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Campaign Looks to Take Ithaca College ‘Beyond Body’

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Created by Ithaca College students, the IC Beyond Body campaign intends to address negative body images through social media and discussion groups that focus on qualities beyond physical appearance, like intelligence and creativity.

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Causes of Childhood Obesity Complex, but Families, Media Play Key Roles

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Children's genetic risks for obesity may be reduced by interventions that strengthen family communication and help children manage their emotions and feelings of satiety, according to a new review of research on the problem.

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Alums Martha Mendoza, William Finnegan Win 2016 Pulitzer Prize

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Journalism's highest honors given for public service and biography

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USC Annenberg and USC Marshall Honor Robert v. Kozinets with Endowed Hufschmid Chair

The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism has announced that Robert V. Kozinets has been selected as the Jayne and Hans Hufschmid Chair in Strategic Public Relations and Business Communication.

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Acclaimed Music Educator Francisco J. Núňez to Be Awarded Honorary Degree by Ithaca College

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The founder of the award-winning Young People’s Chorus of New York City, Francisco J. Núñez, will be among three awarded honorary degrees at Ithaca College's Commencement ceremony. Also recognized will be New York Times correspondent Adam B. Ellick and Fisher House Foundation chair and chief executive officer Kenneth Fisher.

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Yahoo Should Expand News Content, Not Tabloid Material

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Despite Being “the Biggest Threat Facing Humanity” Climate Change and Its Impacts Fail to Make Headlines, Says IFAD Study

Even as 60 million people around the world face severe hunger because of El Niño and millions more because of climate change, top European and American media outlets are neglecting to cover the issues as a top news item, says a new research report funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) today.

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NEWLY-PUBLISHED THE AUTOIMMUNE CONNECTION CALLED “THE ULTIMATE RESOURCE FOR WOMEN WITH AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES” BY AARDA

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Award-winning journalist Rita Baron-Faust and renowned lupus researcher, Dr. Jill Buyon, republishes updated "Autoimmune Connection: Essential Information for Women on Diagnosis, Treatment and Getting on with Your Life".

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USC Annenberg Center for the Digital Future and ThePostGame Analyze Impact of Sports Fan Behavior on Media, Advertising and Spending

USC Annenberg Center for the Digital Future and ThePostGame Analyze Impact of Sports Fan Behavior on Media, Advertising and Spending

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Expert Available to Discuss ISIS Recruiting Videos

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Northwestern University professor of screenwriting David E. Tolchinsky is available to comment on the emotional and physical power of ISIS recruiting videos.

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Suicide Bomber Attacks in Brussels Kills Dozens. ISIS Claims Responsibility. Experts Needed For Media

Suicide bomber attack in brussels kills dozens. ISS claims responsibility. Cities around the world ramp up security. Experts needed for media.

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Barbara Walters Honored with Savitch Award for Excellence in Journalism

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Renowned journalist Barbara Walters has been honored by Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communications as the 2016 recipient of the Jessica Savitch Award of Distinction for Excellence in Journalism, an accolade that recognizes broadcasters for their professional excellence and for their mentorship of new journalists.

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“Today” Co-Host Hoda Kotb to Address Tulane University Graduates  

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Hoda Kotb, whose Emmy Award-winning career has spanned the globe from covering wars and natural disasters to co-hosting NBC’s “Today” show, will deliver the keynote address at Tulane University’s Commencement 2016 at 9 a.m., May 14 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

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New Research Confirms: Tech Blogs Set the Agenda for the Traditional Media

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Tech blogs initiate the tech topics to traditional media, which in turn increase the public interest, claims a new research. The research explored the leading tech blogs and traditional media websites in the U.S.

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Spoiler Alert! TV Series Finales a Mixed Bag of Hits and Misses

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Pop culture scholar who wrote the book on television series endings weighs in on some of the best and worst, as several series prepare to sign off.

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'Four-Flavored' Tetraquark, Planets Born Like Cracking Paint, New 2D Materials, The World's Newest Atom-Smasher in the Physics News Source Sponsored by AIP

'Four-Flavored' Tetraquark, Planets Born Like Cracking Paint, New 2D Materials, The World's Newest Atom-Smasher in the Physics News Source sponsored by AIP.

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Media-Driven Attitudes About ‘Made in China’ Label Affect Product and Country

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Consumers develop opinions about a product based on their experience with the item or company. An Iowa State researcher says those attitudes are also influenced by the media, which affects the image of the product and the country where it's made.