A sampling from media accounts that reference Ithaca College or quote members of the college community.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Donald W. Beachler, associate professor, Department of Politics
In a WalletHub article on the impact of political parties on the U.S. economy, Associate Professor Donald Beachler argues that while neither candidate in the 2016 presidential election has a solution for slow economic growth, the greater government spending and tax cuts favored by the Democratic Party...
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Donathan Brown, associate professor, Department of Communication Studies
In a Christian Science Monitor article examining whether voter ID laws and concerns over voter fraud matter in the 2016 presidential election, Associate Professor Donathan Brown argues that support for voter ID laws hurt Republican efforts to reach out to minority and youth voters, and that...
Friday, September 23, 2016
Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang, dean, School of Humanities and Sciences
In a New York Times article on Taiwan’s status at the United Nations, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang explains that the country has not been able to play a role in international affairs since it was forced to give up its U.N. seat to China in 1971. “I find it frustrating that the international community...
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Jeff Cohen, associate professor, Department of Journalism
In an Al Jazeera article on the 2016 presidential election, Associate Professor Jeff Cohen says that the increase in voters abandoning major-party candidates means that third-party candidates should be able to participate in the debates
Monday, July 25, 2016
Lisa Barnard, assistant professor, Department of Integrated Marketing Communications
In a Fast Company article on web companies monitoring users and tailoring websites to individuals, Assistant Professor Lisa Barnard says that even sophisticated users are sometime surprised to learn that there are different versions of the user experience