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a date that will live in infamy

May 9, 2011


May 1st, 2011 The usual Sunday night dread: where did the weekend go? I had a psych test the next day, one that I needed to do well on in order to ensure an A in the class. I decide to take a little snack/Facebook/Twitter break, a reward for finally reading Chapter 8:Aggression. I had […]

the Royal Channel

April 25, 2011


Prince William and Catherine Middleton will wed at Westminster Abbey this Friday—a royal wedding! I have to admit, I’m one of the many people across the globe who have been following the coverage leading up to the event with great excitement. Even though  I’m still checking the mailbox everyday and waiting for my invite, I […]

#cnl-following the News Literacy Conference on Twitter

March 21, 2011


Twitter has never appealed to me. Even though I rarely type out super long Facebook statuses, I just don’t like that Twitter sets a limit. And I’d rather be friends with someone as opposed to following them—call me old fashioned. Although the same amount of creeping (urban dictionary: Following what is going on in someone’s […]

Mark Zuckerberg, President of Egypt?

March 3, 2011


Hearing Iason Athanasiadis speak about his experience as a foreign correspondent covering the Middle East—and specifically his time in Tahrir Square during last month’s protests—was hands down, my favorite “My Life As…” lecture here at Stony Brook University. I could fill this entry with the various reasons explaining why this lecture was my favorite, but in order […]