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Professor Elisabeth Nonas will be teaching a new course during Summer Session I, CNPH 10500 Screenwriting for Non-majors (CRN 10218)

Students need not have any prior filmmaking or screenwriting experience.

CNPH 10500 SCREENWRITING FOR NON-MAJORS (CRN 10218)Writers of non-script genres will learn how screenwriters write so that their written documents enable their readers to become viewers, visualizing the movie that will be made from the script. Study of screenplays, their corresponding films, in-class writing exercises, and completion of a short script (proper screenplay format will be taught) will illustrate the particular challenges facing the screenwriter. Learning to write visually and economically, also to create visual equivalents for moods or the relationships between characters, are useful tools in any writer’s toolkit.

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Come to IC AMA'S Krazy Kan Jam Tournament;

Sunday May 1st 1-5pm on the main quad. WICB will be DJing the event! There will be food, drinks, and 1st 2nd and 3rd place prizes for local Ithaca Restaurants! As well as tutorials on how to play for those still learning. Teams of 2, $10 per team $5 per person.

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The Photography Department at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art recently acquired four photographs from Professor Ron Jude's Other Nature project.

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Death by Doorknob. Come see the unique films inspired by The Park School tradition. The annual Golden Doorknob Screening and Awards Presentation is set for Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m. in the Park Auditorium. First place film wins $2,000.

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 "The Singer's Bundle" 

Contributed by Brad Hougham on 04/20/11 

School of Music Assistant Professor of Performance Studies, Brad Hougham, will present a master class at the Classical Singer Convention in Los Angeles, California in May.

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Physics student Danny Bradac has been awarded a Heritage Fellowship from the American Schools of Oriental Research. 

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Tom Kerr, Associate Professor of Writing, presented his paper, "Trading Letters, Trading Places: One Cross-Country College-Prison Collaboration," at the Annual Conference on College Composition and Communication, held in Atlanta, April 6-9.

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 Wanna be a part of something BIG? Look no further.

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Don't forget to nominate a deserving student or peer for the 2011 ALANA Senior Awards! We are calling on all staff, faculty, and students at Ithaca College to nominate a graduating ALANA senior who you believe has gone above and beyond during their time here!

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 SAB Next Week:

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Remember that time Super Mash came to Cornell's Campus? Well E603 is just like that, only you don't have to figure out how to get to Cornell and back, because E603 is coming to us- FO' FREE!

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Head to the top of East Tower for a FREE night of schmoozing with Tompkins County’s own Sustainable Enterprise and Entrepreneur Network or SEEN. This event will take place Thursday April 21, 2011 from 7-9pm in the TC Lounge and is open to the entire IC community. It’s the perfect way to collect those business cards, network, learn about internships and job opportunities in the area, and get advice about being in environmental enterprise.

**Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Mark Darling, at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible

Thursdays at the Handwerker presents "A Musical Evening:  School of Music Student Performances" at 6.00 p.m on April 21.  Join us for music ranging from Bach through Rogers & Hammerstein against the backdrop of the diverse 2011 Senior Student Show! Featured performers are:

Violinist Madeleine Wething '13

Guitarist Dave Moore '11

The Will Sigel Quartet (Pat Gaughan '11, Dan Mahoney '12, Jimmy Rose '13, and Will Sigel '13; featuring Tyler Borden '11)

Light refreshments will be served.

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The Pippi to Ripley: Heroines of Fantasy and Science Fiction" conference will be held on Saturday, April 23; admission is FREE to all members of the Ithaca community.

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The Philosophy Club will meet on Thursday 4/21 at 7 pm in Park 228.  All are welcome to come and join the conversation.

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011


Ithaca Falls Room, Second Floor, Campus Center

Fitness II: Muscular Fitness and Flexibility

   with IC Exercise Science Club Majors


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In a United States court of law, how does the race of the defendant affect the verdict?
RACE TO EXECUTION, a film by Rachel Lyon, follows the story of two death row inmates, exploring the link between race and the death penalty in America.  

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The Politics Dept is offering a new course, a 300 level class on "The Media and US Politics"  in the fall 2011 semester. The class meets MW 4-5:15.  This course should be of interest to  students of journalism, TVR, and anyone else interested in how mass communications interacts with politics in the US.

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The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) and the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) presents “Nonviolent Sexuality” with Bob Hall, M.A. CR.

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Spit That! proudly presents: "Misconceptions of the Modern Poet"
~ a poetry showcase featuring performances by Spit That! & Cornell's Spoken Ink

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