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In Memoriam
Mastodon Mart
Omnibus Lecture
New Email Filter
Grant Workshop
Food Drive
Nearly Naked Mile
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In Memoriam
Joan Daley Uebelhoer, well-known community activist and a part-time faculty member at IPFW for nearly 30 years, passed away Saturday, Sept. 8. She was 83. Uebelhoer was a founder of the Women's Studies program who offered some of the first courses in women's studies at IPFW. Read obituary ...
Mastodon Mart
Mastodon Mart is now open! Check out Follett's convenience store (C-store) located in Walb, just below YO YO. 
Farrow Opens Omnibus Series
The Omnibus Lecture Series will present actor and activist Mia Farrow this evening, (September 12) at 7:30 p.m. in the Rhinehart Music Center. The topic is "With Knowledge Comes Responsibility: The Darfur Crisis." Free tickets are required. Read the story ...
Inside IPFW
New Email Filtering Option Available
An upgrade has been completed to IT Services' email filter to help reduce unwanted emails. In addition to the current email evaluation, the new filter will flag bulk mailer marketing messages as spam. This should not affect your ability to receive legitimate marketing messages.

Messages marked as potential spam will still be able to be released to your inbox and will be listed in a daily notification email with the subject line "IPFW Spam Quarantine Notification." Additional information on releasing messages flagged as potential spam is available in the IT Services knowledge base. Upgrading your account to use this additional filter is optional. If you are interested in adding this extra protection, contact the Help Desk at 481-6030 or helpdesk@ipfw.edu
Purdue Library Scholars Grant Workshop
A workshop on September 19 from 1 to 2 p.m. in Helmke Library, Room 440A will highlight guidelines for the Purdue University Library Scholars Grant. Grants of up to $5,000 are available to support U.S. or international access to unique information collections. The workshop will answer questions about this opportunity for Purdue scholars and researchers. R.S.V.P. or direct questions to Amy Harrison, harrisoa@ipfw.edu.
Athletics Food Drive Benefits Food Bank
tusky logo Women's soccer will take on Valparaiso and host a food drive to benefit the Community Harvest Food Bank this Sunday, September 16, at 6 p.m. Please bring a nonperishable food item or monetary donation to the match.

Also, women's volleyball will meet IUPUI next Tuesday, September 18. Purchase tickets ...
Donate Your Clothes; Stripping Not Required
Nearly Naked Mile For the fourth year in a row, IPFW is hosting a unique clothing drive to benefit the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission. The Nearly Naked Mile isn't just about stripping down and making fools of ourselves---- your participation helps men, women, and children in crisis. Even if you can't participate in the mile, you can still help by donating your gently used clothing.

Join the fun Wednesday, Sept. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. The first 200 to register online  will receive a free t-shirt. More information ... 
UCē Focuses on Social Media and Urban Public Spaces
UC2 logo Is the town square dead in the age of the Internet? Should it be? The form of the city has evolved over time, influenced by social and political ideas. The College of Art and Sciences' 2012 University Community Conversations (UCē) presents "Social Media or Social Spaces? Political Perspectives and the Future of Urban Public Space" with Matthew Kubik and Patrick Ashton, Thursday, September 20, at 7 p.m. in Neff Hall, Room 101. The presentation is free and open to the public. Read the story ... 
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