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SPUR 2018: Spring Presentation of Undergraduate Research
April 24, 2018 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Martinelli Board Room SPUR is an all-digital presentation event. Students submit a digital presentation prior to student research day. It is uploaded to several online platforms. On student research day, students participate in an informal networking session to share their motivations and experiences. All student participants receive ... Continue reading →
Social Media Accounts and Accurate Life Portrayals (Online Reflection)
Personal social media accounts can be a positive or unforgiving representation of a person or group.  Often our accounts are viewed by people we do not know, and this can be beneficial or harmful towards an image and reputation.  It can create an opportunity or destroy it and it is so important to be aware ... Continue reading →
Trent Kessler Dr. Green English 400 12 January 2018          Social media and depression proposal  Over the past few years, social media platforms have grown tremendously, resulting in new applications being created. Social media allows people to connect with one another by sharing content and communicating between each other. The Internet, as ... Continue reading →
Does social media affect your brain? Trent Kessler December 29th,2017, 7:24pm Throughout the last decade, teenagers have been introduced to multiple social media platforms (Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Instagram, etc.). This makes keeping in touch with your friends and family more accessible. I believe this causes many positives in people’s lives, but I also believe that ... Continue reading →
Online Identity
Trent Kessler Dr. Green English 400 22nd December 2017 Online Identity With the technological innovations throughout the 21st century, our generation has been lucky enough to experience the outbreak of social media. The quick rise throughout the years has had such a high impact on society that companies and organizations are leaning towards it to ... Continue reading →
(image source: )   Social Media and Allowing Multiple Relationship Identifiers Social media has revolutionized the way people communicate with each other. Not only has it provided a new way to communicate with a multitude of people quickly, but it also had allowed for a relatively permanent reflection of the past. This has caused people ... Continue reading →
In our society, social media has become the most frequent pastime for children. Social media has given children the opportunity to have instant social interactions with numerous people from all parts of the world. As technology improves and changes within the social media sites, it is important to note the possible negative effects of social ... Continue reading →
Technology is not to blame, we are (Op-Ed)
By Declan McDonald December 29 at 8:00 PM We use technology to advance medical practices, transportation, and even planning out our schedules.  These tools help us however, we are losing some of the most interpersonal and human aspects that create our identity and being.  These aspects give us value and meaning that objects and materialistic goods ... Continue reading →