Family Murder Confirms the Façade of Social Media

Family Murder Confirms the Façade of Social Media

Today, it seems that many look to social media for real life influence and success. Everyone, from grandparents to celebrities, is on social media. It is the easiest way to express opinions and sneak peek into a person’s life. But what it fails to show are the times when life gets unhinged and breakdown is […]

A Yin Yang Social Media Button Could Help Stem the Tide of Polarization

A Yin Yang Social Media Button Could Help Stem the Tide of Polarization

What if, contrary to popular belief, experiences in life actually narrowed a person’s perspective rather than broadening it? And what if, in this digital era, the range of information available to us were shrinking rather than expanding – thereby aggravating the disturbing trends toward political, social and economic polarization worldwide? Indeed, today we may well […]

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

This week, Aug. 14-20, 2016, people, like the newly appointed Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, may be taking note of an Olympic event other than the one in Rio de Janeiro – the Library Olympics. This summer, the librarians at the University of Dayton came together for their second annual Library Olympics. Events included the Journal […]

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