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JOIN SGA FOR A NIGHT OUT!

Contributed by Julia Dunn on 11/18/10 

SGA is hosting a night out at the TC Lounge Monday November 29 at 8pm!

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A team of graduate students in Strategic Communication invite members of the Ithaca College campus community to participate in a survey about Ithaca Carshare. Click here to access the survey.

Please plan to take the survey as soon as possible, as the team needs to analyze the data for their final report just after Thanksgiving break. Thanks!

Got any gently used books or toys? Have an unopened box of markers laying around? Give to the children at the Ithaca Youth Bureau!

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Diabetes Lunch and Learn TODAY

Contributed by Alison Bowman on 11/18/10 

More than 10% of Americans over age 20 and 23% of Americans over age 60 have diabetes.

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Time and again student organizations and alumni have asked why there has never been an Ithaca College mascot. Well, your voices have been heard! Ithaca College has begun the process of selecting an official mascot, and we need your help.

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Have you re-enrolled for your 2011 employee benefits?

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ITS public computer labs will be closed during Thanksgiving break except for Friends 110. Friends 110 and the Student Computer Repair Center will have limited hours and staffing during the break.

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This is a call to see if enough interested faculty/staff are available for one more Pathways training before finals.

Attend a Pathways training to learn crisis response skills before you need them!  Don't wait until it's too late to learn how to identify and respond to a student who might be experiencing distress.  Taught by staff of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Pathways will prepare you to confidently identify and respond to someone believed to be at risk for experiencing a crisis.

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Trouble getting into a photography class?  Want to learn to make great pictures?

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Join us for an evening of inspiration, humor and mayhem with “The Metal Cowboy”, Joe Kurmaskie, on Thursday, November 18th. “The Metal Cowboy” will entertain his audience at 7:00PM in Textor Hall Room 101.

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IC After Dark is a student organization providing free late night entertainment for the campus community.

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Join SAB at 8:00 on December 1st, 2010 for an Open Mic Night, featuring Brooklyn indie band Mon Khmer!

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James Pfrehm (Modern Languages) has published an article in The Language Educator, entitled "Clarity in Expectations Still Crucial even in Technology Age."

CSTEP Wants You!

Contributed by Orlando Kittrell on 11/17/10 

Are you a New York State resident worried about how to pay for graduate school exams, Kaplan test preparation courses, graduate school applications, and student conferences? 

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Hungry? They are too. 

Did you know that one in nearly seven people go hungry? Out of the world population of 6.7 billion, 925 million people suffer from starvation and the health complications that follow.

There IS enough food to feed everyone in the entire world. Let’s share it.

 

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From Native American cultural ceremonies to the impact of recent legislation in Arizona, this course takes an interdiciplinary approach to learning in the diverse southwest.

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 Interested in a Free Cruise?

Contributed by Steven Mauk on 11/17/10 

This is a reminder about the opportunity for current and retired Ithaca College faculty and staff to participate in the Royal Caribbean International Enrichment Program, and SAIL FOR FREE. Participants will present 4-5 lectures during the entire cruise and in return receive a free cabin with meals for two persons.

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On the Spot Recognition

Contributed by Jane Ray on 11/17/10 

Less than 60 seconds. That’s all it takes to make someone’s day, using on-the-spot recognition. The next time you notice an employee doing something right, immediately follow these four simple steps:

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Native American Month Identity Panel has been moved to November 29th, 2010 at 7pm in the Clark Lounge (Campus Center).

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As the fall semester comes to an end, some of you may have an expected or unexpected vacancy in your room, suite or apartment.   Whether you anticipate a vacancy or not, the Office of Residential Life strongly recommends that you complete a vacancy form indicating the individual you would like to pull into your room in the event that a space opens.

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