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20th Annual Share the Warmth

Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 11/09/12 

Posted on behalf of Anthony Hopson

Ithaca College, Cornell University, TC3, Ithaca and Trumansburg Rotary Clubs, Samaritan Center of Catholic Charities, and Finger Lakes Re-Use, invites you to fill the BIG RED BOX located in the Campus Center across from the information desk.

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IC Spirit Week 2013!

Contributed by Rachel Heiss on 11/08/12 

Interested in event management, communications or marketing? How about helping to plan Ithaca College's biggest spirit events? Join the IC Spirit Week Board!

Applications can be found here and are due November 9 by midnight: http://www.icspiritweek.com/spirit-week-board-application.html

Questions? Email us at icspiritweek@gmail.com!

You have about one week left to apply for Alternative Spring Break! There are so many different locations and service project to be a part of. You can head to Florida’s Gulf Coast, help the coal communities in West Virginia, restore state parks on the coast of Virginia, serve on the Allegany Native Peoples Territory in western New York, or help alleviate poverty in Washington D.C. There are so many choices all with a variety of service experiences! Send your application in now!

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Looking for free advertisement? Need to recruit new members? 

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How to find SPRING 2013 Salsa and Ballroom to Pre-Register on Homerconnect!

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As promised, Faculty Council will hold another faculty-only Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, November 13 at 12:05 - 1:00 PM in Textor 102. No minutes will be taken, no reporters will be present. This is intended to be an open discussion regarding many of the issues that are emerging on campus. Administrators holding faculty appointments are requested to refrain from attending.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Peter Rothbart at rothbart@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-1497. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Parking a Pain?

Contributed by Peter Rothbart on 11/08/12 

The Parking Appeals Board and the Parking Policy Committee both need one faculty member to serve immediately. Contact Peter Rothbart, rothbart@ithaca.edu

The College Advisory Committee on Campus Security and Campus Life Committee is still seeking nominees, especially women to serve on this important committee. Contact Peter Rothbart, rothbart@ithaca.edu immediately.

 If you are taking the SGA/Senior Class shuttle to Cortaca on Saturday, please read the following information:

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BOC and SAB Present: The Official Cortaca Kickoff Party on Nov. 9th. Live set by Penguin Prison, DJ sets by Nate Lawrence and Zac Blitz.

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The Ithaca College Gamer Symphony Orchestra is presenting their inaugural Fall Concert!

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Inch-a-thon

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Ithaca College Theatre’s fall musical is “Legally Blonde,” with book by Heather Hach, and music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin. There will be a free talk-back presentation following the Saturday, Nov. 10 2 pm matinee in Dillingham Center's Hoerner Theater.

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Spoken word/hip-hop artist Colin Masashi “Senbei” Ehara will give a free performance at Ithaca College on Monday, Nov. 12. Titled “Re: Incarnation,” his show is scheduled for 7 p.m. in Emerson Suites. It is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE).

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Asma Barlas, professor and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, published an invited essay, "Teaching Islam in the West: That includes Australia, too!" in the November 2012 issue of *Dialogue Australasia Journal.*  The journal, which is meant for secondary school teachers, is "committed to improving the academic standards of Values, Philosophy and Religious Studies in Australian and New Zealand schools."
 

The Ithaca College Department of Theatre Arts will present the “The Dream of the Burning Boy” by David West Read. This production is the department’s Senior Directing Project this semester and will be directed by Sara Stevens ’13. There will be four performances, at 5 PM and 8 PM on Sunday, November 11th and 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM on Monday, November 12th. All performances will be held in Studio 2 in Dillingham Center. Tickets for “The Dream of the Burning Boy” are free of charge and are available by emailing ictams1@gmail.com and requesting a specific performance. Because seating is very limited, we ask that you limit your order to one ticket per customer. Patrons are reminded to come at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the performance to claim their ticket reservation. 

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The Society of Professional Journalists presents Pulitzer Prize winner and president of Investigative Reporters and Editors will discusses investigative journalism and his reporting on how tax and government policies favor the 1 percent. Come join us for a great lecture with a Q&A session to follow.

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 The National Residence Hall Honorary is proud to announce Ithaca College's Campus Winners and Honorable Mentions for our Of The Month Award recognition.  These students, faculty and staff members were nominated for their extraordinary actions in the month of September.  We thank you for your dedication and passion to Ithaca College!

 

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Three student documentaries will air on WCNY, the Syracuse PBS affiliate, on Sunday, November 18 at 10:00 p.m. The films were produced during the Spring 2012 semester as assignments for Senior Media Thesis, a capstone course taught by professors Steve Gordon and John Scott.

Featured Films include:

Rescued
By Jesse Cases, Harlan Green-Taub, and Emily Potts

Expressions of Hope
By Kelsey Greene

Overlooked: Autumn’s Job Search
By Kelsy Franklin, James Heasley, Kylene Planer
 

Math Placement test

Contributed by Arlene Dende on 11/08/12 

The Math Placement Exam will be given this Monday, November 12 at 5:30 PM in Williams Hall 309. 

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