday, August 9.  In addition to the replacement of the 50+-year-old boilers – which provide heat to Job Hall, Friends Hall, Textor Hall and Muller Faculty Center – the infrastructure (piping, etc.) that currently resides within the ceiling of the walking corridor connecting these four buildings will also be replaced.  This means that the entire ground-level corridor of these four buildings will be a closed construction zone during the summer months of 2019.

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