Posts tagged "facebook"

KONY 2012: The Video, The Background, The Critics

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I have posted about Kony 2012 twice before: once pointing out the posters that have adorned my Loyola University campus since last fall, and once as a news story people should consider following this year. On March 5, the culmination of guerrilla advertising efforts went viral with the 30 minute feature film on the Kony... Read more »

Write For ChiU!

  Dear Current and Future Chicago College Students, Do you love Chicago?  Do you love College?  Do you love when these two wonderful worlds come together?  Then you would probably be the perfect candidate to write for ChiU. Here is what we are looking for: Social media mavens Photographers Writers Chicago enthusiasts Here are (just)... Read more »

Osama Bin Laden's death: the Millennial experience

Osama Bin Laden's death: the Millennial experience
      Chloe Elmer/Daily Collegian (SOURCE: http://www.collegian.psu.edu/media/image/photo/2011/5/nation_and_world0016_420x322.jpg) by Karis Hustad, Sophomore, Loyola University Chicago They say that every generation has their defining world event that marks the end of naievity about the way the world works. This news event is something everyone in a certain age group can recall with vivid emotion and imagery; likely... Read more »
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The Letter of the Week is F

Finals It’s that beautiful time again. DePaul Fall Quarter Finals Week 2010. And all of the printers on campus are “temporarily out of service”. Perfect. In my opinion, finals week is an all-or-nothing event. It’s a chance to make excuses for everything else in your life. For example, how do I justify eating three pints... Read more »

Campus Question: Will Facebook lose popularity?

Campus Question: Will Facebook lose popularity?
Facebook and college have become practically inseparable.  Whether its procrastinating for a test, searching for the relationship status of that cute boy/girl in chem class, keeping up on old friends’ whereabouts or responding to thousands of event invites, the social networking site has become a major part of college student life. But didn’t people say... Read more »

Could I Live Without Social Media?

In light of Scott Kleinberg’s latest blog post, No social media for you? No way, I have decided that it is time to take a stand against those who do not understand or appreciate social media. In Scott’s post, he talks about Provost Eric Darr of Harrisburg University of Science and Technology and his interesting case study... Read more »
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