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

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Catherine Weidner, associate professor and chair, Department of Theatre Arts
Weidner summarized what students must do to execute a perfect monologue when auditioning. “We are looking for people to come through their material. It’s about inner life and connection.”

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Michael McCall, professor and chair, Department of Marketing and Law
McCall provided insight into when to tip and the tipping variations between cultures and countries.

Headline: “Tip ’em or Stiff ’em? Our Guide on How Much to Give
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Donald Beachler, associate professor, Department of Politics
Beachler commented on incumbent Republican U.S. Representative Tom Reed’s political campaign ads targeting his opponent as being “an extreme Ithaca liberal.”. “I think Reed’s not worried about alienating Tompkins County because he know he won’t get very many votes in Ithaca...

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Max Ocean, student, Ithaca College
Ocean was quoted in an article recapping a protest for the role Wall Street has played in climate change. “We’re making an obvious effect that these bankers, when they came out to lunch, they saw.”

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Diane Gayeski, dean, Roy H. Park School of Communications
Gayeski contributed an article to the professional development publication about why SPOCs (Small Private Online Courses) are better than MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses).

Headline: “MOOCs Are So Yesterday

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