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

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Jeff Cohen, director, Park Center for Independent Media
Cohen was interviewed by RT America on the deal made between the CIA and Amazon.com, and the potential conflicts of interest faced by the Washington Post because its new owner is Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. “The Washington Post should acknowledge a basic principle of journalism when the owner of the...

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Gerard Turbide, director, Office of Admission
U.S. News & World Report quoted Turbide on what college admission officers can do to help students who have problems with the common application. "That answer may be different from one college to the next. What's right and what works for Ithaca College may not be what another institution wants them to...

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Rhoda Meador, director, Gerontology Institute
Senior Voice America, a resource for people ages 55 and older, interviewed Meador about how to help elders have a happy and fulfilled holiday. “There are lots of new technologies like Skype and other types of online platforms that make it easy for older people to connect with their families who are very far...

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Jeff Cohen, director, Park Center for Independent Media
Cohen contributed an article to Common Dreams, an independent news outlet, about the inspiration to his career provided by the liberal philosopher Noam Chomsky. “When I was in college in the late 1960s/early ’70s, he was already a guiding light for me, an exemplar of how those with privilege and...

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Maura Stephens, associate director, Park Center for Independent Media
Truthout, an independent news outlet, interviewed Stephens about her article “Walmart Is Not the Bargain You Might Think” and the points she makes about the repercussions of Walmart’s way of doing business. “They do absolutely build their fortunes on the back of the U.S. public...

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Rhoda Meador, director, Gerontology Institute
YNN interviewed Meador about how to use technology to connect with elder friends and family during the holidays. “It’s really great for older people because they can access family pictures and keep up with family activities.”

Outlet: YNN
Publication date: December 14, 2013
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Thomas Rochon, President, Ithaca College
In an article for the Fiscal Times, the president of the National Association of Colleges, Peter Wood, commended a symposium presentation by President Rochon on the college’s core curriculum, calling it, “a pitch-perfect talk in balancing peril with measured confidence.”

Outlet: The Fiscal Times

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Skott Freedman, assistant professor, Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
The official blog of the Bilingualism Research Lab at the University of Illinois at Chicago featured Freedman’s research on the enhanced ability of bilingual children to process sounds. His research confirmed the dual-process learning ability, which dives into how bilingual...

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Scott Hamula, associate professor and chair, Department of Strategic Communication
WHCU Radio interviewed Hamula about the movie marketing strategies taken by Anchorman 2. “Usually we do these types of things to get positive buzz going, but this is so oversaturated that now it’s at a wear out point.”

Outlet: WHCU
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Deborah King, associate professor, Department of Exercise and Sport Science
Where We Live, a WNPR News radio show, interviewed King about the Winter Olympics and biomechanics of figure skating. “Being able to deliver what you can do in practice on the spot when the moment is big – the Olympic games or the World Championship – in figure skating,...

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Rhoda Meador, director, Gerontology Institute
Meador was quoted by AARP The Magazine about linking senior housing with higher education. “Residents repeatedly say they’ve enjoyed and benefited from the intergenerational activities they participate in.”

Outlet: AARP The Magazine
Publication date: December 2013
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