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Social Media vs. Holiday Cards?

Woo-hoo! We are in full swing with holiday season and I cannot be happier! People are coming together, good food is being made and people tend to be in a more joyous mood this time of year (expect those Grinches that we all know of).          How does social media impact communication […]

Paris Terror Attacks and Social Media Reaction

Last night, a series of coordinated attacks began shortly after 9 pm with gunfire from a restaurant in the Bastille area of Paris. By now, at least 127 people have been killed in this ISIS terror attacks on Pairs as French president, Francois Hollande, says. People all over the world are shocked by this malignant […]

Taking care of Coco

So I recently bought a 2 month old hedgehog. Her name is Coconut but everyone just calls her Coco. She is the cutest little ball of fur and quills out there and everyone of my friends fights me over when they get to play with her. The problem with Coco, other than being a huge […]

Phone Addiction: Help

Just how addicted are we to our phones? A new photo series by Eric Pickersgill takes every day images and removes the cell phones present to make our attachment to those little devices frighteningly apparent. In settings ranging from a couple in bed to strangers sitting on a street corner to a family sitting at […]

NCAA Social Media Regulations

The NCAA has a very strict code of conduct. This comes as no surprise due to the frequency of news stories featuring premier collegiate athletes continually getting in trouble and making headlines for various infractions. But as a student athlete here at Boston College, I have been subject to many compliance meetings outlining the rules […]

“Studying” Abroad and Social Media

Florence, Italy: the place that completely stole my heart and absolutely changed me forever.  Studying abroad was hands down the best experience of my life.  When else in your life are you going to be able to travel for such an extended period time, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the culture and experience […]