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“Social Media” soc-ial adjective 1. of or relating to society or its organization me-di-a noun 1. plural form of medium. me·di·um noun 1.an agency or means of doing something. Social – Media noun, adjective?, verb? 1. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Snapchat, Tinder 2. Brand Interaction and Engagement: JetBlue PB&J award, Oreo’s Ad 3. Connecting Information: MITRE 4. Telling a story: […]
If you need me, call me. No matter where you are, no matter how far. Just call my name. I’ll be there in a hurry. You don’t have to worry. Diana Ross definitely wasn’t thinking of Amazon when she sang “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” but when I think about the song–how she explains how […]
Last summer, I participated in one of the most memorable experiences of my life, Birthright. For those of you who have not heard of this organization, Birthright, also known as Taglit (which in Hebrew means “discovery,”) sends Jewish students and young adults ages 18-26 to Israel for free. Though it may seem unlikely to pass up the chance to have a completely subsidized $3000 trip given to anyone who has at least one Jewish parent and identifies as Jewish (full eligibility rules can be found here,) the organization continues to struggle to grow beyond its current numbers and attract Jewish men and women to sign up before they turn 26 years old.
The me-first traveller: a person who positively positions himself or herself to be prominently associated with a given experience as opposed to merely presenting an image as a travel experience. Before further developing upon these thoughts, a short video will help to further illustrate my definition, but first let me take a selfie: We’ve […]
My time at BC is flying away, I’ll be back home in less than 40 days. However I promised myself that I would have travelled around the US as much as time and money have allowed me to do. That’s why this weekend I went to Chicago! But unlike in all my previous trips, I […]