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Expert Decorators to Follow on Twitter

By Elizabeth McNamara Twitter has many users who pretend to know what they are talking about, which is why finding people who share inspiring links, engage in conversation, and spread their knowledge are hard to come by. A lot of … Continue reading

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Survey Says- News story #1 by Rachel Davidson

College Students Consume News through Social Media Platforms By Rachel Davidson EUGENE, Ore–University of Oregon students get news information via social media platforms a survey discovered last week.  Americans no longer consume news from the typical daily newspaper on a … Continue reading

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How College Students Gather News

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Active Modern Feminism

Feminism embodies many false stereotypes–in my opinion, many more than any other demographic group. Maybe you’ve heard ugly, old-fashioned, man-haters, dyke. While it’s true the most widely-known wave of feminism is Suffrage, that is not the first nor even the … Continue reading

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A World of Football (Blog Post #2)

We live in a world in which sports are potentially a huge part of our everyday lives. With that being said, we also live in a world where technology gives us the ability to be up-to-date with the sports that … Continue reading

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Students Prefer Facebook To News, Survey Says

Survey concludes that students are more likely to read friends’ status updates than headlines By: Sawley Vickrey Signs that the news media are losing touch with this generation of young adults can be found on a college campus. An informal … Continue reading

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Students choose Facebook over any other media

Surveyed U of O students don’t take interest in news By: Jaimie Goldstein EUGENE—Students at the University of Oregon spend hours online, but not reading headlines—they’re reading status updates on Facebook.             In an unscientific survey of 10 freshman and/or … Continue reading

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Analysis of Social Networking Service

I started Facebook soon after I came to the United States on September 2008. Most of my friends told me that I needed to make an account of the Social Networking Service (SNS) to contact friends, to participate in events, … Continue reading

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Transparency Should be a Main Concern for Journalists

As I read the conversation among journalists about Facebook being a place to practice journalism, held by Poynter, I saw two main points I found important that were discussed dispersedly throughout the conversation. The two points were that Facebook news … Continue reading

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