IC in the Media

IC in the Media

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

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Stephen Sweet, associate professor and chair, Department of Sociology
Sweet commented on the challenges facing older workers when saving for retirement “Economic turbulence, demand for workers with a college educations, and rising education costs have combined to create significant financial challenges for older workers.”

Outlet: Huffington Post


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Michael McCall, professor and chair, Department of Marketing and Law
KPCC Southern California Public Radio interviewed McCall about customer tipping in the service industry. “There are a number of reasons for tipping, some of which are to make ourselves to feel good about ourselves and other reasons may include what we call equity...


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Chris Regan ’89, alumnus
The Chronicle of Higher Education published excerpts from notable 2014 Commencement speeches, including Regan’s address encouraging graduating seniors to try to make people laugh. “Do your part to make sure this wonderful nation doesn’t become a nation of sour, unhappy people.”

Outlet: Chronicle of Higher...


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Ross Orlando ’14, alumnus
The pop culture and emerging technology blog quoted Orlando on the racial representation of video game characters found in his research, which he presented at the college’s James J. Whalen Academic Symposium . “There were little signs of blatant racial stereotypes present outside of racism by omission.”



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David Kornreich, assistant professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Kornreich is quoted in an article discussing the size of the universe and the number of stars it holds. “I don’t know [the answer] because I don’t know if the universe is infinitely large or not.”

Publication date: May 31, 2014


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