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Hey Class of 2019! Do you want to help shape and plan our senior year? If you want to play a role in this, you might be interested in becoming a Class Cabinet member for the 2018-2019 school year! 

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 For the first time, there is a PALS learn-to-row class offered from August 29  through September 15.  It is good for 0.5 credit.  There is an option to enroll from 4-5pm or 5-6pm.  The class will be held daily with 14 total class sessions.

 

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Click here to learn more about SH101's 4 step guide to doing nothing, but actually everything.

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Click here to read Student Health 101's advice on how to make sure your living situation is drama-free.

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Student Health 101 has real tips from real students. Follow this link to learn more!

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Take Watching Race in US Media as a Summer Session II online course (July 2-Aug 3) and fulfill diversity and/or themes & perspectives requirements. Watch films, blog about it, and learn to analyze media critically!

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Explores how representations of racial and ethnic identities in U.S. film, television, and music influence the construction of political, racial, and gender identities nationally. Investigates how cultural representations of race, ethnicity, and gender are central to the development of U.S. mass culture, nationalism, citizenship, and social movements. Particular attention is given to the role of black, Latino/a, Native and Asian culture and music in developing strategies of resistance to oppression. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 3 credits.

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Head to SH101 to learn how to find your rhythm of being a star student. Afterwards, let Student Health 101 know how you liked the article and be entered in their monthly $1,000.00 drawing.

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Click here to head to SH101 and read about what sleep debt is and how to avoid it.

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Head to SH101 to get the recipe for super cheap and easy overnight oats!

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Head to SH101 to enter the $1,000 drawing before the month is over! The June Orientation issue of Student Health 101 will be live soon! Keep tuned to Intercom for announcements regarding new articles and raffle drawings! Regular SH101 articles will return in September, but you can rate articles during June and July still. Don't forget to use the search feature to research all the topics you want to get a head start on for the fall!

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Click here to head to Student Health 101's survey and enter your answer to the question "What's your best way to unwind?"

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Click here to submit your answer and be entered into the SH101's raffle drawing for $1,000.00.

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The $7.50 summer semester complimentary print allowance will go into effect on Monday, May 21st. Unused allowances from the fall and spring will not roll over to the summer semester allowance. Log in to webprint.ithaca.edu to check your printing balance, upload jobs to WebPrint, and view pending jobs.

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The Friends 110 computer lab will be open 24/7 until Friday, May 18th at 3:00pm, at which point it will close for summer renovations. Printing will be available 24/7 via the WebPrint Release Station through senior week. A lab consultant will be available during the hours listed below.

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As residents prepare to move out at the end of the semester, we ask you to be mindful of safety concerns related to insuring access to emergency response vehicles to residence halls.    The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management asks that you abide by the following safety standards:

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Seats are still available for ESS375 - Research Methods! It fulfills both WI and QL requirements. Sign up today! Class times M-F 8-noon, May 14-25.

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Sebastian Harenberg (sharenberg@ithaca.edu).

The Graduate Program in Exercise and Sport Sciences in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences is proud to announce that an exchange agreement between Ithaca College and the University of Münster in Germany has been signed. This exchange agreement offers an unique academic and cultural experience to ESS graduate students concentrating in Sport Psychology, or undergraduate students minoring in sport psychology.

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I am thrilled to announce that the following individuals have been selected to serve on the 2019 Senior Class Gift Committee. I am very honored and excited to get to work with such a committed group of student leaders. Please join me in congratulating this phenomenal group of rising seniors!

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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.

 

Help Improve the Ithaca College Core Curriculum (ICC)!!

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¡Únete a IC Teatro!

Contributed by Annette Levine on 05/09/18 

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¿Hablas español? ¿Te gusta el teatro? 

Únete a IC Teatro as we produce the 2018-19 production Habla/Speak in collaboration with Cornell's Teatrotaller.

Spanish 33400 is a three-credit course open to anyone interested in any and all aspects of the stage. No theatre experience necessary. 

¡Hagamos TEATRO!

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