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Now living in London, Hilal Koc (03C) applies both her passion for startups and her experiences living around the globe in cities including San Francisco, New York City, Istanbul and Buenos Aires as a product marketing manager for emerging markets ...

There’s only one place where a fraudulent third party, Emory Mail Services and the remote Oxford campus share comedic value: “Emory Memes For (not so) Southern Teens (MemEmory).” Emory’s meme page on Facebook hosts just over 7,000 members and more ...

Provocative and problematic — but not perilous. The recent release of a memo sent out to Facebook employees on June 18, 2016, from Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth has been interpreted as the company pushing employees to strive for growth ...

I learned about the recent Paris terror attacks from my Facebook feed when a friend posted a link to CNN’s live updates of the situation. Later in the evening, I also saw in my feed that a friend studying in ...

For some inexplicable reason, Americans have developed this need to be offended by everything they see and hear. In the past several months, America has expressed its deep and passionate offense toward the following things: Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” music ...

I’ve been struggling this past week with how best to respond to and show my support for the movements going on at the University of Missouri, Yale and other colleges across the country. My Facebook feed has been inundated with ...

The introduction of the Facebook sticker search function was one of the most promising recent developments on the Internet. For those unfamiliar with the fledgling universe of Facebook stickers, they are pictures (sometimes moving!) of various things doing various (usually strange) ...

You know that thing you do when a professor asks you a question in class about a reading you never did? For those of you who don’t know, it’s called bullshitting. That’s a technical term. You put on a brave ...

On Jan. 4, in the middle of winter break, an anonymous post on the Facebook page Emory Secrets appeared: “What does one do with grief so sharp it literally hurts?” Within the hour, at least six Emory students, had replied ...