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Amanda Laytham, a recent graduate of Ithaca College who earned seven all-America honors in cross country and track and field, has been named the NCAA Woman of the Year for New York State.

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Join the Online Community

Contributed by Rebecca TenEyck on 09/16/04 

Faculty and staff: Are you trying to find an alumnus? Are you curious where alumni are working and living? Are you looking for an alumna to speak in your class?

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The brown bag lunch previously advertised with Bruce North at the Upstairs Gallery on Wednesday, September 22, has been cancelled.

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New ARGUS Financials Page Unveiled

Contributed by Dan Updike on 09/16/04 

Financial services would like to announce the release of a redesigned page under the Financials tab on the ARGUS website.

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The Alumni Association Board of Directors is seeking nominations for membership.

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Ithaca College Theatre will open its 2004-5 season with Christopher Hampton's Les Liaisons Dangereuses.

This tale of seduction, intrigue, and betrayal has inspired several film versions, including Dangerous Liaisons, set in the original story's 18th-century France; and Cruel Intentions, set in a contemporary Northeastern prep school.

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Less than four months after graduating, Jon Rothstein, SIC '04, became the first winner of the 1050 ESPN Radio Dream Job Competition last Wednesday evening.

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The colloquium series of the Center for Faculty Excellence is off to a great start, and there are still opportunities for you to propose a presentation.

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Contemporary book artists Nancy Callahan and Terrence Chiounard will speak at the Handwerker Gallery at noon today, Thursday, September 16.

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Concert in the Park Sunday

Contributed by Lisa Cavataio on 09/15/04 

Just a reminder to join the Friends of Ithaca College at the 13th annual Founder's Day Concert this coming Sunday, the 19th, at 2:00 p.m. in DeWitt Park.

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Harold W. Emery Jr. Dies

Contributed by Karen Emnett on 09/15/04 

Harold W. Emery Jr., professor of history, died on Saturday, September 11, 2004.

A faculty member in the School of Humanities and Sciences since 1963, Professor Emery had taken ill at the beginning of the fall semester and was in the hospital at the time of his death.

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Room Reservation System Update

Contributed by David Prunty on 09/15/04 

Please be advised that room reservation requests since the start of the academic year have arrived at an unprecedented pace.

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Bruce North, art, will exhibit his work in the upcoming show Local Landscapes from September 21 to October 16 at the Upstairs Gallery.

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Textbook Return Cycle

Contributed by Rod Beers on 09/15/04 

Fall 2004 textbook overstock will be returned to the publisher beginning Monday September 27.

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Publication by Cyndy Scheibe

Contributed by Hilary Merlin on 09/14/04 

The September 2004 issue of American Behavioral Scientist features an article by Cynthia L. Scheibe, associate professor in developmental psychology.

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On September 16th at 7:00 pm in the Emerson Suites, Betsy Taylor, president of the Center for a New American Dream, will present a public lecture entitled "In Search of a Sustainable Future: Getting from Here to There". This presentation is free and open to the public.

She will also present a sustainability cafe/faculty colloquium at 12:10-1:00 pm in the Clark Lounge. The topic of that discussion will be "Making Ithaca College a Model of Sustainability".

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Students interested in a career in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering are invited to apply to the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program.

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Susan Weisend, art, co-curated the current exhibit at the Handwerker Gallery entitled "Image/Word: The Intersection of Art and Literature."

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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), which spans several academic and non profit institutions in the region, is now based in the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies at Ithaca College. It was formerly housed at Cornell University.

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IC Choice Award Program

Contributed by Deborah Merriman on 09/13/04 

Please take a few minutes to read about this opportunity to recognize a person or group of employees for their significant contributions.

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