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IC in the Media

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

Posted by Megan Wolk at 10:29AM

Stephanie Cruz, student
The Salamanca Press published a story on work being done by assistant professor of health promotion and physical education Kari Brossard Stoos and a group of students, as part of an initiative to help improve the health and wellbeing of young people in rural Cattaraugus County. “We developed a food game for the kids to help them understand...

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Posted by Megan Wolk at 10:28AM

Shoshe Cole, assistant professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
The Daily Mail was one of a number of media outlets reporting on Cole’s research examining the discovery of acidic vapor eating away at rocks on Mars, Cole says this “vog” alters the structure of the rocks. “Nothing is being added or taken away, but it was...

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Posted by Megan Wolk at 10:26AM

Rachel Wagner, associate professor, Department of Philosophy and Religion
Wagner was quoted in an article about sexism and violence in the video gamer culture. “The root problem here is not gaming, or even guns. The root problem is a rigid, simplistic response to difference that too easily resorts to violent conflict as a means of expressing...

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Posted by Megan Wolk at 10:26AM

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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Posted by Megan Wolk at 10:24AM

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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