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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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Jeff Cohen, director, Park Center for Independent Media, and associate professor, Department of Journalism
Cohen is quoted in an article about how media companies shape coverage of presidential campaigns. “It’s clear that establishment politicians get softer treatment, in general, than outsider candidates.”

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Luca Maurer, Program Director, Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services
Maurer is quoted in an article examining the lack of gender-inclusive restrooms at colleges and universities and how to make facilities more accommodating. “It’s not enough just to have adequate facilities — you have let people know where they...

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Chris Biehn, vice president, Institutional Advancement and Communication
Inside Higher Ed interviewed Biehn about Ithaca College’s new marketing strategy focused on the overall student experience. “We’re going to focus on building our brand.”

Headline: “The Sum or Its Parts?”
Publication date: October 16, 2015

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Kathleen Mulligan, associate professor, Department of Theatre Arts
Mulligan was interviewed by the Boston Globe about her play “This Stained Dawn: Voices of Partition,” that tells the stories of the 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan. “Every family in that part of the world has a story related to partition.”

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Sandra Steingraber, distinguished scholar in residence, Department of Environmental Studies and Science
Steingraber was quoted in an article discussing New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to send the city’s trash to Seneca Falls near Seneca Lake. “This is an area that turns water into wine, but it also serves as the drinking water source for...

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