The social media industry is expanding and an increasing number of jobs are becoming available for journalism graduates.
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As a mother of four children under the age of seven, time can be an issue…
This year’s presidential election solidified the idea for some BYU students that politics. Some expressed they were “fed up” with the vast amounts of negative rhetoric this election season, especially on social media.
Scrolling through Twitter after an ISIS-related terrorist attack yields tweet after tweet defending the peaceful religion of Islam — and a slew of negative, incriminatory and degrading Islamophobic tweets. Many of the positive statements are retweeted and praised, but so are the Islamophobic messages.
Provo and BYU culture is something very unique. With a plethora of different stereotypes and material to make fun of, parody and satirical accounts have graced our social media sites for years.