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First-year student Ben Domenick-Urbansky narrates during his performance in IC Macabre’s production of Ulysses Dies at Dawn in Williams Hall on Dec. 1. The musical is an adaptation of the Mechanisms’ album of the same name.

College Briefs Dec. 6

December 7, 2023
College briefs December, 6 2023.
From the left, first-year students Romeo Maslin, Niki Weinberger, Daniella Thompson, Joelle Kernen and Jackie Kofron making ginger bread houses at the Making Houses for the Ginger-Folks! event hosted by the First Generation Center at IC Square on Nov. 28.

College Briefs Nov. 28

November 28, 2023
College Briefs Nov. 28
From left, senior Jason Pohl, sophomore Kalyani Jagadale and senior Shakthe Priya Sankar dance to Bollywood music at the Light It Up festival Nov. 12 in IC Square. This event celebrated Diwali, an Indian Festival of Lights that celebrates the victory of good over evil.

College Briefs Nov. 15

November 15, 2023
Campus community members needed for Middle States Accreditation working groups. Ithaca College is seeking student, staff and faculty volunteers to serve on the self-study team for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation process.
From the left, sophomore Garen Igho, junior DAndre Walker and junior Brian Martinez roasting smores by a fire at the BIOPOC Unity Centers S’mores on the Quad  event with BRASA and B4B on Nov. 3.

College Briefs Nov. 7

November 7, 2023
Notices in the campus community for upcoming weeks
Residents shop at the Fall 2023 Friends of the Tompkins County Public Library Book Sale. All proceeds from the annual sale go to the library and the Finger Lakes Library System and donations are open until Nov. 11.

College Briefs Oct. 18

October 18, 2023
Center for Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging hosts open house The Center for Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging invites members of the college community to attend an open house from 12–1 p.m. Oct. 24 in Job Hall. The open house recognizes the center’s launch on July 1 as part of Ithaca Forever, the college’s five-year strategic plan. The event allows students, faculty and staff to meet the center’s staff and eat afternoon snacks. Questions and requests for accommodations can be directed to Mack Rovenolt at [email protected] or 607-274-7011.
Jason Hamilton, professor of environmental studies, shows the structure of a honeycomb to attendants of Bee Fest, hosted by South Hill Apiaries on Oct. 8

College Briefs Oct. 10

October 4, 2023

Sanvello seeking student brand ambassadors at Ithaca College The Center for Health Promotion at Ithaca College is seeking student ambassadors for the Sanvello app. Sanvello is a self-care app that provides...

First-year student Jackie Kofron enjoys painting tote bags and playing bingo with her peers at Fall Festival, hosted by IC After Dark. At the event, students bond and savor fall flavors with apple crisp, donuts and apple cider.

College Briefs Sept. 27

September 26, 2023
Department of Chemistry hosts weekly speaker series The Department of Chemistry is hosting a weekly Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series at 12:10 p.m. on Tuesdays in Room 115 in the Center for Natural Sciences. The series will feature speakers who present their research, career paths and chemistry and biochemistry experiences. Individuals can visit the Department of Chemistry’s website to view a full list of speakers and access a Zoom link to join the presentations. Requests for accommodations can be directed to Paula Larsen at [email protected] or 607-274-3238. 
First-year student Eva Leon ties together a bouquet of dried flowers in the Ithaca College Terrace Quad at a bouquet making and DIY bookmark event hosted by Carly Dudek, Ithaca College Residence Director.

College Briefs Sept. 20

September 19, 2023
The college will test the IC Alert Emergency Notification System (ENS) and Outdoor Warning System (OWS) during the noon hour Sept. 21. The ENS shares information and instructions during an emergency through voice, e-mail and text messages. These notifications are delivered automatically to active college email accounts: student, faculty and staff phone numbers provided to the college through the Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) system and office telephones listed in the directory.
From left to right, pianist Andrew Woodruff 25 and vocalist Catherine Gale Titlebaum perform along with Ithaca College Jazz Ensemble on Sept. 9 during an educational jazz concert for children and families.

College Briefs Sept. 13

September 19, 2023
The Education Technology Center’s podcast production studio is now open for students, staff and faculty. Interested individuals can sign up to book the studio through this link. The Ithaca College Library is celebrating Banned Books Week from Oct. 1 to Oct. 7. As a part of the week, the library is organizing a Banned Book Read Out from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3 in the Handwerker Gallery.
The Ithaca College Island Fusion Dance Team performed at the BIPOC Unity BBQ hosted on the Campus Center Quad on Sept. 1. Along with other performances, there was Tie Dye, lawn games and food.

College Briefs Sept. 6

September 6, 2023
Briefs: CAPS organizes weekly virtual anxiety workshop; Educational Technology Advisory Committee seeks subcommittee members; Four Year Family Conference to be held for Higher Education Opportunity Program students; Professor publishes essay in Journal of Mexican Studies; Open house sessions inform faculty about Writing Center; Hillel hosts Rosh Hashanah banquet; Student Organization Leadership Conference prepares students to lead; Office of Student Engagement seeks student organization advisers; and First-Generation Center hosts welcome event.
From left, Cornell junior Camryn Carlo and sophomore Doga Ozalp block while Ithaca sophomore Naomi Clauhs spikes and senior Julia Costa and junior Ellie Benedict get ready to defend at the scrimmage between Cornell and Ithaca on Aug. 26.

College Briefs Aug. 30

August 30, 2023
Briefs: Alumni Weekend opens registrations; BIPOC Unity Center hosts BBQ event, Book discussion on ageism open to all; LGBT Center hosts student social; Division of Information Technology and Analytics organizes webinar on Microsoft Teams; and Nominations open for the Teaching Resource Allocation Committee.
Members of the Class of 2027 wave goodbye to drones at Higgins Stadium on Aug.18 while supporters watch via livestream during #ICYouLater. Hosted by New Student and Transition Programs, the event was a part of orientation.

College Briefs Aug. 23

August 23, 2023

  Menstrual Equity Center opens to offer supplies and education The Downtown Ithaca Alliance opened the city’s first Menstrual Equity Center and Period Pantry Aug. 10. The center, which was...

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