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The Philosophy Club will meet on Thursday 3/24 at 7 pm in Park 228.  All are welcome to come and join the conversation.

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SGA Weekly Updates!

Contributed by Julia Dunn on 03/22/11 

HAPPY SPRING BREAK! This week we had a good amount of stuff going on to tell you all about!

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Wednesday March 23rd, 2011

Ithaca Falls Room, 2nd floor, Campus Center 

Noon - 12:50pm

How To Jump-Start Your Career While You're Still In College

with John Bradac, Director, Career Services

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Juniors grab coupons from our fliers around campus for discounts and join the Class of 2012 SGA Senators at the TC Lounge on Thursday March 24 at 8pm!

Individuals with disabilities should contact with requests.

SGA Elections Coming!

Contributed by Julia Dunn on 03/22/11 

SGA Elections for Fall 2011 senate and Senior Class will be commencing in one week! Election packets will be available online starting March 28th with an information session March 27th at 8pm in the Taughannock Falls Meeting Room on the third floor of campus center. We do require those parties interested in running for SGA Executive Board send at least one representative to the information session. See you there!


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact with requests.

Many thanks to all the students who took the time to participate in this year's IC Student Health Survey. We had a record response of 1222 completed surveys. This represents a 34% response rate. Your input will help guide our health and wellness efforts.

Our survey drawing winner was Taylor Brown '14. Congratulations, Taylor!


Nancy Reynolds, MSPH

Program Director, Center for Health Promotion

Office of Counseling and Wellness

Get your entry in today!

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Hello! Welcome back from spring break, we hope you had a wonderful time! 
We have a ton of stuff coming up for the end of the semester so here's the lowdown. 

The Red Lions & Tall Stranger (ex-tundra toes, dandy little lions)
w/ Tropical punk (Cassette release show!)  

18+ • Music around 9 • Party fun jamz

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Ithaca College International Club is proud to present that this Wednesday, March 23, 6:30pm in Friends 210, Kiran Nagarkar will be reading excerpts from his highly controversial, formally unpublished play Bedtime Story. Bedtime Story is loosely based on the Mahabharata and has been considered dangerous enough to be the object of censorship.

Kiran Nagarkar is a notable novelist, playwright, critic, and screenwriter. He is currently a Visiting Fulbright Scholar teaching for the Ithaca College Honors Program. Writing in both Marathi and English, he is widely considered to be one of the most significant writers in postcolonial India, having been awarded the subcontinent’s most prestigious literary prizes.


Colorectal Cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among American men and women, despite the fact it is one of the more preventable and curable forms of cancer. Colorectal tumors are often “silent tumors”, with little to no noticeable symptoms until the disease is in the advanced stages. This is why it is important to be educated about Colorectal Cancer prevention and screening methods.

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A reminder that U-Lot (BLUE), the BLUE section of O-Lot, and the S-Lot Extension (RED) parking lots will be unavailable for regular use from 5 AM– 5 PM on Thursday, March 24th so that we can accommodate visitors for Educational Technology Day. 

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There are a couple of changes to the spring block 2 aerobics schedule.

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Zillah Eisenstein of the Dept. of Politics made concluding comments in response to talks by Nawal el Saadawi and Fawzia Afzal-Khan at the Brecht Forum, March 11, 2011 in the discussion "Revolutionary Women, Dissident Voices from Egypt and Pakistan".  The session was a part of the ongoing dialogue about revolutionary movements in Tunisia, Libya, Yemen, and Egypt.

IABC Hosts Rachel Reuben, the Associate VP of Marketing Communications at IC!

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On Tuesday night March 29th, after the preview of Coram Boy, there will be a special talkback that will focus on international slavery, the meaning and monitoring or Free Trade, and what we can do to help eliminate the gruesome human cost of making a buck.


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Get your young athletes to the next level this summer with IC’s Strength & Conditioning Camp!

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Faculty and students looking for NCUR presentations on topics related to their classes can now search the conference schedule by keyword.  Just go to the conference web site at, and click on the link "search for abstract presentation times" under the heading "Search site now open".

Thursdays at the Handwerker presents "Spit That! Slam Poetry Night:  A Handwerker of Spoken Art" at 6.00 p.m.  An open mic will follow.

The mission of Spit That! is to help students develop and share their thoughts through written and spoken word.  Members aim to spread awareness of sociopolitical issues through poetry performances and readings.


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The Office of Residential Life would like to announce that Summer Waitlist Applications and Vacancy Forms will be available on April 4, 2011 in the Office of Residential Life.  

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After the death of a loved one, it might not be easy talking about your experiences with those around you - especially if you are concerned that doing so will be a bummer for others.  Therefore, a weekly drop in support group (Living with Grief) exists right here on campus to provide you with a place to talk about your experiences.  Consider joining others who have experienced the death of a loved one and understand what it's like being a student and coping with loss.

Living with Grief meets every Thursday at 5:15 (until 6:30ish) in the Health Promotion Resource Room, which is just down the hall from Counseling and Psychological Services.  If you have any questions, feel free to email LeBron Rankins (group facilitator) at

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