Student: Twitter helps me ‘selectively receive’ news

Another post in my occasional series, “What the Heck Do You Do On Twitter.” This one is from Juliette Lynch, a senior photojournalism and international relations major at Syracuse University. She loves photography and storytelling, people and traveling, and of Continue reading

Student: ‘I keep up with the news better’ on Twitter

My occasional seriesĀ  “What the Heck do You Do on Twitter?” is picking up some steam. Here’s the latest. But first, be sure to read the whole series, especially if you’re new to Twitter. And if you’d like to be Continue reading

Twitter is a ‘great way to make connections,’ student says

Here is another installment of my occasional series: “What the Heck do You Do on Twitter?” Be sure to read the whole series, especially if you’re new to Twitter. And if you’d like to be featured, e-mail me at savethemedia@yahoo.com Continue reading

Student: Twitter helps me know what’s going on in the world

Here is another installment in my new series, What the Heck Do You Do on Twitter. This ones comes from Nancy Mucciarone, a junior magazine journalism major at Syracuse University. (Read the whole series.) If you’d like to tell the Continue reading

How a student uses Twitter: ‘I can virtually socialize’

Today’s post is second in my new occasional series, “What the heck do you do on Twitter.” Today’s post comes from one of my news writing students, Danielle Alvarez, a 21-year-old magazine and modern foreign language major at Syracuse University’s Continue reading

How do you use Twitter? An archivist explains how she uses Twitter

I’m starting a new feature here at Save the Media, called “What the heck do you do on Twitter.” It’s an occasional feature, which in journalism-speak means I’ll do it when I have a chance. The idea is to showcase Continue reading