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Since social media can serve as a platform for hopeful employees to market themselves to employers, it is prone to monitoring by companies. Because of this, it is wise for students to be careful when conducting themselves online.

Social media prone to workforce observation

by Student Writer Morgan Durham
March 19, 2018

Social media updates platforms with new features

by Life Editor Tyler Hargett
December 6, 2017

Students acquire news from online sources

by Student Writer Katie Liggin
September 23, 2016

Online profiles intersect with career field

by Life Editor Monday Sanderson
September 22, 2016
Student volunteers spend Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 18, filling food boxes for the community as part of a Leadership and Volunteerism initiative. During the #ServetheShoals event in April, volunteers can post pictures of service work they are doing to social media. “Really, it’s to just draw attention to the fact that there are a lot of really great things happening in this area with people helping one another and reaching out to one another,” said Assistant Director of Student Engagement Bethany Green.

April event highlights local volunteers

by Life Editor Melissa Parker
April 7, 2016

Faculty and students discuss social media behavior

by Associate News Editor Kaitlyn Davis
March 25, 2016
Results from the Student Campus Climate survey indicate the most common way people experience stalking or bullying is through social media and text messaging. Thirty-six percent of survey respondents said they experienced at least one incidence of stalking or bullying in the past year.

Survey finds students talked and bullied via social media

by News Editor Anna Brown
November 5, 2015

Students and professors should be cautious of interactions on social media

by Student Writer Adriane Waldrep and News Editor Anna Brown
October 7, 2015
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