At a time when social media has exploded into a market of its own, chances are you probably have an account somewhere in the realm of Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat.
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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.
Last month the U.S. Senate unanimously adopted a resolution that proclaimed: “The press is not the enemy of the state,” despite our current president’s continuous attempts to instill fear of the press.
With the 2018 midterm election approaching, the U.S. government is not giving enough attention to Russia targeting voters.
President Donald Trump’s policies have consumers across the nation responding by boycotting businesses that endorse him or sell Trump branded products.
The way we consume news is changing, and in many ways has become uniform with the way we consume media in general.
In response to the bombings and mass shootings Nov. 13 in Paris, Facebook created a profile picture filter which resembles the France flag to support the country. But how does this filter actually support a terrorized country?
Photos of ultrathin, fit, and tan women with flat stomachs and big boobs in bathing suits and short shorts fill pages on social media sites like Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr. From women so thin each of their vertebra pokes through their skin, to women wearing nothing but a thong and a sultry look, the Internet […]
More than 100 female celebrities had their privacy invaded over the Labor Day weekend when a few hackers exposed nude photographs of said celebrities without their consent.
Following the crowning of a new Miss America on Sept. 15, an immediate racial backlash surged throughout the nation, with some of the most hateful responses being posted online.