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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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Don Austin, assistant director of community service and leadership development
More and more college students are choosing to spend their breaks helping others, Austin told Diverse Issues in Higher Education. “A lot of times students will participate in a trip like that, and then they will broaden the conversation of what is the role of the college student in...

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Rachel Wagner, associate professor of philosophy and religion
Can video games play a role in bullying by schoolchildren? In an article picked up by Yahoo! News Wagner said that it does. “If we compare video games to rituals as similar kinds of interactive experiences that are meant to shape how we see ourselves and others in the world, then we can argue something...

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Zach Mulligan, Ithaca College Student
After he produced a film inspired by Rod Serling for the Rod Serling Film Festival, Mulligan told Jewish newspaper The Algemeiner how attending Ithaca College influenced him. “The Rod Serling Video Festival opened up my interest in Ithaca due to the college’s showcasing of Serling throughout the festival,” Mulligan...

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William Ressler, assistant professor of strategic communication
The recent signing by the New York Yankees of Jewish baseball player Kevin Youkilis led to an article about Jewish baseball players in New York City. Ressler commented on how some players have embraced Judaism as a way to be different. “Sometimes your Jewishness is a way to get recognized...

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Taylor Graham, Ithaca College student
In an article he wrote for the Student Voice blog, Graham addressed the issue of online privacy. He recommends that website policies ensure that users know the risks inherent with submitting crucial information online and how to avoid such dangers. “A good start would be to require Web companies to place prominently, and in...

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Rhoda Meador, director of the Gerontology Institute
In an article she wrote for the Ithaca Journal, Meador offers tips for making better intergenerational connections during the holidays. “The holidays will be here and gone before we know it,” she wrote. “The best gifts you can give yourself and your loved ones are memories you can cherish when this...

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Michael Kaneff, Ithaca College student
Kaneff was recently featured in an article by the Reading Eagle showcasing the videos he’s produced about people living with muscular dystrophy. "I've learned so much about muscular dystrophy, and it's not even looking at words or articles or statistics," said Kaneff. "It's actually from meeting these people...

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Rachel Wagner, associate professor of philosophy and religion
In an article written for the online news site Religion Dispatches, Wagner discussed the decision by the New York Post to publish a photo taken of a man right before he was struck by a New York City subway car. She wrote, “Without the framing device of community, without any context in which to shape...

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Scott Hamula, associate professor of strategic communication
The National Federation of Independent Business asked Hamula to recommend an “old-fashioned” method of marketing that still works. Hamula suggested setting up an in-store sweepstakes to get more information about your customers. "Set out a box, signage, registration slips and give away a gift...

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