Category Archives: Social Good

Dupe me once, Dupe me twice

By Charlie Patterson Been on Facebook lately? Have you read those paragraphs of legal jargon your friends are posting—those that start with “In response to the new Facebook guidelines I hereby declare..?” Perhaps you’ve copied and posted one yourself. Well, … Continue reading

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BTSComm Battle “Thanksgiving Edition”

Turkey vs. Tofurkey It’s Thanksgiving folks, and fittingly we’re kicking off our BTS Battle series of entries with a special edition—a battle of famous food entrees. Let’s see how the contenders match up: Turkey          Strenghts: -Flavor -Low … Continue reading

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Unfriending Political Facebookers

We all see it; whenever there’s an election coming up Facebook turns into a political war zone.  People that you’ve known for years are suddenly experts on national turmoil. Or, there’s that person you’ve had a crush on somehow ruins it by turning … Continue reading

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The Future of Cell Phones

 

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BTS Comm Reps the Rock N’ Roll Half Marathon

By Lon Levin Three years ago, I faced major surgery. I wondered if I’d ever be able to exercise vigorously and live the way I had before or be confined to light workouts, walking on a treadmill, or worse for … Continue reading

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The Party Lines Are Drawn

By David Gole With the election coming up, I thought it would be appropriate this week to discuss the origins of the symbols/mascots of the Republican and Democratic parties. The Democrats, symbolized by the donkey, represent the hardworking spirit of … Continue reading

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