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 Al-Anon, the twelve-step group for friends and family members of alcoholics and addicts, is holding weekly meetings at Ithaca College. Meetings are held in the Phillips Room of Muller Chapel every Wednesday from 12:00-12:50pm. The group, officially called the South Hill Higher Ground Al-Anon Family Group, is not affiliated with Ithaca College and is open to students, faculty, staff, and members of the Ithaca community beyond the campus who seek support. The purpose of the meeting is to establish ongoing on-campus support for those who have loved ones contending with addiction. Everything shared by individuals at these meetings will be kept confidential. For anyone coming from off campus, free parking is available in the visitor lot near the entrance to campus from 96-B (Danby Road). For more information, contact SouthHillAFG@gmail.com

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The Cancer Experience- Elective being offered to all majors by the Occupational Therapy department

This is a three-credit elective (ICC Social Sciences; Identities & Mind, Body, Spirit themes) open to students in all majors in the spring semester.

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 Sign up in FusionIM for intramural dodgeball by going to the website recreation.ithaca.edu and clicking on intramurals! Sign ups end Janurary 27th at noon. Games are played Tuesday nights in the Fitness Center 

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Student employees will now complete time cards in IC HR Cloud.  This function is no longer available in Parnassus. Time cards for the January 6 – January 19, 2020 time period are due by 9:00 am on Monday, January 20, 2020. Below are instructions for completing a time card in IC HR Cloud:

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Rabbi Saul Berman, a leading Orthodox thinker who was active in both the Civil Rights and Soviet Jewry movements, will recount his experiences in the Civil Rights movement and other social justice work on Thursday, January 23rd from 4:00 to 5:30 PM in Muller Chapel.

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Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as we dedicate Hillel's pluralistic service to the values he taught. We will bring MLK's words into our service with A Capella song and readings.

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 The annual MLK Day of Service is coming up on Saturday, January 25, and the sign up is now open!

There will be a variety of local community organizations where students can give back during this important event. The event includes breakfast and lunch, an MLK Week t-shirt, and a service reflection to follow the event.

Volunteers need to be available for the event from 8:30 - 3:30pm

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Please consider participating in a research project with graduate students from the Department of Occupational Therapy.

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Don't miss the Welcome to 2020: Senior Class Celebration

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Mail Service is preparing to shift from Winter Break mode into Spring Semester, and we will resume regular service hours as follows.

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Information for Submitting Time Cards in IC HR Cloud
Student employees will now complete time cards in IC HR Cloud.  This function is no longer available in Parnassus.  

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President Collado invites students to come chat with her at her Open Office Hours on Wednesday, January 29, from noon - 2:00 p.m. All students are welcome to drop in and talk with President Collado.

 

Seats are still available for “Modern Latin America,” HIST 234, which meets TTh @ 8am.. The course covers the history of Latin America from the late colonial period through the recent election of Jair Bolsonaro. Major topics include the relationship of Latin America to Europe and the United States and the relationship of notions of race, class and gender to politics and economics. The course counts for the ICC themes of Identities and Power and Justice.

For more information, please contact the instructor, Dr. Jonathan Ablard, jablard@ithaca.edu

Occupational Apartheid is being offered to all majors by the Occupational Therapy department.

 

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Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as we dedicate Hillel's pluralistic service to the values he taught. We will bring MLK's words into our service with A Capella song and readings.

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Rabbi Saul Berman, a leading Orthodox thinker who was active in both the Civil Rights and Soviet Jewry movements, will recount his experiences in the Civil Rights movement and other social justice work on Thursday, January 23rd from 4:00 to 5:30 PM in Muller Chapel.

Rabbi Berman was arrested twice during his time as an activist. Rabbi Berman will offer a Jewish perspective on the Civil Rights Movement and present day issues.

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The course focuses on the following ideologies: liberalism, conservatism, feminism, and democratic socialism. 

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Do you still need an elective that meets the global area studies requirement for the Spring 2020 semester?

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Due to popular demand, we have opened a new section of CSCR 21600 02 Pop Culture & Indigenous Futurities TR 1:10 – 2:25. Sign up before the seats are gone. 

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