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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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Jack Wang, associate professor, Department of Writing
Wang discusses the Google Doodle he and his twin brother made of wool that paid homage to the 148th birthday of the “Little House of the Prairie” author on February 7. “Our Doodle, which shows Laura (brunette) and Mary (blond) running through the prairies, is loosely inspired by opening...

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Stephen Mosher, professor, Department of Sport Management and Media
Mosher was interviewed about impact domestic violence occurrences have on the NFL’s culture.  “The hostility that the National Football League has displayed toward women is long and tedious and will continue to be so.”

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Stephen Mosher, professor, Department of Sport Management and Media
In an article exploring the line between gamesmanship and cheating, Mosher discussed the culture of high-profile controversies. “It’s certainly accepted as part of the culture that you game the system as much as you possibly can, and if you don’t get caught, it ain’t...

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Stephen Mosher, professor, Department of Sport Management and Media
In an article recapping the alleged “DeflateGate” NFL scandal, Mosher shared his view of New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. “Of all the jerks who coach teams in the National Football League, Bill Belichick is about the ‘jerkiest,’ that I would grant you. Whatever...

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Michael Rogers, associate professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Rogers was featured for the work he and his students did to document President Lincoln’s Cottage using 3D laser scanning technology. “What you learn is in the details.”

Other media outlets that reported on the story included Voice of America, Architect Magazine,...

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