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 CREATED EQUAL

 

 ANNOUNCES READING OF DUSTIN LANCE BLACK’S NEW PLAY “8”


Created Equal Joins Nationwide Productions of Landmark Marriage Equality Play by Academy Award-Winning Screenwriter of Milk & J. Edgar

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 CREATED EQUAL

ANNOUNCES READING OF DUSTIN LANCE BLACK’S NEW PLAY “8”

 


Created Equal Joins Nationwide Productions of Landmark Marriage Equality Play by Academy Award-Winning Screenwriter of Milk & J. Edgar

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This is The World's Going Away Halloween Party and EVERYONE IS INVITED!  Located in Emerson Suites at Ithaca College on October 31st at 9:00pm for the first ever Halloween Rave!  Music by DJ Rob Haze.

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It's easy! Just complete the short online survey and follow the "How to Enter to Win" instructions and you'll be entered to Win a Google Nexus 7 Tablet

Thanks everyone! We at IC Dining appreciate your feedback! You'll find the survey link and "how to enter" instructions at: http://ithacadiningservices.com/ 

The winner will be announced after the survey closes on Nov. 7th.
(only one entry per person, please.)

Good Luck Everyone!

Food in the Nude

Contributed by Stephanie Piech on 10/22/12 

 October 24th is Food Day and Campus Sustainability Day. It is A day to promote sustainability on campus, safer and healthier diets, sustainable and organic farms, as well as hunger reduction.

Ithaca Dining Services would like to invite you to "Food in the Nude" from 2-3pm in Terrace Dining Hall. Food in the Nude will explore the implications of processed, packaged foods; specifically, snack foods. Attendees will discover where popular snack food ingredients come from and what they mean for our health and our carbon foot print. Attendees will also snack on Chobani Yogurt, local to Ithaca NY, and a good, healthy snack alternative. 

RSVP via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/400485916689453/

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Smog on the noggin?

Contributed by Kimberly Anderson on 10/22/12 

Stay sharp during winter break and take a winter session course.

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Babies needed!

Contributed by Carole W. Dennis on 10/22/12 

We are looking for infants to help us in two research studies. These studies will take place in our Movement Lab on the Ithaca College campus. A $20 incentive will be offered for each session that you and your infant attend.

STUDY I  will involve infants driving our mobile robot. We are seeking infants between 5 and 18 months of age who do not yet crawl on their hands and knees. You will be asked to bring your infant to our lab on the Ithaca College campus for five or six visits. Each session will require approximately 30 minutes.

STUDY 2  will involve testing the sitting balance of infants under 12 months of age. You will be asked to bring your infant to our lab for three visits. Each session will require approximately 30 minutes.&

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Looking Within

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Looking Within

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If you planned to apply for a minor in either Audio Production or International Communications and missed the deadline last week, we have extended that deadline to November 1.  Please fill out the appropriate paperwork and get your applications to Karen Armstrong in Park 364.

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Submitted on behalf of Courtney Brown, Communications Chairperson for Student Government Association.

Do you support getting mental health counseling?  Many don’t.  And some don’t get help because they think their friends would judge them.  Well, the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Active Minds and the Student Government Association are teaming up to stomp out the stigma about going to counseling by making a video!

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FACULTY SHOW AND SHARE: Prezi - Not Just a Snazzy Power Point
Monday, October 29, 2012
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Center for Faculty Excellence, Gannett Center 316

Presented by Cyndy Scheibe, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

Learn how using Prezi can help you think differently about the material you are presenting, allowing you to help students see both the big picture and the details, as well as understanding the connections between concepts.

Light refreshments provided.

Registration is encouraged, but not necessary.
Register Here

Faculty Show and Share is a series put on by the Center for Educational Technology in collaboration with the Center for Faculty Excellence.

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Sean Eversley Bradwell, assistant professor in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, gave the keynote at the 30th Annual Chemung County Human Relations breakfast at the Elmira Country Club. The program included WAY Award Presentations; named in honor of the former Executive Director of the Commission, Ernest Hemingway, Jr., and have been awarded by the Commission since 1997, to honor those persons, employers or volunteer groups that have made a substantial contribution to promoting diverse social, cultural and ethnic perspectives that enrich and expand understanding among all citizens in Chemung County. 

If you answered “YES” then you need to apply for a job with Campus Center & Event Services. We are NOW HIRING for Spring 2013 positions. Apply today!

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Philip Gourevitch will give a public reading on Thursday, October 25, 2012
at 7:30p.m. in Textor 102, Textor Hall

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If you haven't already tried Emmy's Organics Macaroons, you're in for a delicious surprise.  These vegan-friendly treats are the perfect combo of rich homemade taste, all-natural, gluten-free ingredients and super sustainable practices making Emmy's Organics the perfect choice when you're craving a special treat!

And... Did you know that Emmy's Organics was created in Ithaca, NY by cofounders Ian and Samantha? Samantha is also an Ithaca College Graduate! So try a bite of something deliciously local! You're favorite flavor awaits!

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IC Take Back the Tap presents the screening of ‘Tapped,’ a film that “examines the the role of the bottled water industry and its’ effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil.”

Where and when: Thursday October 25th at 8pm in Textor 103

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 IC Take Back the Tap presents the screening of ‘Tapped,’ a film that “examines the the role of the bottled water industry and its’ effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil.”

Where and when: Thursday October 25th at 8pm in Textor 103

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Want to win $100?

Contributed by Alyssa Frey on 10/22/12 

Imprint Magazine is revitalizing its annual writing contest open to ALL MAJORS at Ithaca College (and writers from other colleges as well)!


Five categories. One month. $100 to the winner of EACH category.

The categories are:

-Politics/News/Essay
-Life & Style/Arts & Entertainment
-Creative Writing
-Film/Documentary
-Photography

You can submit entries anytime until Thursday 11/1/12 at 12 a.m.! Submissions will be judged by a TBD panel of professors and area professionals. Winners will be announced on imprintmagazine.org no later than 11/7/12. Prizes will be distributed before Thanksgiving and ALL entries will be published on IM's site.

E-mail submissions and direct questions to icimprintmag@gmail.com!

Check out http://www.imprintmagazine.org/contest for more contest information (and the rest of the site)!

The Student Activities Board presents world-renowned Psychic Mentalist Duo - The Evasons! 

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