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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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Deborah King, professor, Department of Exercise and Sport Science
King was featured on the “Tell Me Why” segment of HuffPost Live and discussed the most difficult ice skating jumps to land. “The higher you jump the more time you get in the air, and the more time you are in the air the more time you have to rotate around.”

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Rita Bunatal ’16, African Students Association
An article on CNN.com highlighted the Ithaca College African Student Association's "The Real Africa: Fight the Stereotype" social media initiative aiming to educate and raise awareness about the common stereotypes surrounding Africa and its people. "We wanted to break one of the biggest...

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Scott Hamula, professor and chair, Department of Strategic Communication
Hamula was interviewed by WCHU about his analysis of the Super Bowl commercials and all the talk they were generating. "There is some really good buzz going around this year, and there isn't enough time yet for there to be a big wear out factor."

Outlet: WHCU

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Gary Sforzo, professor, Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences
Sforzo explained why resistance training and  staying physically active are important for more than just looking good. "It's something everyone should be doing. It's for your health, and it does have a side effect."

Outlet: Philly.com
Publication date: January 28,...

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Rachel Reuben, associate vice president, Office of Marketing Communications
Reuben was quoted in an article by the official publication of the HighEdWeb Association, about the use of social media in higher education. She noted that there has been a tremendous change since she surveyed colleges and universities in 2008, with the challenge today being “just...

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