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All posts tagged "social media"
See your home screen in living color
Apple products have become some of the most advanced technologies available to the public. With each new model of the iPhone, there comes a string of features such as Apple Pay, facial recognition and studio-quality pictures. But...
- Posted April 3, 2018
Opinion | A little button, The Mona Lisa and Kendrick Lamar
I hate my work almost as much as the industry. It feels every photo I take regresses my experience as a photographer. Every photo I take, and subsequently ask about, I hear the same response: “Hey, great...
- Posted February 27, 2018
Opinion | A loss from a distance
My 2018 started with a friend, not close but nonetheless a friend, dying in a car crash early on a January morning. He was a 19-year-old college student, in the car with three friends driving down I-95....
- Posted February 20, 2018
Social media: society’s compulsive addiction
Social media consumes ever-increasing amounts of time in the everyday lives of people who constantly check their feeds due to FOMO (fear of missing out). It is society’s most efficient tool, yet society’s addiction is arguably its...
- Posted May 2, 2017
Media rewards bad behavior
At only 13 years old, a young teenager got her rise to fame by bringing laughter to other people on a television show. Since then, she’s been under the watchful eye of the media, and people are...
- Posted April 23, 2017
Solidarity shouldn’t be a post on Facebook
By now everyone has heard about the terrorist attacks in Paris. With at least 129 people dead and hundreds more wounded, the whole world has been reeling in the aftermath of the violence. Within hours, millions of...
- Posted November 18, 2015
Working for Big Brother
Several years ago, I scoffed at my sister for her decreasing social media use – an unkempt Instagram and the lack of a green dot next to her Facebook name was, at the time for me, unnatural....
- Posted September 24, 2015
Change in (mis)communication
Technology may encourage people to connect, but how deep are these relationships tailored through screens? Studies show more than 4.75 billion content items are shared on Facebook every day, as well as more than 4.5 billion likes,...
- Posted April 15, 2014
Photography is no longer just a job
It seems like everyone these days has a camera with them. Whether its a cell phone or an actual camera, people can always be ready to take a picture at a moments notice. With the emergence of...
- Posted March 5, 2014
Think before hitting send
The university has dealt with four cases of cyber bullying this year alone, according to Chief of Public Safety David Barger. In Connecticut, cyber bullying amounts to harassment which can lead to serious consequences with the law...
- Posted November 6, 2013
Social media’s effect on rape culture
In August 2012 in Steubenville, Ohio, an inebriated girl laid on the floor, her body unresponsive and her mind unconscious. Two Steubenville High School football players removed her clothes, dragged her by her wrists and ankles, snapped...
- Posted January 30, 2013
Tips for social media etiquette
Social media is a driving force in our generation. It’s how we communicate, it’s how we procrastinate, it’s a way of life. But there’s a fine line between using social media and abusing it. Having a Facebook...
- Posted October 17, 2012