• Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

    Facebook Connects Campus Music Community

    by  • September 17, 2013 • News • 2 Comments

    The Facebook group Jamapo brings together many different members within the music community throughout the entire campus. Photo/Ryan McGrath

    By RYAN MCGRATH Through the use of social media, a spark of unity has been ignited within Ramapo College’s music community.  The Facebook group, Jamapo, is a page that provides students with the opportunity to makes connections with one another through sharing their common interests and passions towards music. Members of the Jamapo group page can...

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    Social Networking exposes too much

    by  • March 14, 2013 • Features • 1 Comment

    Facebook homepage. PHOTO Vanessa Camargo

    By VANESSA CAMARGO Social networks have become a popular way for people of all ages to connect with each other, although teens and young adult find it harder to censor themselves on the Internet. One of the first networks, MySpace, helped introduce online interaction to the public. But in less than a decade, Facebook and Twitter...

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    Local bands promote music in new ways

    by  • March 11, 2013 • Features • 1 Comment

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    By MIKE  MONTALTO In today’s music scene, it can be difficult for new bands to burst onto the scene. The local music scene is disintegrating, as local venues close one after another. People have become accustomed to downloading music for free and local artists can’t make money. However, upcoming artists are finding new ways to adjust...

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    Following Debate, Social Media Explosion Can’t Be Ignored

    by  • September 12, 2012 • Features • 0 Comments

    By KRISTEN GARAFANO It’s unavoidable. The witty comments, snarky tweets, angry debates and lengthy rants. Every time an event such as a competitive sports game, well known awards show, or anticipated news broadcast is shown on television, people on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter go crazy. This past Tuesday, when the second presidential...

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