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 A: They all still have yet to be fully rebuilt in New Orleans five years after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. 

People still have yet to return to their homes and communities. It's been over five years. What are you doing to help?

What you could do is join Audrey's House, the Ithaca College organization committed to rebuilding post-Katrina New Orleans and spreading awareness about issues continuing to face New Orleans.

We meet Wednesdays at 8 p.m. in Friends 205. Come TONIGHT to learn about getting involved with our next fundraiser, a tie-dye party, and our upcoming events, like a possible teach-in.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Audrey's House at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.


"The History and Underwater Archaeology Of 'The Sunken Fleet of 1758'"
Joseph W. Zarzynski, IC ’73 (Underwater Archaeologist & Executive Director--Bateaux Below, Inc.) on October 27 at 7pm in Business 204.

Speak out against hate and bullying this Thursday, October 28th at Free Speech Rock at the noon hour!

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Professor Kim Dunnick performed, adjudicated and was honored with a special award at the Ukrainian (Tchaikovsky) National Academy of Music.

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If you are interested in becoming a teacher, counselor, librarian, K-12 leader, or higher education administrator, please attend the University of Buffalo's annual Open House on Thursday, November 4, 2010 from 5 - 7 p.m. in the Student Union Lobby, North Campus on the UB campus in Buffalo, NY.

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Interested in a business related career? Whether you are an Accounting major, a Business Administration, an IMC major, or some other major, IC NABA can help you grow professionally and provide opportunities like no other organization on campus.

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Wearing a simple button tells your friends you believe counseling is a smart and healthy thing to do.

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This is Stigma Stomper week at IC and efforts are being made to communicate the message:'s a smart and healthy thing to do!

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Interested in international issues?  If researching issues like energy & climate, Chinese/Russian/Middle East/South Asian studies, nonproliferation or the rule of law appeals to you, apply to be a Junior Fellow with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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Are you concerned about issues such as health care, transportation, voter rights, the environment or other public interest topics?  If you're looking for a powerful opportunity to change America for the better, consider working with the U.S. PIRG (U.S. Public Interest Research Group).

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IC students are invited to attend an information session to learn about SU's graduate programs in Addiction Studies, Child & Family Studies, Marriage & Family Therapy, Nutrition Science, and Social Work.

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ICTV Calls for Proposals

Contributed by Carol Jennings on 10/26/10 

Have a great idea for a television show?   Become a producer for ICTV! 

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The eighth annual Veterans Day Celebration will be held at noon on Thursday, November 11, in Ford Hall in the Whalen Center for Music.  Members of the Ithaca College community are encouraged to join in the College salute to those who serve. 

Thomas Rochon, President, will provide a welcome address at the ceremony. The IC Brass Choir, conducted by Andrew Benware, and IC Voices, conducted by Susan Avery, will perform.

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Thank you to the many students, staff and faculty members who attended the OSEMA Open House last week!  It truly was the premier event of the year. 

During the open house, student Ruthie Goff was overheard saying, "Why can't every day be OSEMA Open House day?"

The truth is... every day is an OSEMA open house day!  Even if you missed the official open house last Thursday, our doors are always open for visitors.  If you need more reasons to visit OSEMA, we've come up with a list:

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John Confer presented on Reintroducing the California Conder in Northern Arizona and Utah: Getting the Lead Out. Co-authored with Tim Hauck (ENVS '10).

Stefan Karkuff (Biology '11) presented on Patterns of Avian Distribution in Shrublands: Observations from Across the Northeast. Co-authored with Tim Hauck and John Confer.

Both presentations were conducted at the annual meeting of New York State Ornithological Association in Auburn, New York on 22-24 October.

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Drop them off at the following on-campus locations and we’ll take care of the rest!

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Select “Like” on the Ithaca College Mail Services Facebook page and receive current information regarding mail and our department.  Search for Ithaca College Mail Services on Facebook or click on the link on the Mail Services web site.

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The Handwerker Gallery invites you to an Artist's Talk by Michiko Itatani on Thursday, October 28, at 6:00 pm.

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Want to know more about Living Wage?  Want to know how you can be part of a campus living wage campaign?

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The Halloween Party for Haiti is tonight at IC Square from 7 to 9 p.m. There will be pumpkin carving and lots of candy! Also, you can learn about Haitian culture, the effects of the earthquake, and what has been done in the past year to help the people of Haiti.

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