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Feb 10

A Little Bird Told Me: Social Media in College

Jenna Dundore

It’s no secret that Twitter has long been a twenty-something’s game. We record our every move, retweet our favorite articles, live tweet during our Thursday night television shows - the works. With the snappiness of the platform, and easy accessibility on mobile phones, it’s every college student’s dream social network. But what about everyone else? How about our superiors, and the professionals we follow at beck and call in hopes of landing the perfect job? I’m finding that Twitter is much more than just 140 characters of entertainment. It’s evolving into 140 characters of success.

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Feb 06

How Social Media Changed the Narrative of Atlantarctica 2014

Jemma Borocz

The headlines of January 29th, 2014 were an embarrassment to any Atlanta resident. We were the poster city for poor planning. NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, CNN — you name it — all stations talked about how only 2 inches of snow shut down one of the largest cities in the US. Plenty of criticism was thrown at city and state government by the citizens and the rest of the country. And everyone, whether they had experienced the disaster or not, had an opinion about where things went wrong.

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Feb 04

Fallout from Atlanta’s storm: Will it define our next generation?

Richard Warner

Atlanta, I believe we have a job to do. And the way we handle that job will determine how our city fares over the next 50 years. Do we have the consensus, the leadership, the will and the attention span to accomplish it?

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Feb 03

The Social Super Bowl

Meghan Stoneburner

Normally when your team is losing the big game or even worse, never made it there to begin with, you can at least rely on the ridiculously expensive Super Bowl commercials to keep you entertained. There was no such luck on Sunday night.

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Jan 30

Lessons from 10 Hours Stuck in Atlanta Storm Traffic

Richard Warner

Tuesday was surreal and unforgettable. Driving from the Ritz Carlton in downtown Atlanta to my home in Dunwoody about 13 miles away took over 10 hours. There were times when I wasn’t sure I would make it, times when I saw people in perilous situations and several hours where traffic didn’t move an inch.

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