09 Oct 2018

Students should not be afraid to vote

With the Nov. 6 midterm elections right around the corner, you may be asking yourself, “Am I going to vote?” However, the question you should be asking yourself is, “Who am I voting for?” Voter turnout among young people, such as college students, is often low because young people feel

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27 Sep 2018

People shouldn’t lose jobs over old posts

What if one written word could ruin your whole career? In 2018, it’s become a common trend to see people fired for old tweets made five, 10, and recently 35 years ago. According to the Indianapolis Star, in late August, retired Indy 500 and Formula One driver Derek Daly was

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01 Feb 2017

Should online shares be selective?

The ability to connect with the masses through social media has changed the world.  For many people, the constant need to check or post on social media has become an essential part of our day-to-day plans. According to digitaltrends.com, people in the U.S. check some type of social media account

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31 Jan 2017

Beta Gamma Sigma presents social media workshop

The academic honors society Beta Gamma Sigma presented a Business Tips for Social Media workshop on Tuesday. Stephanie Hynes, Texas Wesleyan’s director of digital marketing and strategy, told students how to use Facebook as part of a businesses’ marketing strategy. Many executives may second-guess social media because they believe it

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15 Apr 2015

My Lenten Journey of giving up social media

Take a look around campus next time you walk from one building to another. I would roughly say around half of the students walking are on their phones. It’s okay, I’m guilty of this too sometimes! I wanted to take a step back and remember how it was like before

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