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*Please note that this Thursday, November 29th, TIOLI will be open from 4pm-6pm.*

TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT (TIOLI): Donate your gently used items such as clothing, room decorations, furnishings, school supplies, kitchen supplies, and more to TIOLI and find something useful for yourself. There is something for everyone, and it's FREE! Find it in the basement of Clarke Hall. Check Intercom for the hours it is open, or the sign at the main entrance of Clarke, where there will be a number to call to have an Eco-Rep let you in the building.

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Mary Jo Dudley, Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program and a faculty member of the Department of Development Sociology, will present on "Families Torn Apart: Undocumented Immigrant Parents and their US Born Children.  This event takes place on Tuesday, December 4 at 12:15 PM in Clark Lounge. Pizza will be provided to attendees!

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"What are the social consequences of a lack of LGBT sex ed in public school/education before college?"

"Are you nervous to talk to a doctor about having a same-sex partner?"


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Sunday, December 2 from 1-4pm, Ithaca College Zumba® instructors host fundraiser at City Health Club to support Hurricane Sandy Relief.


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Professor Raj Subramaniam (Health Promotion and Physical Education) and undergraduate students Anya Eckhardt, Johnny Gorton-Parker, Amanda Failla, and Monica Weimer presented at the 75th Annual New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance conference held on November 15, 2012in Verona, New York.

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Assistant Professor Skott Freeman (Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology) was published in The International Journal of Bilingualism.

His article, "Using whole-word production measures to determine the influence of phonotactic probability and neighborhood density on bilingual speech production" appears in the December, 2012 issue.

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 Are you an underclassmen and interested in helping out with the Senior Class semi-formal? Contact Zach Woelfel for more information at

The Semi-Formal is this SATURDAY from 9pm-12am in Emerson Suites.

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IC Bell People-Ithaca College's handbell choir- will be having its fall concert this Saturday, December 1st at 7pm in Muller Chapel. If you've ever watched New Girl, you'll know the fun of handbells, and this is the perfect opportunity to explore it more! 

For more information about the concert, or to become a member of the IC Bell People, please contact Becky at 

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Ring in the Holidays!

Contributed by Rebecca Kabel on 11/27/12 

 IC Bell People-Ithaca College's Handbell choir- will be holding their annual fundraiser this week! Look for our table in the Campus Center lobby right next to the smoothie place to buy a custom phone call for friends and family, complete with a portion of one of the group's holiday melodies! Only $2, this offer ends on Friday, so hurry up and sign up for your own customized, ringing holiday message! 

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The book campaign for Trinàcria: A Tale of Bourbon Sicily ends Thursday, December 13. This is the last chance to donate at:

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Holiday Season Fire Safety Policies

Contributed by Tim Ryan on 11/27/12 

With the holiday season upon us,  it is a good time to review the college's policies on the safe use of decorations.  Please take a moment to read this important information.

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Sean Eversley Bradwell, assistant professor in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE), recently traveled to Nashville, TN to present at the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE). Dr. Bradwell and Ithaca City School District Superintendent, Dr. Luvelle Brown, presented: 

"When Good is Not Enought: Why and How a District is Seeking Excellence" -- The Ithaca City School District is engaged with systemic change efforts. District educators are transforming teaching and learning practices, realigning priorities, engaging the community, and overcoming situational constraints to shift the district culture while producing dramatic achievement gains. The session provided examples of structures and artifacts associated with philosophy, policy, curriculum, instruction and assessment shifts.  

 Learn more about converting trash, like candy wrappers, into useful, everyday items!

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Do you love the Make-A-Wish Foundation? Love clubs? Love fundraising? Love fun?

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The on campus chapter of Make-A-Wish Foundation, IC Wishmakers on Campus, is in need of a faculty adviser!

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Join the Nutrition Club on Thursday, November 29th and enjoy some homemade dishes featuring your favorite Fall produce - including squash soup and warm apple crisp. Stay for a screening of the movie Ingredients: the local food movement takes root.

The event will take place in Hill 56 from 6-8PM and YOU'RE INVITED! It's FREE!

If you have any questions or require special accommodations, please contact We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

It is that time of year, again. No, I am not talking about the holiday season. It is time to sign your student organization up for the Spring Student Organization Fair.

The Spring Student Organization Fair is January 30 from 10am-3pm in Emerson Suites.

All student organizations have an opportunity to get a space. Please complete the sign up form by January 23, 2013 to secure your spot.

If you have any questions please email

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The Ithaca College Travel Policy has recently been updated. Employees traveling on College business as well as individuals involved with travel approvals and processing need to be aware of the recent changes, which include the following:

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Attention all office and department event planners—you don’t want to miss this opportunity! Back by popular demand, the Campus Center & Event Services Office is hosting a SECOND Event Planning Open House on Monday, December 10, 2012 from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm in the Emerson Suites. We will share with you KEY event planning tips, tricks and reminders. In addition we will introduce our new FLAVOURS menu that will be released in January. Come for the great information…and stay for the fabulous food samples.

Space is limited and you must register for this event.  Register today.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Jessica L. Barnes in CC&ES ( We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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


The Caring and Sharing Committee's Holiday Drive is underway and there are several ways you can help!

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