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Don’t miss out on this week’s food and fun!

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My Hands are NOT for Hurting!

Contributed by Heather Mueller on 02/13/11 

This Tuesday at 7PM in Williams 202, join Students Active for Ending Rape to talk about current topics, and start our annual project "These Hands Are Not For Hurting"

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This Wednesday Feb. 16 at 7PM in Williams 211, Spectrum invites everyone to come and talk about different topics about bisexuality/pansexuality and about coming out as a bisexual!

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Don't forget to apply to be an OL!

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Don't forget to apply to be an SLC!

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 Art Club meeting!!

Contributed by Carolyn Cox on 02/12/11 

 Like to do art but can't get into the classes on campus or just don't have the time?



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Ithaca College faculty member, violinist Nicholas DiEugenio, welcomes his duo partner, pianist Mimi Solomon, to IC for a concert featuring music that relates to the specific time and place of WWI Paris. 

Friday, February 18, 2011 at 8:15 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center.

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February 16, 2011 at 8:15PM in Hockett

The following Ithaca College Faculty Members will be performing:

Louise Mygatt - Singer
Catherine Gale - Singer
Frank Campos - Trumpet
John White - Piano
Peter Chwazik - Guitar/Electric Bass
Nicholas Walker - Bass
Greg Evans - Drums

Hope to see you there!

The Technology Learning Center has added more sessions of its popular training topic, "Best Practices for the Mac" to the training schedule to accommodate overbooking. In this workshop, you'll discover how to access Mac tools quickly, save files efficiently, personalize your interface, and maintain your data and privacy. To register instantly online, click the link below.

Best Practices for Using the Mac (click here to register)

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Mr. Louis Larson has joined the Career service team as a Career Counselor. Louis has accumulated a 33 year career in higher education administration with extensive work in career development.

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 Artists Needed!

Contributed by Susan Monagan on 02/11/11 

Want to showcase your talent while helping IC Theatre? Artists/Painters Needed for IC Theatre Display.

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Ithaca College in the Media

Contributed by Anonymous on 02/11/11 

Quoted in the media: faculty members Adam Peruta, Craig Duncan and Michael McCall; staff member Rachel Reuben; and students Rob Engelsman and Susannah Faulkner. For more information on the following articles, please visit the IC in the Media page at the Office of Media Relations:

IC in the Media

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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs (OSEMA) is pleased to present the Service Saturdays program! This program provides students with the opportunity to volunteer their time and efforts in and around the community of Ithaca.

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Over 60 local, state, and national organizations will attend the Government & Nonprofit Career Fair to discuss full-time positions, volunteer roles, internships, and summer jobs.  

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Working in the nonprofit sector or a government agency can be rewarding for many reasons, regardless of your profession.  Learn about the variety of career options and types of organizations that exist!

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ITS is seeking help from faculty and staff who are willing to participate in a limited Summer pilot of the Sakai collaboration and learning environment as we prepare to make the system available in August for Fall 2011 courses. (Note: ITS will run Blackboard in parallel with Sakai and fully support it through Summer 2012).

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Laura Murphy (Biology '11) and Ed Cluett presented, "Use of the Phospholipase A2 Inhibitor ONO RS-082 to Dissect the Transport Route of LDL-derived FreeCholesterol". American Society for Cell Biology, Philadelphia, PA.  (Co-authored by Laura Murphy, Lauren Krisak (both Biology '11), and Edward B. Cluett.

  • Laura  received an Undergraduate Award from the American Society of Cell Biology and an award from Ithaca's H&S Educational Grant Initiative to attend this meeting.

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Free, confidential and anonymous online screenings for depression, eating issues and anxiety are available on CAPS' website.   Check it out...get screened!

Living with Grief is a weekly drop in support group for those living with loss, regardless of when that loss might have occurred.  Consider stopping by and listening to the questions and stories of others, and perhaps sharing your own.

Current group participants want you to know "you are not alone".

You can find Living with Loss in the Health Promotion Resource Room on the lower level of the Health Center (enter through side of building facing parking lot by going down the stairs).  The group meets every Thursday at 5:15 and runs until about 6:30.  Feel free to stop by even if you can't get there on time.

The group members are looking forward to welcoming you!

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Do you want an opportunity to help children stay in school and on track, while transforming schools and communities?  Learn about opportunities with City Year during an on-campus information session.

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