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

Posted by Dan Verderosa at 12:23AM

Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang, dean, School of Humanities and Sciences
In a Times Higher Education article about the struggles of higher education in Taiwan, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang explains that government spending on higher education has not kept up with the growing number of students attending college. “In the early 1990s, partially as a result of democratisation,...

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Posted by Dan Verderosa at 10:21AM

Stephen Mosher, professor, Department of Communication Studies
In a CNYCentral.com article exploring the controversy over ESPN's decision to remove an announcer from a University of Virginia football game because his name is Robert Lee, Professor Stephen Mosher argued that it was not a serious issue. “It appears to me that this decision is prudent, perhaps...

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Posted by Dan Verderosa at 1:29PM

Alex Reed, associate professor, Music Theory, History and Composition
In a Vox.com article exploring why the song “Despacito” became so popular, Associate Professor Alex Reed explains the impact of the song's composition. “Between the smoothness of its backing instrumentals, its midtempo groove, and its repetitive and very familiar chord...

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Posted by Dan Verderosa at 10:05AM

Stephen Mosher, professor, Department of Communication Studies
In an A.V. Club article exploring how athletes' images are used on cereal boxes, Professor Stephen Mosher says that the athletes pictured on the boxes portray what Americans want to see. “It reflects where society is at that time,” said Mosher. 

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Posted by Dan Verderosa at 9:50AM

Chrissy Guest, assistant professor, Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies
On an episode of the NPR program, “1A,” Assistant Professor Chrissy Guest was part of a panel discussing diversity and portrayals of women and girls in Disney movies. She argued that female characters will continue to improve when more women are involved behind the...

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