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Are you ready to improve your health? Join us for Wellness Wednesday!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Noon - 12:50 PM

Taughannock Falls Room, Third Floor Campus Center

Massage Your Stress Away

With Alyssa Duerksen, '07, Massage Therapist, Quintessence Massage & Wellness

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Mu Phi Epsilon will be taking Ithaca Conservatory apparel pre-orders and will also be selling tickets for Spread the Word to End the Word (sponsored by Student Volunteers for Special Olympics).

 

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Looking for a Party Thursday?

Contributed by Jennifer Segal on 03/06/12 

 Are you eager to do something fun with your Thursday night?

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We <3 Bikes! 

Contributed by Lauren Goldberg on 03/06/12 

Right now, you can get a 100% organic cotton Bomber Bike Initiative T-shirt! 

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Spring 2012 Educational Grant Initiative awards from the H&S Dean's Office to the Environmental Studies and Sciences Department are as varied as the cross-sectoral and multi-disciplinary studies the department exemplifies.

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Thursday, March 8th at 8:15PM in Ford Hall

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ITS is pleased to announce that faculty, staff and student email will be moving to Microsoft Live@ edu by June 2012. Live@edu will also replace the Oracle Calendar system although the exact timing of the Oracle Calendar migration has not yet been determined. ITS is confident that this move will provide a reliable, robust, integrated email and calendar system for faculty, staff and students.

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The mission of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra is to be a continuing source of musical excellence for the enrichment, entertainment, and education of all sectors of the Ithaca community. By presenting vital interpretations of the established classical repertoire, as well as introducing new and lesser known works, the CCO seeks to develop and inspire an understanding and appreciation of our musical heritage in the classroom as well as in the concert hall.

The following CCO opportunities are being held at Ithaca College in March:

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Need a pick-me-up?

Contributed by Stephanie Piech on 03/06/12 

Meeting a group in the library? Studying late tonight?  Need something to keep you going?

 

Visit the Ithaca Dining Services coffee kiosk in the library!

 

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Opera Lively has interviewed mezzo Dawn Pierce, in anticipation of her performance as Olga in Opera Carolina's production of Eugene Onegin in Charlotte, NC, on March 17, 22, and 25.

Listen to her full interview here: 
http://operalively.com/forums/content.php/364-Interview-with-American-mezzo-Dawn-Pierce

The Fitness Center will be offering demo classes for Turbo Kick®, and Hip Hop Hustle™ over Spring Break.  The classes will be open to all members of the Ithaca College campus community.  Both classes will be taught by staff member Lisa Maresca, and the schedule will be as follows:

Tuesday 3/13 - 12:00-12:45 - Turbo Kick®

Thursday 3/15 - 12:00-12:45 - Hip Hop Hustle™

 

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The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to be hosting a talk by Shauna Morgan Kirlew, predoctoral diversity fellow of the English Department at Ithaca College, titled “Scattered Village: Traces of the Ancestor in African American Literature and Film” on Thursday, March 8, at 6.00 p.m..

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Summer Job & Internship Fair
Date/Time: 
March 21, 2012    11:00am-1:00pm
Location:  SUNY Cortland, Corey Union Lobby

Ithaca College students are invited to attend!

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Greg Woodward, who has held a number of senior leadership positions at Ithaca College, was announced today as the new president of Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He will begin his duties as the 19th president of the private liberal arts institution this summer.

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Tomorrow night Ithaca College Women in Communications is having its last meeting before Spring Break! Come out, discuss internships, and of course...eat food!

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Tomorrow evening, come down to IC Square and take a little study break! Nothing cures the midterm blues like laughter!

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This Thursday, come see a wonderful film marking the one year anniversary of the tsunami in Japan and the role that the cherry blossom plays in its resilience over time.

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They are almost gone.  Don't miss out on your chance to order APRICOT & GOAT CHEESE CHICKEN, BRAISED RIBS with CHOCOLATE or TIRAMISU CUPCAKESThese delicious dishes and many more will only be available for order until March 16.  Check out our Winter Offerings now and get them before it's too late!

Keep an eye out for the Spring Limited Time Catered Offerings that will be introduced later this month.  Two words for you: SALMON PRIMAVERA.

Stay connected to the people who know how to plan great events.  Find us on Facebook (keywords: Campus Center & Event Services).

 Staff Council Update

Contributed by Karenn Reeter on 03/06/12 

Meeting minutes from February 16, 2012 are posted to the Staff Council website and may be viewed at www.ithaca.edu/staffcouncil/docs/Meeting_Minutes/Feb2012Minutes/

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March is National Nutrition Month, and Ithaca Dining Services is celebrating by providing you with tips to eat healthier on campus!

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