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Those who are against the Facebook page believe that it promotes bullying. Others believe that the page increases awareness of certain issues on campus.
Does the thought of a tweet give you chest pain? Do you think Tumblr is a drink-mixing website? Opinions Editor Ben Panko is here to comfort you.
Although apps such as Viber and WhatsApp make connecting with home easier, many students still find themselves disconnected while studying abroad.
The opinions assistant gives you her tips to survive until beach week without losing your roommate, friends and/or significant other.
Opinion Assistant Gigi Dejoy explains how internet activism and social media can help the fight against sexual assault.
The number of Richmond students who changed their profile pictures to red equal signs represented the growing support for LBGTQ rights and equality on campus.
A series of anonymous social media handles like Richmond Compliments are allowing students to send in friendly comments for other members of the community.
Opinion Editor Abby Kloppenburg says that we pay more attention to our social media and cell phones than the people around us, and we should stop and listen.
When the men’s soccer and track teams were told they were being cut, members from each went straight to the internet to look for support for their cause.