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The IC Progressive Discourse Project is planning a comparative look at mainstream versus student journalism. Come hear students who work for the various IC media sources show us how a news story is really made.

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ARC (Action Reflection Circle) invites you:


Two public lectures: Lessons in the struggle for human dignity in the face of impoverishment, evictions and police raids.


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On Tuesday, November 9, at 7:30 p.m., in the Emerson Suites, Dr. Susannah Heschel will speak on "The Aryan Jesus: Christian Theology and Nazi Racism."

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If you have sneakers that you don't wear anymore, don't throw them out! Recycle them with American Marketing Association! 

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ITS regularly receives reports of email "phishing" scams which request that users provide their account username, password, date of birth or other personal information to prevent an account from being disabled. ITS will NEVER send you an email asking for this information.

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Lanie Faye Headbands carries over 50 different styles of beautiful sequin and beaded appliqued headbands.

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Seven members of the college community are involved in the Ithaca Shakespeare Company's fall production.

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 Hillel, Colleges Against Cancer, and Chemo Caps are all collaborating for the Shoshannah Rudnick Inch-a-Thon on Monday Nov. 15th in Campus Center!

To make an appointment email or for general questions email 

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Violinist Nicholas DiEugenio performed at Duke University's Baldwin Auditorium on Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010. DiEugenio was invited to Duke as part of the 2010 Duke-UNC Chopin/Schumann Festival by UNC Chapel Hill professor, pianist Mayron Tsong. DiEugenio joined Dr. Tsong to perform Schumann's Piano Quintet in E-flat, Op. 44 along with violinist Jubal Fulks (University of Alabama), violist Yoram Youngerman (UNC Chapel Hill), and cellist Alexander Ezerman (UNC-Greensboro). More information on the event can be found by clicking here.

New media artist and technologist Nicholas Knouf and new media play theorist and artistic collaborator Claudia Costa Pederson will teach the newly-launched 3 creditFLEFF Lab for Spring 2011. Register at DIIS 12000-01 or DIIS 12000-02.

FLEFF Lab provides students with an immersive experience in new media theory, practice, and rapid prototypinig on the 2011 festival theme of Checkpoints, and interaction with international new media artists and designers

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Student Organizations are always looking for ways to improve their outreach and programming and now SGA and OSEMA are giving you the perfect opportunity! We are giving you the opportunity to reach and network with other organizations on campus to promote everybody's orgs! 

Tuesday Nov. 16th 7-8:30 PM in Klingenstein Lounge in Campus Center        

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At their recent national conference, the Society for Music Theory (SMT) awarded Timothy A. Johnson an SMT Publication Subvention Grant for his book-in-progress, John Adams's Nixon in China: Musical Analysis, Historical and Political Perspectives (Ashgate Publishing, expected late 2011).

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The Ice Plant in Los Angeles has just released a new book of photographs by CPMA Professor Ron Jude entitled emmett.

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Contributed by Rick Watson on 11/08/10 

Help turn Cortland's Stadium GOLD!!

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Cortaca Jug

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As you know, the annual Ithaca College vs. SUNY Cortland football game is scheduled for Saturday, November 13, at noon at Cortland.

Any person wishing to attend the Cortaca Jug game must have a pre-purchased ticket in hand.  At this point, the game has been declared a sell-out (at both Ithaca and Cortland) and no tickets will be available at the gate.  Tickets available through online sales for Ithaca alumni also have sold out.

The game is scheduled to be televised live in Cortland and Tompkins Counties on Time Warner Cable (Channel 6 in Cortland, Channel 16 in Ithaca). The television broadcast will not be available via satellite. The game will also be broadcast live by WICB (91.7 FM); WICB’s broadcast will be available at

For those with tickets attending the game, please refer to the letters below from C. Gregory Sharer, Vice President for Student Affairs, SUNY Cortland, and myself, and the Ithaca College team captains.  The letters contain important information about this exciting event.

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All College Faculty Meeting

Contributed by Diane Veroneau on 11/08/10 

President Rochon would like to invite you to attend ONE of the following College-wide faculty meetings:

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This is a friendly reminder to students living on campus that all Residence Halls, except for Terrace 03, the Circle Apartments, and the Garden Apartments, will be closed for Thanksgiving Break beginning at 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Saturday, November 20, 2010. Closed Residence Halls will not reopen until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Sunday, November 28, 2010, and residents will not be authorized to return early for any reason.

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One of the nation’s leading environmentalists, whose books have shaped public perception — and public action — on climate change, alternative energy and the need for more localized economies, will speak at Ithaca College on Thursday, Nov. 11. Bill McKibben will present “From Walden to Warming: Global, Local, and the Meaning of Thoreau in a Scary Moment” at 8 p.m. in Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall. His talk is free and open to the public.

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Positions for the spring semester are available for the:

 - Special Events Chair
 - Public Relations Chair
 - Advertising Chair
 - Music Chair
 - Purchasing and Promotions Chair

Applications are available NOW! Contact the Student Activities Board at to receive more information. All applications are due no later than 5 PM on Friday, November 12th.

Want to be a part of something BIG? Here's your chance!

Thanksgiving break is coming up soon, which everyone is excited about!  Please take time to think about someone who has done great things this month or a program that was put on that was very successful as a result of the work of those who organized the program!  November OTM nominations are due December 1st to, so please nominate someone who you are thankful for in November!


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