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Live as Fully as Possible

Contributed by Robin Davis on 10/03/12 

Join Saoirse McClory, who has worked for Hospicare for eleven years, as  she educates us in what Hospicare can do for you and a loved one.

 

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The James B. Pendleton Photography awards are intended to make our strongest photography projects exhibition ready by providing funding for the finishing costs of students’ projects.

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The James B. Pendleton Award for Completion of Cinematic Works is intended to make our strongest projects ready for film festivals by providing funding for the costs of finishing your project. This includes but is not limited to: 16mm film cost, lab processing and telecine, film transfer fees, duplication fees, and festival and conference submission fees.

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Keep a Clean Machine:
This week we’re giving you tips on keeping your personally owned computer safe, secure, and speedy!

Data Backup:
Prevention is the best defense, and regularly backing up your data in case of an attack is always a safe idea. With the price of external hard drives falling below $100/TB, purchasing a backup drive is a very smart investment to help ease the effects of data loss. Contact the Student Computer Repair Center (https://www.ithaca.edu/its/help/scrc/) if assistance is necessary for this service.
 

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012
12:10 p.m.
Center for Faculty Excellence, Gannett Center 316

Presented by
Stephen Sweet, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, and Chairperson of HSR
Cyndy Scheibe, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012
12:10 p.m.
Center for Faculty Excellence, Gannett Center 316

Presented by
Stephen Sweet, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, and Chairperson of HSR
Cyndy Scheibe, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

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A reminder that Scott Stull of the Sociology/Anthropology Department at SUNY Cortland will present a public lecture today, at 6:30 pm, in CNS 208.  Dr. Stull's talk is entitled "The Archaeology of Medieval Novgorod."

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Peter Melcher. Invited seminar speaker. "The risky business of moving water long-distances under negative pressure in plant."  Hamilton College's Biology Department Seminar Series. October 2012.

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As you may be starting to think about your housing for fall 2013, the Office of Residential Life and Judicial Affairs would like to provide you information about the residency policy and the process for off-campus release.   A copy of the policy is printed below. Ithaca College is a residential college and students are required to live on campus for their first 3 years. Our residency policy reads, “Students are required to live on campus for their freshman, sophomore and junior years, unless they apply for and receive off-campus approval from the Office of Residential Life.” You can read the entire policy at https://www.ithaca.edu/policies/vol7/volume_7-70501/

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Friday, Oct. 12: Dr. Michael Macauley, M.D. (’05). "A Doctor’s Point of View”, 5:00 – 6:00 pm, CNS 112.

Anyone interested in the health profession should attend. Please join us for a great perspective on future careers!

Everyone is welcome. Light refreshments provided.
 

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The Student Government Association is looking for students to be apart of the campus events committee! As a member, you will help plan and execute events put on by SGA in collaboration with other student organizations for the whole student body.

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 Buying ice cream never felt so good! What greater way to start your weekend than to head down to Purity Ice Cream for some delicious treats, and better yet, for a great cause?! CARROTMOB!!!!

 

When? Friday, Oct.5th 2-6pm

Where? Purity Ice Cream, Co. (700 Cascadilla St, Ithaca)

 

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What greater way to start your weekend than to head down to Purity Ice Cream for some delicious treats, and better yet, for a great cause?! CARROTMOB!!!!

When? Friday, Oct.5th 2-6pm

Where? Purity Ice Cream, Co. (700 Cascadilla St, Ithaca)

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Be That Friend #4

Contributed by LeBron Rankins on 10/02/12 

Be That Friend...and say: "there is help for sadness."

Your friends need you to be honest with them when you're concerned.  Be That Friend - speak up and let your friends know you believe counseling is a smart and healthy thing to do!

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~Making things safer, one friend at a time!~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                           

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Jazz musician Jennifer Leitham and filmmaker Andrea Meyerson will be on campus to introduce a screening of I Stand Corrected on Wednesday October 3 at 7 pm in Textor 101. I Stand Corrected is the true story of jazz bass virtuoso, Jennifer Leitham, formerly known as John Leitham, who risked everything when she transitioned publicly during the height of her career in order to be her true self.

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Please join Ithaca College's Latin American Studies program for the second event in the 2012-2013 Speakers Series:  a reading and discussion by Brazilian poet Salgado Maranhão.  He will speak on Wednesday, October 3 at 7:00 p.m. in Williams 225. The translator of his works, Alexis Levitin, will accompany him.

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 Michael Richardson (with Jennifer Kapczynski) has recently edited A New History of German Cinema, a dynamic, event-centered anthology covering the hundred-year history of German-language film.

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The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra opens its 2012-13 three-concert series in Ford Hall on October 5 at 7:30 PM with its music director, Arild Remmereit, and Grammy-winning violinist James Ehnes.

The program celebrates the RPO's 90th season with music from its first—Howard Hanson's "Nordic" Symphony No. 1 (premiered by the RPO in 1923). In addition, Grammy-winning violinist James Ehnes plays a concerto by Korngold, known for Golden-age film scores such as The Adventures of Robin Hood.
 
Tickets are $20—but free for all Ithaca College students through the Student Rush Ticket Program.

For tickets: http://bit.ly/U59NPF
Or call 585-454-2100

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Submitted by Marisa Kelly, Provost

Please join me on Thursday, October 4th, for the second Faculty Colloquium of the new academic year. Devan Rosen, Assistant Professor of New Media, Department of Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies will be presenting: Using Social Networks to Reveal Hidden Connections and Cloaked Contingencies.

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 Maureen Kelly, Vice President for Education and Training at Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes, will present “Human Rights & Sexual Rights: An Interactive Workshop on the Connections, Intersections, and Importance of Broadening Our Scope.”  This event takes place on Monday, October 8 at 7 PM in Textor 101Pizza will be provided to attendees!

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