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Senior Researches Social Media’s Impact on Personalities

Senior Researches Social Media’s Impact on Personalities

November 6, 2019

Bryce Allen is in the process of completing psychology research for his senior honors thesis. His project is about the effect social media has on people's personalities.

University Updates Social Media Policy

University Updates Social Media Policy

October 8, 2019

Fordham has revealed an updated social media policy focusing on topics such as applicability and scope, content guidelines, reporting guidelines, official Fordham social media account recognition and faculty and staff personal social media accounts/posts.

The Impact of Social Media on Eating Disorders

The Impact of Social Media on Eating Disorders

April 24, 2019

By Kelly Christ It is common knowledge that social media can have negative influences on mental health, especially for teenagers and young adults. Living in the age of the “Instagram model” and “...

Clubs Split Between OrgSync and Other Media

Clubs Split Between OrgSync and Other Media

September 27, 2017

By Erica Scalise In the age of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, some clubs are using social media, the club fair and flyers more and more to communicate to current and potential members. Some club leaders still see value in OrgS...

The Effects of Social Media Are Depressing

The Effects of Social Media Are Depressing

September 13, 2017

  By Sean Franklin Rates of depression among young people are reaching record highs. Colleges should be more concerned about the mental health of their students, especially in the face of increased teen ...

Social Media Can Be Poisonous to Our Youth

Social Media Can Be Poisonous to Our Youth

February 22, 2017

By Christopher Canadeo We have now officially reached the peak of the social media and technological age. Communication technology has become an intricate part of our society and shapes our daily habits and routines. Through soc...

Social Media in the Presidential Campaigns

Social Media in the Presidential Campaigns

September 28, 2016

  By Emma Carey Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had their face-off debut at the first 2016 presidential debate this past Monday. However, as many Americans have witnessed this...

The Black Hole of Social Media: O’Neill’s Experience

The Black Hole of Social Media: O’Neill’s Experience

November 18, 2015

By Sophie Ladanyi Essena O’Neill, an “instafamous” social media personality, has decided to quit social media altogether to show others how she may have “made it” online, but she did not really “make it”...

Updates to Social Media Privacy: What You Need to Know

Updates to Social Media Privacy: What You Need to Know

November 10, 2015

By Marianys Martes Nothing says living in the moment more than Snapchat. You snap a picture, upload it to your story, it is there for 24 hours and then poof! All gone. That might not be the case anymore d...

Does Winning Social Media Win Debates?

Does Winning Social Media Win Debates?

November 10, 2015

By Delaney Benison Bernie. Hillary. Ben. Donald. These are our significant presidential prospects for 2016 to date, in terms of popularity and fundraising capability. We sit and watch these candidates comp...

The Art of Self Branding

The Art of Self Branding

April 22, 2015

By Kenny DeJohn We are taught from a young age to not care what other people think of us. It is time to disprove that basic life lesson. It is imperative for those in the communications field — both old ...

Corporate Do’s and Don’ts to Social Media

Corporate Do’s and Don’ts to Social Media

January 28, 2015

By Megan Bronner Social media is more prevalent than ever before, and as the number of social media outlets continues to grow, the amount of people using social media is growing as well. Many companies, ...

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