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NCUR 2011 has record number of student presenters during the Poster Sessions. We need 50 faculty and staff volunteers to help with these sessions.

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 IC Progress is a newsletter focusing on political issues across the nation and world. It is a completely student driven independent media source that offers new opportunities for students who want to write and explore the issues that shape our communities.

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Hey seniors, did you have a chance to buy some senior class swag last semester? If not, or even if you did, we have some good news. You'll have another chance in a few weeks! But if you want to get involved and get creative you can enter the senior class merchandise logo contest! This is a one time opportunity to stamp your swag and make a huge contribution to your Senior Class.  Not to mention you'll be able to see all the seniors wearing your design around campus. You don't want to miss out!  So kick your feet up, let your hair down, and let your inner logo out.

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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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STILLWATER, the Writing Department's literary magazine, is seeking submissions for its annual publication. Submit fiction, poetry, plays, art (photography, graphic art, painting, drawings), and nonfiction (literary journalism, essay, criticism, memoir). 

We know that Ithaca is filled with people producing great writing and great artwork. Now is the chance to see it in print!

Send submissions to by March 4, 2011.

The Office of Facilities purchasing department is pleased to announce a hands-on, live installation and demonstration of the Steelcase “media:scape”, a collaborative free-standing meeting space meshing the integration of furniture and technology.

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Students must have at least one semester of Ithaca College grades to apply, and at least a 2.75 overall grade point average to be considered.  No single criteria, including GPA, guarantees admission to the minor.

Admission to the minor in the Department of Journalism is competitive and limited by space.  Minor applications are reviewed twice a year.  The deadline for this semester is February 28th.  For additional information and the application please go to


Apply for a scholarship to help defray the costs of your summer internship.  You've got two weeks to complete your applications for the Class of 2008 Internship Scholarship and/or the Washington, D.C. Scholarship for Summer Internships.

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Ithaca College will host a free public screening of the cross-cultural romantic comedy “When Harry Tries to Marry,” followed by a discussion with three of the participants in the film. The showing will take place on Friday, Feb. 18, at 4 p.m. in Park Auditorium. Taking part in the discussion will be writer/director/producer Nayan Padrai, producer Sheetal Vyas and actress Lauren LoGiudice.

About the Film:

Harry is an Indian-American college student in New York City who shocks his assimilated family as well as his friends when he insists that he wants a traditional arranged marriage in an effort to avoid being disappointed by love like his bitterly divorced parents.

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 ATTN: Park Students

Contributed by Monique DeLuca on 02/09/11 

 Looking for any easy job? Make $100 by taping IC Unbound Dance Company's Spring Showcase and making DVDs.

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 ATTN Students: Got Talent?

Contributed by Monique DeLuca on 02/09/11 

 IC Unbound is looking for am act opener for our Spring Showcase on Sunday, May 1st at 2 & 8pm in Emerson Suites.

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Recently revitalized for the second semester, DO ANYTHING NICE (D.A.N.) is an organization dedicated to social progress through random acts of kindness.


We're just trying to make kindness a part of our culture here at IC.  

Just send us an E-mail at and we'll send you weekly suggestions that support our mission to:

                                             Build Community

                                             Spread Kindness

                                             & Promote Joy

Casting auditions for "Spy Jefferson High" being held Saturday February 12, 1-3 pm  in Park 279 and on Sunday February 13, 1:30-3:30 pm in Park 279.

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The Neuroscience Club is new student organization looking to provide students with an interest in the field of neuroscience with volunteer and charity-fundraising opportunities, as well as information into neuroscience-related careers and events.

Upcoming fundraisers, upcoming events such as Brain Awareness Week, guest speakers, and general information will be discussed.

Food and refreshments will be provided.

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PreVET meeting: Feb. 17

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 02/09/11 


12:10-1:00 p.m.
CNS 117
Food and refreshments will be provided.


  • T-shirts
  • upcoming fundraisers, and
  • the plan for the semester

Questions? Contact Shannon Ryan.

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No Pressure Blood Pressure

Contributed by Jackie Wandell on 02/09/11 

The next No Pressure Blood Pressure screening will be held on Monday, February 14th, 2011. See below to know when to expect students in your building.

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Professors Mike Buck (Physical Therapy) and James Pfrehm (Modern Languages) conducted a full-day workshop in New Orleans at the annual conference for the American Physical Therapy Associations, entitled "PT 2.0: Bringing Web 2.0 into the Physical Therapy Curriculum."

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Purchase Ithacappella and Premium Blend's version of FIREWORK on iTunes TODAY!! All proceeds to go directly towards The Trevor Project

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Career Services offers a variety of workshops to help you build your skills in key areas of  your career development.  Our next offering is on successful networking.

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RIT is hosting a "Game Jam" event for students to prepare for Microsoft's ImagineCup. The RIT event will focus on ImagineCup's game design challenges, where students will rapidly design and prototype games for the contests.

See RIT's We (heart) Games site (ImagineCup at RIT) for details about this weekend's event.

See Microsoft's ImagineCup for more information about the general competition.

Contact if you'd like to be put in touch with other interested IC students to form an ImagineCup competitive team. The first deadline is Feb 15, when a game storyboard will be due.