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The Park Center for Independent Media is pleased to welcome two of the most well-known observers of the spin industry, John Stauber and Lisa Graves. Stauber, who founded the Center for Media and Democracy, and Lisa Graves, his successor and the center’s current executive director, will speak on Tuesday, March 8, at 7:00 p.m. in Emerson Suites, on “Military Propaganda and Other PR Ploys.”

John Stauber (right) is an investigative writer who founded CMD 17 years ago. CMD investigates corporate and government propaganda and spin campaigns in its books, its newsmagazine PR Watch, and online at www.PRWatch.org and www.SourceWatch.org. Stauber has coauthored six books with his colleague Sheldon Rampton, including Toxic Sludge Is Good for You, Weapons of Mass Deception: The Uses of Propaganda in Bush's War on Iraq, and, most recently, The Best War Ever: Lies, Damned Lies and the Mess in Iraq.

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It’s Benefits Showtime!

Contributed by Alison Bowman on 02/17/11 

Show up and help shape the future! We would like to invite all faculty and staff to attend an “IC Benefits Experience” session that will provide an opportunity for participants to learn and interact around the topic of the benefits that are provided to IC employees.

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Come to Leading @ IC events this month to enhance your student organization's understanding of processes and policies to create a more successful organization, while earning Student Leadership Institute Credit!

For Credit towards the SLI Leading @ IC track go to studentengagement.camp7.org

Framework Approach to Leadership is on February 22 in Ithaca Falls Meeting Room at 12:15pm 

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David Turkon, Associate Professor for the Department of Anthropology will speak at the next Food for Thought meeting on Monday February 21, 2011 at 7 p.m. in Friends 203. 

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You're running out of time to apply!

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You're running out of time to apply!

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Professor Muellner was interviewed in The Guardian's weekly column, My Best Shot, in which a contemporary photographer talks about a single image selected by the paper's arts editors.  This story appeared online and in the February 17th print edition of the UK based international daily.

Mandy Esch, Cornell University

"Assessing Nanoparticle Toxicity with Micro Cell Culture Analogs"

4:00 p.m.
CNS 112 
Department Seminar Series

Refreshments served at 3:40, 1st floor CNS foyer. Bring your mug. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at 274-3161.  We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible

Adam has received a research grant from the Rochester Academy of Science.

This is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing its members and the community with a means to study and learn about astronomy, anthropology, the life sciences, minerals, and fossils.

The funds will be used to support his research with Susan Swensen.

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The annual An Inside Look ALANA student recruitment weekend is a little more than a month away.  The program takes place from March 27-29.

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The Peace Corps works overseas within local communities on projects including education, youth outreach and community development, business, agriculture, environment, and information technology. Learn more about the Peace Corps while enjoying light refreshments during the Making a Living While Making a Difference Panel.

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Join us for one of many Spring performances in March and April!

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Submitted on behalf of President Rochon.

I am pleased to invite the faculty of Ithaca College to a reception for Dr. Marisa Kelly, provost-elect of the College.

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There’s still time to apply for the Kaplan Scholarship for free GRE, LSAT, GMAT and MCAT prep courses.

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Please be advised the tc lounge will be closed tonight due to elevators not working in the East Tower. We plan to reopen for business on Thursday, February 17th.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Career Services is pleased to announce that IC Alum, Ms. Teaira Pastuf from Sherwin Williams, will visit campus to conduct an information session and interviews.

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Hey we made some tickets! Get them at Angry Mom Records in the Commons or at Mexeo in Collegetown! (217 Dryden Rd.)

They are $5 cash moneys and available for all these shows!

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Starf*cker w/ Champagne Champagne, Blow! - Delilah's - 4/7

http://www.youtube.com/Star*censored*erssss

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Colin Stetson w/ Helado Negro - Delilah's - 4/21  

AMAZING solo saxophonist - check out these videos! http://www.blogotheque.net/Colin-Stetson,5913 http://pitchfork.com/forkcast/15560-the-stars-in-his-head-dark-lights-remix/

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Students interested in taking "Cinematic Projects in Rome" this summer are invited to an informational meeting on Monday, February 21 from 1-2 p.m. in Park 332. Registration deadline for the course is February 22.

Cinematic Projects in Rome
Tentative dates: June 3-July 2, 2011; 4 credits

This program provides students the opportunity to continue their cinema production work in the city of Rome, a very important site in the context of cinema history. The course will use Rome as a site for creative exploration, artistic research and audiovisual experimentation.

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 Over 1 billion people in the world suffer from chronic hunger,

but hunger is not about too many people and too little food. Our planet produces enough food to feed every man, woman, and child on earth. Hunger is about power. Its roots lie in illiteracypovertywar, and the inability of families to grow or buy food.

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Do you commute daily to the Ithaca College campus from a community served by Tioga County Area Transit System?“Ride Tioga” Route 1 supports commuters in Waverly, Lockwood, Van Etten, Spencer and West Danby (connecting to TCAT Route 11 at the Green Street stop downtown). “Ride Tioga” Route 3 supports commuters from Owego, Candor, Danby and would drop riders off at the main campus entrance. Do you currently ride a Tioga transit bus to work? Would you like to try commuting to work by bus?

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