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This is our FIRST EVER LGBTAQ Community Event in collaboration with all the clubs - Prism, Created Equal, The Association of Gay and Straight Athletes and Spectrum! We will have a potluck in Taughannock Falls Meeting Room on Sunday September 26th from 4-6PM!

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Contributed by Shari Kaplan on 09/19/10 

 Calling all students interested in joining the fight against the nation's top killer...cancer! Colleges Against Cancer would love to have you join us every Monday at 7pm in Business 111.  We plan the Relay For Life, bring education to campus, celebrate survivors, remember loved ones lost, and raise money for the American Cancer Society.  

Can't attend our meetings? No problem. You can get update weekly update e-mails by joining Colleges Against Cancer on IC Link or checking out our website at

Please email CAC at with any questions.  

 Hey Juniors!!! 

If you are interested in event planning, the Senior Class Cabinet has a great opportunity for you. At the end of finals week of Spring semester there is a week of events dedicated to Seniors before Commencement (graduation), known as Senior Week. The Senior Week Senior Co-Chairs are looking for our Junior Co-Chairs. This position is essential to the process of planning the events. It is the creativity, organization and efficiency of the Junior and Senior Co-Chairs that make this week memorable. The Junior Co-Chairs also have the opportunity to shine by running Senior Week.

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SGA Fall Elections Results

Contributed by Julia Dunn on 09/19/10 

The SGA proudly announces the winners of our Fall Elections 2010!

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Assistant Professor of Music, Nicholas Walker, will present a recital at the 2010 International Double Bass Convention in Berlin, Germany on October 6th. 

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Get a team together and sign up for this year's "Protect Your Balls" Dodgeball Tournament in the fight against testicular cancer!

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Come to the HPA's first meeting, September 21 at 7 pm in Textor 101!

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IC Unbound Dance Company is looking for an act opener for our Fall showcase.

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Then enter the Fall Splash Banner Contest!

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Students Today Alumni Tomorrow is looking for student groups who would like to connect with their alumni.

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The music fraternities at Ithaca College, Sigma Alpha Iota, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, and Mu Phi Epsilon are hosting rushes for members interested in membership.  Rushes allow students to come enjoy the planned event, meet fraternity members, and learn about the fraternity.  None of these fraternities haze.

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First faculty-student discussion series organized by ICIC! Professor Belisa Gonzalez will mediate an interactive discussion based on NY Times article: "Border Sweeps in North Reach Miles into U.S." on Tuesday, September, 21st at 5:30 pm in Friends 210.

Border Patrols detaining individuals with legal residency status for failure to produce legal documents while traveling within US borders!

Come learn more about the issue and voice your opinion!




Interested in a Free Cruise?

Contributed by Steven Mauk on 09/18/10 

Royal Caribbean International (RCI) is once again offering Ithaca College current faculty and staff, and retired faculty and staff, the opportunity to be part of their onboard “Enrichment Program.” Enrichment program participants present lectures 4-5 times during an entire cruise and in return receive a free cabin with meals for two persons.  

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Sign up for direct deposit now and avoid the wait!

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Between 3 dining halls and 7 retail locations there are over 30 different food stations across campus just waiting to serve YOU.

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Prepare yourself to respond to a student who might be experiencing distress by attending a Pathways training.

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We at IC Shakespeare have decided to make a slight change to our auditions process, by changing it to an open casting call!

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The Philosophy Club invites you to attend its next meeting, Tuesday Sept 21, 7-8 pm, in Park 228.

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Michelle Courtney Berry, lecturer in the Department of Strategic Communication, was a fellow, researcher, presenter and marketing consulting for CouldYou?’s immersion experience in Mozambique and South Africa from August 8-18.

CouldYou? is an organization led by Christine Garde and designed to help individuals, scholars, entrepreneurs and investors find their own unique contributions to impact poverty in from an African-led perspective. Investors and researchers toured southern Africa, meeting with leaders in agriculture, journalism, health and human services, childcare, planning, development, finance and wildlife preservation throughout southern Africa.

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Ithaca College will start its 2010–11 season with the Greek tragedy, “Electra” written by Euripides. Susannah Berryman will direct the drama, with the help of assistant Logan Ellis ’11, as they bring this timeless play to life.

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