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In 1969, a collective composed primarily of student-of-color student activists agreed to end what remains to this day the longest continuous student strike in the history of the United States.  Enlivened, in a time of war and racial terror, by the idea that university resources could be repurposed toward the end of liberation, the strike’s culmination led to the official establishment of the first College of Ethnic Studies. 

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Park Distinguished Visitor: JEFF ORLOWSKI

Thursday, September 12th EMERSON SUITES 7:30pm - 9pm

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Biology and Biochemistry Student Summer Activities    

September 5 
CNS 112
4:00 pm 

Hosted by Tri-Beta; reception to follow

Come and hear about highlights of the research and activities that our students participated in over the summer.

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“Confronting the Rise of Hate Crimes and White Supremacy.”
Kristen Clarke
National Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Tuesday, Sept. 10, 7:00 PM, Textor 102

Kristen Clarke, president & executive director of the National Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, leads one of the country’s most important national civil rights organizations in the pursuit of equal justice for all.  The Lawyers’ Committee seeks to promote fair housing and community development, economic justice, voting rights, equal educational opportunity, criminal justice, judicial diversity and more.

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The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen LGBTQ annual film series at Ithaca College will kick off its 2019–20 schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 3, with the documentary Documented. Free and open to the public, the film will be shown at 6 p.m. in Textor 103.

In 2011, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas outed himself as an undocumented immigrant in the New York Times Magazine. Documented chronicles his journey to America from the Philippines as a child; his public struggle as an immigration reform activist/provocateur; and his journey inward as he reconnects with his mother, whom he hasn't seen in 20 years. 

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The Park School invites the campus community to a panel of faculty, students, and alumni discussing the media’s current and emerging role in our democracy.

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We'd like to invite the faculty and and students of the Park School of Communications to a special screening & discussion of two powerful Cinema Thesis films. 

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Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology students and faculty presented at the New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association (NYSSHLA) annual convention in Albany, NY from May 3-4th. 

 

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Want to learn more about Asian American communities and histories?

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All are welcome to learn about the research projects!

Presentations take place in CNS 112.

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Come and learn about the research happening in the Biochemistry Program!

CNS 112. All are invited.

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Join the Chemistry Department and celebrate the current student research in the department!

 

Chemistry seniors will present their final senior research projects. Come to learn all about their exciting current work and the process of research in the department.

The presentations will occur on three days 

April 30th @ 4 PM, May 2nd @ 4 PM, and May 8th at 4:30 PM

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I am very proud to share that our Analytics and Institutional Research (AIR) team has made three presentations and one panel discussion at HEDW (Higher Education Data Warehousing) Forum, April 14-17 in Ann Arbor, MI.  All presentations were well received by the participants. IC’s efforts to build a strong data management infrastructure in cloud (Analytics, Data Warehouse, and Data Governance) is now widely recognized at the national level. 

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Dr. Anishanslin’s talk, “Portrait of a Woman in Silk,” will be Thursday, April 25, at 12:10 p.m. in Business 204.

 

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 The Ithaca Music Forum presents a remarkable roundtable on Hip-Hop as a music, a cultural practice, and a source of history. Free, with food.

HIP-HOP on EARTH, featuring

• SAMMUS (Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo) on songwriting and method
• Alex Blue V on the art and politics of production and "flipping" samples
• Carlos Ramirez on reggaetón in Puerto Rico
• Ben Ortiz on hip-hop archives
• Dr, Catherine Appert, moderator & expert on Senegalese hip-hop

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Through a unique Student Affairs/Academic Affairs/community partners collaboration, our Launch Party/ Guided Tour of the Ithaca LGBTQ Local History Walking Tour will take place on Sunday, April 28 at 1 pm. We'll gather at the Textor Ball, and the the tour's creators will lead a guided walking tour including campus and community sites of LGBTQ historical significance. The initiative represents a year of work by students Rachel Steinmetz '19, Cal Goodin '19,and Gianna Caputo '19, alumna Rachel Kreidberg '18, and LGBT Center director Luca Maurer. We're delighted that the tour has already been designated an Ithaca Heritage Tour, and our guided tour event is sponsored by The History Center. Planned to coincide with the 8th Streets Alive! Ithaca event, we hope people will join us as we take to the streets to rediscover our history. 

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Tuesday April 23: Spring Seminar Series

Please join us for a talk with Jerome Fung -

“The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics: Groundbreaking Inventions in Laser Physics”

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Dr. Anishanslin’s talk, “Portrait of a Woman in Silk,” will be Thursday, April 25, at 12:10 p.m. in Business 204.

 

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Join Career Services for an earth week lunch & learn opportunity when we are joined by representatives of the Libra Group who will discuss their alternative energy company Greenwood Energy and their PAID internship opportunities.  You'll get to meet Siobhan Owens a member of Libra's social responsibility team and Mazen Turk, Director of Asset Management and Business Development for Greenwood.  This is a great chance to get an inside look at the alternative industry field from a sustainability and business perspective and possibly plug into a great internship opportunity.  Pizza will be provided!

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‘Lessons from Indigenous Struggles to Dismantle the Nuclear Beast: Clare Grady, Kings Bay Plowshares7’

TUE April 16, 2019. 4-515pm. Friends 309, Ithaca College; public welcome

 About a year ago, on April 4th 2018, seven anti-nuclear activists secretly entered Kings Bay Naval Base, GA—one of the largest nuclear submarine bases in the world—under the cover of night. Their goal was to symbolically disarm the six nuclear ballistic missile submarines kept there. Each submarine carries 20 Trident thermonuclear weapons. One year after this historic action, three of the Plowshares activists remain jailed in Georgia. The other four are out on $50,000 bond with electronic ankle monitors. All seven face up to 25 years in prison for their actions. Global leaders, activists and scholars, including Nobel Peace Prize-winning South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Daniel Ellsberg and Noam Chomsky, released a petition addressed to U.S.Attorney General William Barr demanding all charges against the Kings Bay 7 be dropped immediately.

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