A proposed state law would require school districts to restrict cell phone use during school hours.
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Staci Baird, assistant professor of public relations, took a deep dive into the data on Twitter during times of natural disasters on Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Jonathan Javier, Association of Latino Professionals for America national ambassador, and Luis Rojas, director of academics at ALPFA Orange County, held a workshop on how to make the best connections on LinkedIn Tuesday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Our society has a major issue with the sexualization of underaged children in the media. However, this does not mean that using children as models for their own clothing and age range is sexualization.
“Coffee and Networking” was part of a three-day series with Social Influencer and Communications Lead Brandi Boatner.
Facebook and its recent data breach concerns are making users rethink the amount of information they share and whether or not they should keep their accounts active.
Junior speech communication and philosophy major Tyler Faye Anderson designed Unidentifiable Creative, a content creation company dedicated to helping artists who cannot limit their art and ideas to one medium, showcasing their work and connecting them with endorsements, sponsorships and collaborations through online and social media promotion.
With the 2018 midterm election approaching, the U.S. government is not giving enough attention to Russia targeting voters.
The way we consume news is changing, and in many ways has become uniform with the way we consume media in general.
In the wake of political correctness and cultural awareness, Pillsbury is receiving backlash on social media for diminishing the tradition behind Thanksgiving through a Friendsgiving commercial.