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Thinking of taking the GMAT exam, but concerned about paying for the test?

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New Online Course for May Summer Session 2017

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Senior students, the ICC advisory committee is seeking feedback on Themes & Perspectives.  We will propose changes to the ICC program based on your experiences and survey comments. 

 

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Starting May 8, the Office of Career Services will be offering new Drop-In Hours. Students may stop in Monday - Thursday from 12:30-3:30 for help with résumés, cover letters, internships, and employment assistance. 

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Professors Nancy Jacobson, Ithaca College Department of Biology, and Michael Twomey, Ithaca College Department of English, give a talk for the Spring Seminar Series

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IC Sport Management students are holding a 5k group challenge on April 30th at Cass Park in Ithaca.

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"Crooked" will take the Earl McCarroll Studio Theatre stage on April 29th at 8pm. Performances continue April 30th and May 1st at 8pm with a matinee performance at 2pm on April 29th. "Crooked" is directed by Chiara Hollender ’17.

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Did we mention NINE stage fights? 

Watch the Promo Video!

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It is with great excitement that we announce the members of the 2017 Summer Orientation Staff:

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Introduction to Journalism offers you an opportunity to learn the news- and sports-writing skills that generations of students have mastered. On your first day, you'll memorize Jefferson's First Amendment to the Constitution and record it as your first TV reporting stand-up. You'll learn Associated Press Style and cover news on deadline. For your final assignment, you'll investigate and cover a long-form story, either in video documentary or magazine format.

Introduction to Journalism is required as the first course for Documentary Studies and Production majors, for Journalism majors and for Sports Media majors, and can serve as your introduction to classes in the Park School. To enroll, start here. Questions about this course? Please email Associate Professor Mead Loop.

If you are looking for a liberal-arts course that provides a model for ethical decision-making in media and elsewhere, consider Journalism Ethics online from May 30 to June 30.

This course explores current issues in journalism and media ethics, and satisfies three credits of CLA (complementary liberal arts) in the ICC.

Questions? Email Professor Loop at mloop@ithaca.edu

To register, start here.

IC Sport Management students are holding a FREE Pitch, Hit, & Run competition on April 23rd at Cass Park in Ithaca.

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Ithaca, NY- Ithaca College Theatre has invited professional theatre artists Michael Jerome Johnson and Kara Harmon to contribute their expertise to the production of Aphra Behn’s “The Rover.”

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The Department of Writing is looking for a student office assistant to begin in the fall 2017 semester. To apply, please stop by the Writing Department (430 Smiddy) to pick up an application or email Debbi DeWeese at ddeweese@ithaca.edu.

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Take this quick survey for a chance to win a $50 gift card to the IC Bookstore

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The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures is offering the course LNGS 19407 Madness and Power in Latin America as part of the ICC Identities and Power and Justice themes. This course focused on Latin American Literature and Film in translation and will look at cultural productions from Argentina, Perú, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Uruguay, among other countries.  

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Students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend focus groups hosted by the Office of Civil Rights on Wednesday, April 20th and/or Thursday, April 21st. More information about these focus groups can be found here.

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Ithaca, NY- Ithaca College Theatre is pleased to present a production of a rarely staged Restoration-era comedy, “The Rover.” The play is directed by Greg Bostwick, professor of theatre arts.

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 On Saturday April 22, the IC Musicians of Color will be hosting an interest meeting for Fall 2017 at 3:30 PM in Iger (Whalen 2105).

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Introduction to Journalism offers you an opportunity to learn the news- and sports-writing skills that generations of students have mastered. On your first day, you'll memorize Jefferson's First Amendment to the Constitution and record it as your first TV reporting stand-up. You'll learn Associated Press Style and cover news on deadline. For your final assignment, you'll investigate and cover a long-form story, either in video documentary or magazine format.

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