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 The Ithaca College-Longview Intergenerational Choir will perform with the Training Choir, part of the Ithaca Children's Choir Program, on Sunday, April 29th at 3pm in the Hockett Recital Hall.

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The Technology Learning Center in room 101 Friends Hall has a variety of computing topics on the training schedule during the week of April 30 - May 4. Click any link below to register online instantly. Training is open to all faculty members, staff members, and students. We'll see you in class!

Acrobat: Introduction

Active Directory Basics Series:
Active Directory Basics for Macintosh: Using the New IC Network
Active Directory Basics for Windows: Using the New IC Network

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The first production of The Lesbian Fairytale Musical goes up April 27th at 8pm and 10:30pm in Presser Hall at the Whalen School of Music at Ithaca College - free admission! The LFM has been in production for just over a year, and as this production is a labor of love, we want everyone and anyone to be able to experience and enjoy the show, so we will not be charging admission.

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Senior Class Yard Sale

Contributed by Rachel Hardke on 04/26/12 

With the end of the year approaching, we know a lot of you will have a ton of stuff you will have to move out of your apartments. However, if you have anything that you would like to donate or even sell, here's your chance!!

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The Dinner Solutions menu offers delicious dishes for all seasons and tastes! Why not try a Rotisserie Chicken or a delicious vegetarian dish like Ginger Tofu Vegetable Stirfry and add Brown Rice Pilaf as a side dish?

Or, if you feel like eating light, order a freshly-made, large tossed salad. Mix and match to suit you and your family's tastes and you'll have dinner on the table in no time! Order by 2pm and pick up your dinner tonight!

To view our complete menu at:

Here's how to order:

Call in your order by 2pm for same day pick up: 607-274-1352.

Pick up your order between 4:30pm - 10pm at Circles Market > Service Available Monday through Friday.

Circles Market - Your stop for healthy, convenient dinner solutions.

 STCM Project Submissions!

Contributed by Jennifer Segal on 04/26/12 

 Attention STCM students, do you have a project you put a lot of work into?

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The Bureau of Concerts needs YOU! We need help setting up and taking down the stage for IC Kicks Back. Volunteers will receive one free ticket to the first BOC show next semester, and the undying love of our executive board!

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On April 30th, Information Technology Services will begin deploying McAfee VirusScan 8.8 for Windows computers.

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Every April, Ithaca College welcomes hundreds of high school students to our Ithaca Today programs, which are designed to give accepted students one last look at the College before making their enrollment decision by May 1. During these programs, the students learn more about the many opportunities Ithaca College has to offer by interacting with faculty, staff, and students from across campus. Last weekend over 1,000 admitted students and their families (over 2,500 total guests) attended Ithaca Today on either Saturday or Sunday.

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Take 50% off select items in the store April 30 - May 4, 9am - 5pm.

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If you are planning to work and live on campus this summer and are not subletting, squatting or registered in a Circle Apartment you must fill out the orange "Hold at Phillips Hall P.O." card and take it to the Registrar's office to receive mail on campus during the summer. This card is effective beginning Monday May 14 and ends on Friday August 24. After August 24 mail is sent to the current on-campus, local or permanent address on file.

This card is available at the Phillips Hall Post Office, the Mail Center and Emerson Hall during check in. Fill it out now and be all set when May 14th rolls around.

When we do not see in our mail forwarding system to "Hold Mail at Phillips Hall," your mail is forwarded to your home address or it will be returned to the sender. This includes packages and letter mail.

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If you are a second-semester junior, or a current senior, now is the time to begin thinking about the possibility of a Fulbright application for the 2013-14 academic year. If you are interested, please see Hugh Egan ( before you leave campus for the summer.

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If you are creative, marketing savvy and ambitious, apply to be an intern with the Career Services Marketing Team.  Coming off of a successful first year, the 2012-13 team will focus on developing more wide-reaching campaigns that continue to incorporate the newest media tools.

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For Who? Boys and Girls (Ages 12-17)

Where? Held in the new Athletics and Events Center!

When? Summer Session begins June 25th - August 17th (8 weeks)
        Monday, Wednesday, Friday
        9am - 12pm (noon)

How Much? Only $250 per athlete for the entire session!

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Clinton Street Closing

Contributed by Diane Veroneau on 04/26/12 

Posted on behalf of Anthony Hopson

The City of Ithaca will close the Clinton Street Bridge for replacement beginning Monday April 30, 2012. Clinton Street will be closed to South Aurora Street with limited access to local residents and the Ithaca Police Department through November 2012.  All traffic will be detoured to Green Street and around the intersection known as the “tuning fork” to South Aurora Street.

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Professor Barney Beins has co-authored the second edition of the book Effective Writing in Psychology: Posters, Papers, and Presentations, which he wrote with his daughter Agatha, an assistant professor of Women's Studies at Texas Woman's University. The book is published by Wiley-Blackwell.


Affinity groups are designed to be a safe place where both staff and faculty may speak on common interests and provide an opportunity to seek and support one another.

The Working Parents Affinity Group (WPAG) provides different perspectives on integrating work and our families as working professionals. This group is co-facilitated by two moms who work here on campus and who are interested in developing a resourceful place for other working parents to come together and share with one another based on ideas that YOU provide!!

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FYE will be featuring a different theme every month for our Mixed Media Contest for the remainder of the academic year!  Submit the medium of your choosing for a chance to win a $20 Downtown Ithaca gift card!  Keep an eye out for our posters all over campus!


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Is the media doing justice to issues faced by the LGBT/Allied community? What can we be doing better? What are some key issues that need to be covered today?

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As Focus Asia Month is coming to an end, IC Asian American Alliance, in collaboration with LBLC Residence Halls, is hosting a Community Building event!

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