It’s no secret that social media makes most of our worlds go round. We post, we like, we share too much and we do it all for fun - but what if your blog could help you land that dream job or internship? Your social media accounts won’t do all the work for you, but they can definitely make an impact if you use them wisely.
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New York is full of activities: there are constantly things to do, eat and see in this city, and sometimes, that can get overwhelming.
Hours later, “***Flawless Feminism” would burst from headlines across the country at news outlets such as The Huffington Post, TIME Magazine and CNN. Her performance shook up social media, conceiving hashtags on Twitter, lists on Buzzfeed and gifs on Tumblr. All of these outlets had one thing in common—a capitalized single word: FEMINIST.
Have you ever gone on a Netflix binge? Come on, fess up, we all have. Netflix recently added a Cupcake Wars Collection and as a food reality TV junkie, I was ecstatic. Sure enough, within the first fifteen minutes of the first episode, I was craving cupcakes. Three episodes in, I was starting to get hunger pains; by five episodes, I was famished.
Over 50 Lincoln Center and Rose Hill students representing Campus Ministry, Global Outreach (GO!) and the Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice attended IFT.
The automatic sliding doors of Hughes Hall open up and Wilmarie Cintron-Muniz, College at Rose Hill (FCRH) ’15, walks along the lobby until we see each other.
The crowded ascending elevator comes to an abrupt halt as a violent ding commands the doors to open on the second floor of McMahon Hall.
So I’m facing a serious ethical dilemma. How do I go about telling these guys that I’m writing about them and our date? Do I tell them? Does it make me a terrible person and journalist if I don’t?
A conversation with some of the core members of Fordham's S.A.G.E.S. Coalition.
To avoid any Halloweekend malfunctions, here are four accessories that can give you multiple looks over the holiday.