There’s always a question of how much is too much to post on social media. If I post in a crop top will I struggle finding a job? I’m of the legal drinking age so I can post drinking a beer… right? A lot of people think they’re protected under the First Amendment to post … Continue reading Social Media and The First Amendment
Typical Schedule for a College Athlete 5:30 – Wake up 6:00 – 7:45 Weight lifting and conditioning 8:00 – 12:00 – Class 12:15 – 12:30 Eat at the cafeteria 12:30 – 1:00 – Film with coaches 1:00 – 2:00 Go to the trainer 2:30 – 3:00 – Meetings 3:00 – 5:30 – Practice 6:00 – … Continue reading It’s time College Athletes get paid
This weekend I took a trip with family to Fredricksburg, Texas to relax and visit some wineries. The ride in was intimidating, and not a traditional form of intimidation. As a city girl, I was intimidated by the spotty cell phone service, the miles of nothing but grass and trees, and most of all, by … Continue reading Trip 3: Fredricksburg, Texas
One of my favorite days of the year, April Fool’s Day, just passed. Not only do I love it because 2 of my aunts were born that day (can you imagine trying to convince people that your baby was ACTUALLY born on April Fool’s Day?), but because I’ve always considered myself a prankster. When I … Continue reading You’d be a Fool not to…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. That’s right… March Madness. And the madness has not disappointed this year. And like all major sporting events, it has overtaken social media. Not only does Snapchat have over 30 “our stories,” including trash talking stories and craziest moment stories, but there was a geofilter at … Continue reading Media Madness
I couldn’t have picked a better weekend to visit the University of Dayton. My best friend from St. Louis, who I’ve known since Kindergarten, goes to school there and she has always talked about how much she loved it. I always promised I’d visit, and it just so happens I was on Spring Break during … Continue reading Trip 2: Dayton, Ohio
In my one of my previous posts, I advised anyone who wants to step their Twitter game up to be rude. It draws attention, it’s funny, and it gets a lot of engagement. Professional sports franchises were the ring leaders when it came to using Twitter to taunt their competitors. Well, I guess this tactic got … Continue reading NBA: From trolling to tender
Someone is always watching... and listening... Search engines and major shopping outlets have found ways to look at users’ interests and activity to determine what types of ads to show them. By looking at the users’ purchases and online searches, these marketers customize the ads they show the individual users to make sure the ads are relevant. … Continue reading All Eyes on You
Wow. Goal of stepping out of my comfort zone: achieved. Hutchinson, Kansas, population 41,000. That's less than the amount of Google searches there are per second. That's less than how many people took part in the world's largest tomato fight. That's less than how many people the busiest McDonald's in Russia serves every day. You get … Continue reading Trip 1: Hutchinson, Kansas
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