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A media state of mind

March 16, 2018

As society seems to progress, media begins to consume our spare time. Media ranges anywhere from music to TV to the apps on our phones. Since its debut in 1954, television has had one of the biggest influences on the world, with an average American viewership of 4.5 hours each day. As many companies hav...

Instagramless Katie

Instagramless Katie

November 26, 2015

Anxiety. Fatigue. Sweating. Vomiting. Depression. Seizures. People expect teenagers to be faced with the symptoms of withdrawal without their social media. Adults expect us to be drooling out of our mouths if we don’t have our phones in our hands. I decided to put the myth to test and delete all of the social m...

School WiFi now blocks all social media

School WiFi now blocks all social media

November 17, 2015

It’s the new buzz on campus. Students are frantically checking their wireless connection, restarting their phones and double checking app updates. Why? Last week, all social media connections were blocked on the school’s wifi. “Our Internet filter made some undocumented changes to the way they classif...

Senior Morgan Williams and Laura Rochelle take technology into their own hands.

Can you hear me now? Good.

December 10, 2014

Instantly grabbing for his phone, he realizes that the urge is something that occurs every minute of everyday. That does not bother him. The feeling has become a habit; something that cannot be broken. Living in a world without this device seems non-existent. An Earth without iPhones, iPads, iPods and...

Social media disasters: internet etiquette

December 1, 2014

We all know that one person who will clog up your Instagram feed with selfie after selfie, or who obnoxiously live-tweets a movie everyone has already seen. Hopefully, this guide will prevent you from becoming that person, or, if you have already reached that level, help you redeem yourself from the...

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