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IC in the Media

A sampling from media accounts that reference Ithaca College or quote members of the college community.

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Chrystyna Dail, assistant professor, Department of Theatre Arts
Dail offers 10 tips for how to survive freshman year as a performing arts major.

Headline: “Top College Experts on What You Need to Know to Survive Your...

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Thomas Swensen, professor and chair, Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences
In an article discussing the supposed health benefits of cold water dousing, Swensen says cold water can improve blood circulation, but only temporarily. “What they’re talking about is reactive hyperemia.”

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Sarah Eisenschmidt, student, Ithaca College
Eisenschmidt’s experience with the dating app Tinder is used as an example in an article detailing how New York Jets football players use the app to meet women.

Headline: “How NFL Players Look for...

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Zillah Eisenstein, Emerita professor, Department of Politics
Eisenstein contributed to an article published by The Nation about the structure of economic inequality. “For women of all colors and men of most colors their inheritance is defined by structures of power not recognized in the mainstreamed notion of capital, or labor or the economy...

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Jeff Cohen, director, Park Center for Independent Media, and associate professor, Department of Journalism
In an article discussing the removal of an article advocating against net neutrality posted by NewsOne, a news site geared towards the African American community, Cohen commented on the influence corporations have on news. “Just as corporate cash can corrupt...

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