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

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Annemarie Farrell, associate professor and chair, Department of Sport Management and Media
In an article discussing the San Antonio Spurs fan base, Farrell commented on the actions of die-hard fans. “So much of being a sports fan isn’t rational.”

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Lisa Barnard, assistant professor, Department of Strategic Communication
WHCU Radio interviewed Barnard about the discomfort consumers feel from ads targeting them directly. “They’re not expecting to see an ad targeting stuff that they’ve been shopping for online, and that really is bothering consumers.” 

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Lisa Barnard, assistant professor, Department of Strategic Communication
In an article about tailored online advertising, Barnard commented on the impact it has on consumers. “My experience was that consumers’ reactions to it were not good. They found it to be really creepy.”

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Crystal Kayiza, student
The Nation, an independent political magazine, featured an article written by Kayiza about her view of the future. “We’ve all heard the adage, those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. I’ve become a firm believer in the fullness of that truth—our future is dependent on reaching...

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Patrick McKeon, assistant professor, Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences
In an article about the key role of feet in core stability, McKeon discussed the importance of foot muscles. “These muscles actually are dynamic deformation sensors in the foot that give us a lot of information about where the body is in space.” 

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