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Doug Cross, associate professor of speech-language pathology and audiology, was interviewed February 26 by WHCU Morning Newswatch about The King’s Speech, which won an Oscar the following day for best film. While critics of the film have claimed that many of the historical facts are incorrect...

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Miranda Kaye, an assistant professor of exercise and sport sciences at Ithaca College, was quoted in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle about how running can be used as an antidepressant. 
The article features Erin Johnson, a woman who suffers from manic depression and found that running is the best antidepressant for her.

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With a new revolution in Egypt, women were beginning to feel safe from sexual harassment and oppressive social customs. Yet the February 11 assault on CBS News correspondent Lara Logan, who was covering the uprising, shows that the threat 
of violence against women remains. CBS said...

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Raquib Zaman, professor and chair of finance and international business, was featured in Global Finance magazine, which cited his expertise in Islamic banking practices. Commenting on whether or not Islamic financial institutions will seek expansion into Latin American markets, Zaman said, “The only way that Islamic finance would be supportable in...

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James Carville urges students to make rain!         

By Sara Friedman ’13

On the eve of election night 2010, political pundit James Carville spoke at Ithaca College about the future 
of politics in the...

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