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Our new Motto: What would Callie Do?

Callie Schweitzer of Time Inc., was recently named Editorial Director of Time’s newest digital venture: Motto, a site especially created for young women “with content focused on life, work and play. 414 more words

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Sharing is Caring, Especially on Facebook

Likes and comments are great but perhaps the most powerful thing a person can do on Facebook is share an article, photo, or video. Not only does it show that this person liked the content of that post enough to share it, a share also increases the reach of that post to more than just the source’s immediate followers. 654 more words

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My Triumphant Return...Begin Again!

An important thing for anyone who’s contemplating social work school to know — if you aren’t already broke when you start school, you will be totally broke at some point, and it will hit you like a ton of bricks, totally out of the blue, unexpectedly and furiously.   1,035 more words

Social Work

Considerations for the Aspiring Graduate Student

Before I made the final decision to attend grad school, I had hoped to find some pocket-sized guidebook, like the kind they sell at the grocery store checkout, that would help me answer the why’s, how’s, when’s, and where’s as they pertained to graduate college. 702 more words

Life's Quirks

Social Media and News: Week 1

This week in class we were busy discussing the fundamental and basic skills that journalism requires of its reporters. We also discussed the relationship between journalism and social media. 580 more words

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[School] Buckling Down

Crazily enough, I’ve been in this Master’s Program at SNHU for almost a year. At this moment, I have completed four of my twelve classes, and am starting the second week of my fifth. 739 more words

Paige's Silly Little Writer's Life

First Quarter

The first quarter of my masters program is completed! WOOOO!!! I am so happy and so grateful for this experience.  I had a class on how interaction works, where I learned the history of digital and organic interaction – coupled with the psychology and social science behind it as well.  91 more words