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The Office of Human Resources will be raffling 10 of Howard Ross' books on Friday, February 1st to registered participants. You must be registered for the event by 12pm on Friday, February 1st to be entered into the book raffle.

Registration for the Engaging Communities Presentation and the Dialog Session is open to all faculty, staff and students!

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This past week numerous physical therapy faculty, current students and alumni presented their research at the annual Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association in Washington DC. 


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Ithaca College faculty and staff members are invited to attend the men’s and women’s basketball games on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 2 and 4 p.m. inside Ben Light Gymnasium for Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day. Ithaca, who will play Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will also be honoring their seniors prior to the start of each game.

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NexGen EAP is your confidential EAP and Work/Life benefit provided by your employer at no cost to you. You and your eligible family members can trust the NexGen EAP services to address your total wellbeing, from assistance with everyday work and family issues to more challenging personal concerns.

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Due to the college's delayed opening this morning, the all-college gathering and several other important events have been rescheduled so that as many people as possible can attend.

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 The State of the Art Gallery and The Ink Shop Printmaking Center will feature artwork opening this Friday February 1st.

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The Longview - Ithaca College Shuttle, which runs between the two communities on mornings when classes are in session, will not be in service today due to the weather.

Contact: Christine Pogorzala
               IC/LV Partnership Coordinator
               607.274.1051 /

Due to the extreme weather conditions this morning the Library Cafe and all academic cafes will open at 10am. All dining halls, Neapolitan and Freshens Cafe will open at their regularly scheduled times. Please check Intercom for any other updates and changes to dining hours of operations. Thank you!

Grant Brighter ('19) and Nancy Rader, PhD publish a paper entitled "Establishing Shot Type Affects Arousal and Cognitive Load During Transitions Between Novel Interior Locations in Films" in the Journal  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

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The National Weather Service has issued a windchill warning for the Ithaca area, meaning temperatures could feel like they are 20 to 30 degrees below zero outside. As a result, Ithaca College has delayed opening on Thursday morning. The opening time for offices on Thursday will be 10:30 a.m., and classes will start with the 10:50 a.m. class period. Any classes scheduled prior to that time will not be held. Essential personnel are requested to report to work at their normal times.


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The food distribution process and all lines will happen inside the Athletic and Events Center Arena to ensure that no one is waiting outside in the cold. The hours of operation are from noon to 1:00 pm as previously advertised.

Sara Haefeli was awarded the John Cage Research Grant to fund work in the John Cage Archives at Northwestern University.  Haefeli is working on a large-scale research project called John Cage in the Summer of Love (1967–1969). 

She will be presenting her preliminary findings at the musicology colloquium at Northwestern on Thursday, January 31, 2019.



Dear Ithaca College Community:

Theme Work Is Beginning!
The strategic planning steering committee is excited to share the three overarching themes that will guide the next, critically important phase of the Imagining Ithaca strategic planning process.This milestone marks our transition into the process phase where broad concepts and aspirations become more concrete, bold, and actionable.

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Ithaca College LGBT Center director Luca Maurer was a guest on WRFI 88.1 FM  radio's Your Morning program with Laura Rosbrow-Telem. 

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Join us Saturday, February 2 at 7pm for the 8th Annual “Wheels for Women” Benefit Cabaret! This short evening of music, dance and poetry will be performed in the Clark Theatre, Dillingham Center. We hope you will come out for a wonderful evening of entertainment while helping to change women’s lives on the other side of the world.



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All are welcome to attend Catholic Mass on Sunday at 1 PM. For this week only, we will celebrate Mass at 1 PM and will resume our Sunday Mass schedule at 1 PM and 8 PM on February 10. 

After Mass this Sunday, all are welcome to receive a special blessing for the Feast of St. Blaise. 

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 What are you doing for spring break? Think about service! The Catholic Community will be offering a spring break service trip to the Romero Center in Camden, NJ. Students who go will participate in their Urban Challenge program which involves volunteering at a variety of social service agencies (homeless shelters, retirement homes, adult day care and more) in Camden and Philadelphia. 

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 The sign-up deadline for the Kairos V Retreat is today Wednesday Jan. 30. The Kairos Retreat is open to all Ithaca College students and offers an opportunity to reflect on your relationship with God, self and others. The retreat takes place at Christ the King Retreat Center in Syracuse and provides an opportunity to make new friends with students from Ithaca College and Cornell. 

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We are pleased to be opening our doors for the semester on Wednesday, January 30th with our new exhibition, PROCESS, curated Jeffreen Hayes. The exhibition features new works by an eclectic group of seven proclaimed artists: Nanibah Chacon, Andrea Chung, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, Beili Liu, Ayanah Moor, Karina Skvirsky, and Amanda Williams. Join us at the opening reception on Thursday, January 31st, from 5-7pm.

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