After much anticipation, April, a giraffe at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, N.Y., has given birth to its fourth calf. The (slightly gross) birth of #AprilTheGiraffe pic.twitter.com/beQVmOUuZh — Gary Grumbach (@GaryGrumbach) April 15, 2017 Social media has gone wild, with users sharing live streams of the birth and congratulating April. Much jubilation can be inferred […]Read more "Baby of #AprilTheGiraffe Is Here!"
As this Tuesday, April 18th, is Tax Day, marches broke out across the U.S. today as citizens demanded for President Trump to release his tax returns and install a more fair tax system — one that doesn’t “cut taxes for millionaires, billionaires, and giant corporations on the backs of working Americans,” according to taxmarch.org. From D.C. […]Read more "Unpacking the #Taxmarch: A National Movement"
After Tuesday’s chemical weapons attack which killed more than 100 people in Syria, the United States responded by carrying out an air strike, targeting several military airfields in Syria. Many have accused Syrian President Bashar Assad for Tuesday’s attack, including President Donald Trump, stating this was his reason for carrying out Thursday night’s air strikes. […]Read more "Twitter reacts to the U.S. air strike against Syria"
Trending on twitter earlier today was the hashtag #ThingsIWontApologizeFor. To me this seemed like a very silly hashtag, and naturally I wanted to see what this conversation was all about. A lot of what people were tweeting about included not apologizing for being themselves. #ThingsIWontApologizeFor (and you shouldn't either) pic.twitter.com/ZtNYxJ4yWl — Kait 🌈 || 43 […]Read more "Sorry but not sorry"
We can all agree that this election, if nothing else, has been polarizing to our communities. However, the most clear indication of this divide can be found through a quick hashtag search on Twitter. #NotMyPresident has sparked mounds of 140-character expressions of dissent from both sides (or, all 3 sides, if you’re still #WithGary) […]Read more "#NotMyPresident: A Polarized Twitter Battle"
Only a week after the Presidential election, people still have a lot to say about the candidates. #Trump2016 remains a trending hashtag on twitter for both supporters and those who claim he is “not my president.” Obama played his race card. Hillary played her woman card. The American people played their Trump card. And we […]Read more "#Trump(ing) Views"
In the current digital age where our phones have become part of who we are, people naturally have very high expectations for their mobile devices. Smart phones become more advanced and customizable with every coming model. Developers are constantly competing to create the most innovative and high functioning systems. Consequently, consumers have very strong opinions […]Read more "Twitter Users Weigh In on the Android vs. iPhone Debate"
Aside from being a misogynistic, racist bigot, if Trump can't stop himself from tweeting insults, how can he run America? #NotMyPresident — Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) November 11, 2016 #NotMYPresident #HillaryClinton will NEVER be President- let that sink in and celebrate! https://t.co/Oj98iIxEAZ pic.twitter.com/I5kqTehh7t — BenGarrison Cartoons (@GrrrGraphics) November 13, 2016 Twitter censors pro-Trump trends but allows […]Read more "#NotMyPresident"
Weekly planners vs. Monthly planners #PlannerDebate2015 #NHsmc — Kiara Bunting (@KiaraBunting) November 30, 2015 Weekly planners allow more in-depth, detailed scheduling #PlannerDebate2015 #NHsmc — Kiara Bunting (@KiaraBunting) November 30, 2015 Weekly or Monthly? Weigh in now! #PlannerDebate2015 #NHsmc — Kiara Bunting (@KiaraBunting) November 30, 2015 Monthly planners allow for more thorough, long-term time management #PlannerDebate2015 […]Read more "Weekly? Monthly?"
Twitter has become a forum for people to voice their opinions and find communities of people who have similar beliefs. It is unlikely that a single tweet has much effect or that merely tweeting can change anything, but when hundreds of people rally around a single hashtag and share their experiences Twitter becomes a powerful […]Read more "#YesAllWomen."