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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, associate professor of journalism
England’s Guardian newspaper reported on Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, a demonstration that was intended to lampoon mainstream media. Jeff Cohen commented on the current state of media in the U.S. “It is a sad commentary that the two most important news shows are on...

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Evan Nison, Ithaca College junior
College students across the country have played a part in Proposition 19, the ballot initiative that would legalize and regulate marijuana in California, including students from Ithaca College. “This is one of our generation’s most important issues,” said Nison, who has spent the last five months helping to coordinate...

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Ellen Staurowsky, professor of sport management and media
Hundreds of media outlets around the country, including the ABC News website, picked up an Associated Press story about research conducted by Ellen Staurowsky and a team of students in the graduate program in Sport Management, in conjunction with the National College Players Association. Their study found that...

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Tom Rochon, president
President Tom Rochon wrote a commentary for the Chronicle of Higher Education about the three days he spent last summer working with the facilities department here at Ithaca College. Rochon said of his experience, “after a few days of facilities duty, I see the campus and those who work on it with new eyes. I pause to admire flower beds and...

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Jeff Cohen, associate professor of journalism
The Christian Science Monitor reported on the changing boundaries of journalism in relation to events like the Colbert-Stewart rally in Washington, D.C., an event that seems to blur the lines between politics and entertainment. Cohen suggests that Stewart and Colbert are doing more to cultivate the democratic spirit when...

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Patricia Rodriguez, assistant professor of politics
The Chilean government’s efforts to dissuade the native Mapuche people from their hunger strike may not accomplish much, Patricia Rodriguez told The Cutting Edge. The Piñera administration’s reliance on discussions to address the Mapuche conflict is nothing new, she cautions. Hundreds of these...

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Lawrence Doebler and Carol McAmis, professors of music performance
The Ithaca College Choir visit to the Music Center at Strathmore next to Washington, D.C., drew the attention of The Examiner. Lawrence Doebler and Carol McAmis were interviewed about the significance of the performance. “These students are the best and are dedicated to learning the music, then...

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Don Beachler, associate professor of politics
Just three weeks and a day before the general election Don Beachler discussed the mood of the country with radio station WHCU.

Publication: WHCU
Publication Date: October 11, 2010
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President Tom Rochon; Lis Maurer, director of the LGBT Center; and students Matthew Timmons, Kristina Lum and Cameron Scheible
Two television stations reported on Ithaca College’s contribution to the “It Gets Better” video project. President Rochon was among those interviewed about their participation in the project. “Through something like this...

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Michael McCall, professor of marketing and law
“People like to see progress toward a goal and feel good about it. Consumers … will place a value on those rewards that they feel that they have earned,” Michael McCall told BusinessNewsDaily when asked about customer reward programs. “When rewards are simply given away and the customer does not...

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