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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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Rachel Reuben, associate vice president for marketing communications and Scott Hamula, associate professor of strategic communication
Buzzsaw Magazine interviewed Reuben and Hamula for a feature story on the college’s new “Ready” marketing campaign. “Before this branding initiative, there was no consistency as far as our visual identity or the...

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Stephen Sweet, associate professor of sociology
Sweet’s work with the Sloan Work and Family Research Network was referenced in a recent article at the Huffington Post. His research shows that the amount of resources and the ways they are directed matter significantly when it comes to family leave. “For example, if a society simply offers a gender-neutral...

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Stephen Mosher, professor of sport management and media
Do major league baseball teams owe it to their fans and opponents to keep giving their all even when they don’t have a post-season to look forward to? The Wall Street Journal asked Mosher that question. “When you start to unpack the situation, it gets very, very difficult,” he said. “What do...

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Jessie Kanowitz, Ithaca College student
WENY came to campus to speak to the organizers of the “Spread the Word to End the Word” rally, held to discourage the use of the word “retard” as a derogatory term. “The message is for people to stop using the R-word in everyday speech, to raise awareness on the issue, for people to come here and tell...

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Evan Nison, Ithaca College student
Nison, a representative of Students for Sensible Drug Policy, spoke to YNN about the passage of New York’s Good Samaritan Law. The law is designed to encourage witnesses of drug and alcohol overdoses to seek help without fear of prosecution. “We were in a unique position to be able to prove to legislators that this bill...

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Dave Heichel, facilities setup and event coordinator
Heichel was interviewed by WENY after delivering supplies donated by the college community as part of a Twin Tiers relief effort to support areas hit hard by recent flooding. “I know how everybody feels in Ithaca, we really try to reach out to the community and do all we can for them,” he...

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Michael McCall, professor of marketing and law
McCall joined a team of travel and tipping experts to give tipping advice to The Washington Post. His experiences have proved that it’s important to understand local culture and how it applies to tipping. “When we stayed at a resort in the Dominican Republic, we were told explicitly not to tip,” said...

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Fred Wilcox, associate professor of writing
In an interview with the Center for Media and Democracy, Wilcox discussed the publication of his new book, “Scorched Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam.” He hopes this book will “open a conversation about war, about what we should never do in war, about our environment, about cancer, and about how...

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Janice Levy, professor of cinema, photography, and media arts
The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed Levy after she spent a year teaching photography at a women’s university in Saudi Arabia. The culture of that region made the task harrowing at best, but Levy found the experience rewarding overall. “I believe that photography is a just a vehicle to...

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Erin Smith, Ithaca College Student
Everyone can do a little something to help out their communities, Smith told the Post Register when they interviewed her about a community service project she undertook in her hometown. She said she's learned over the years that everyone has unique talents to offer to their communities if they just step up and volunteer....

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Ithaca College
While Auburn University and the University of Oregon battled for college football’s national championship last year, Ithaca College bested both schools in the Environmental Protection Agency’s “Game Day Challenge,” reports Bloomberg. With help from students in the Principles and Practices of Sustainability class, Ithaca College...

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