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

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Luca Maurer, director, Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services and John Jacobson, student
In an article about younger generations embracing LGBT rights, Maurer discussed young people's effectiveness when sharing their progressive views with older...

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Candace King, student
An article written by King detailing her experience reporting the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” was featured on the NBC News website. “I knew I could not report the stories of “Bloody Sunday” with dignity without recognizing the black excellence and black resilience that exuded from the people on...

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Stephen Mosher, professor, Department of Sport Management and Media
Mosher discussed the characteristics of football player Tim Tebow that make him so popular in sports. “We cannot ignore the fact that Tim Tebow is white, that he’s modest, that he’s well-behaved and that he’s every mother’s dream date for their...

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Alison Shields, assistant professor, Department of Marketing and Law
The Real Deal in Sports, a public affairs show on sports, interviewed Shields about the role nostalgia plays in relationships with sports games. “So much of what makes nostalgia are memories that are very closely associated with family members or with loved ones, and I think just about everyone...

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David Muir ’95, alumnus
The Adweek blog covered the ceremony at which Ithaca College recognized Muir with the Jessica Savitch ’68 Award of Distinction for Excellence in Journalism and presented him with an honorary doctorate at the Paley Center for Media in New York City. The story noted the many prominent broadcast professionals in...

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