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Come be a part of the movement that OPRAH is so excited about!

On Monday, February 19 from 6-8 PM students are invited to Klingenstein Lounge for the third in a four-part Ask Big Questions Campus Conversations (ABQ) series.

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Please read this entire notification as it contains information to assist you in the Windows 10 upgrade of your college owned Windows-based personal computer.

PC's subject to the Windows 10 upgrade MUST be on campus and connected to either Ithaca College wireless or via Ethernet cable. Ethernet cable is strongly suggested and preferred.

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Our Middle States Review Team will be visiting campus on February 26th - 28th. During that time there will be open sessions for students, faculty and staff to meet with members of the review team and talk about their experiences working, living and learning at Ithaca College.

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On Monday, February 19, the Office of Admissions will be hosting a variety of exciting events on campus, including the Experience Ithaca event for admitted students and Music Day 2018.  Please be aware that the increased volume of guests will result in an impact on campus parking availability, including reservation of the N-Lot (the lot between the Yavits and Allen playing fields) and approximately 75 spaces within O-Lot (the lot adjacent to the Park School of Communications) for use by attendees of these events.

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As we continue to address the challenges of inclusion, cultural fluency, and global citizenship, please save the date - Tuesday, March 27th at 7pm in Clark Lounge  - and join us for a presentation by Dr. Moustafa Bayoumi, author of How Does it Feel to Be a Problem? Being Young and Arab in America.

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Intern in the City: ICNYC!

Contributed by Rachel Gould on 02/16/18 

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Are you looking for a unique and rewarding internship experience?  Interested in spending a semester living, interning, and studying in New York City?  The semester-long ICNYC program is open to select majors from all five schools. The program centers on a six-credit internship and at least six credits of coursework. ICNYC is designed to let students live and gain real work experience in one of the most dynamic cities in the world.

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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs would like to congratulate the following junior and senior students who were selected to receive the Peggy Ryan Williams Award for Academic and Community Leadership this year. The award is given to students who excel academically, perform service to the College community and nation, and represent an exemplary level of accomplishment. They will be recognized at this year's OSEMA Recognition Ceremony on April 23.  Please welcome us in congratulating these students!

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Come to IC Square Food Court today to celebrate Lunar New Year with a special menu at Pacific Traders. We're also hosting Challenge's Krispy Kreme fundraiser! Order your Starbucks Coffee ahead of time at Sandella's Café on the GET app and buy a dozen donuts!

The Lunar New Year festivities continue tomorrow! Be sure to visit the Market Fair hosted by the Vietnamese Student Association between 6-8 PM.

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A test of the Ithaca College Emergency Notification System (ENS) will take place during the noon hour on Tuesday, Feb 20. It will include a test of the Outdoor Warning System, which features a siren tone and loudspeaker message. There is no need to take any action in response to the tests.

The ENS uses voice, e-mail, and text messaging to provide information and instructions in the event of a campus emergency. It is important to have multiple ways to receive alerts in order to ensure access to essential notices, such as weather closings or delays.

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Dear Campus Community, 

An independent consulting firm has completed its review of the Ithaca College Office of Public Safety (OPS) and Emergency Management. Margolis Healy recently provided the college with its final report, which will be presented to the campus community at an information session scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 22nd, from noon–1 p.m. in Clark Lounge, Campus Center

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 We are looking for infants who will soon turn 7 months, born within 3 weeks of due date and are developing typically.  All infants will be given a developmental assessment and four cognitive assessment tasks.  You will receive $20.00 incentive for each of the 2 or 3 sessions that you attend to defray transportation costs and time.  The total time commitment for parents and for the infant assessments is approximately 2 hours.


If you are interested in participating in this project (or if you know someone who might be), please contact:

Hélène Larin, PT, PhD    Phone:  607-274-3116     Email:


When: Friday, February 16th

Where: IC Square Food Court

Time: 10AM - 2PM

Cost: $8 for 1 dozen glazed donuts

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Ithaca College has had a programmatic partnership with Longview – An Ithacare Community for the past 19 years.  Longview is a retirement community located on Danby Road not far from campus.  It is run by the Ithacare Center Service Company, Inc.

 As part of the partnership between Ithaca College and Longview, a student board member position was created for the Ithacare Board a number of years ago.  This was created to provide a student with an educational and leadership opportunity and to encourage student input into aspects of the Board function that touch on the IC/LV Partnership.  There will be an opening for a student member for the academic year 2018-2019.

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Isn’t it time for you to learn about sustainability from cultures that practice it? Meet the Achuar. Meet the Salasaca. Two Ecuadorian groups of indigenous peoples that honor the earth, uphold community values, and are anxious to teach us how important this is.This summer opportunity taking place May 22 to June 7 may be for you. 

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 ENVS naturalist and department chair Jason Hamilton will be teaching two classes this summer that can bring you into closer contact with the local landscape. 

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Teacher Recruitment Days (TRD), a 2-day interviewing event for teacher candidates, will be held this year on April 16-17 at SUNY Cortland. During this event districts from across the country send recruiters to conduct interviews for known and anticipated vacancies. Graduate and undergraduate students, and IC alumni who will be eligible for certification by September 2018 may register to attend TRD.

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Even though the Orientation Staff (OL/OA) and Student Leadership Consultant (SLC) positions are two separate jobs, there are some universally common reasons why you should consider applying.

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 The IC Catholic Community is sponsoring a Spring Break Trip to the Romero Center in Camden, NJ. There, we will participate in the Urban Challenge Program which focuses on the three components of service, community and faith. 

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Today, February 14, is Ash Wednesday! Ashes will be distributed at the following times throughout the day. All services are in Muller Chapel except for the one at 8 pm as noted below: 

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On Wednesday, February 14 and Thursday, February 15, the U-Lot (Campus Center Lot) will be serving as reserved parking associated with the Board of Trustees meetings on those dates.  The lot will be closed to normal use and individuals who typically park in that lot will need to utilize other campus parking options.  The lot is scheduled to re-open to normal use at approximately 12:30 p.m. on Thursday.  Individuals needing to access the U-Lot handicapped spaces can continue to do so at any time by speaking with the lot attendant.

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