Criticism of social media has been prevalent since the very first channels emerged. In recent years, however, the scrutiny has intensified, particularly surrounding the dangers of the anonymous posting app Yik Yak. →
Hello from the 2015-16 #UNHSocial team! We serve as a campus resource providing support and helping departments & organizations formulate their own social media strategy. Our student interns tweet, snapchat, post photos to Instagram, pin boards with Pinterest, create podcasts, write blogs, and a ton more. Coming soon to a campus event near you! →
Photos from #UNHHomecoming Weekend 2015! Thanks to everyone for a wonderful weekend welcoming UNH Alumni home and celebrating with our students and community! More photos: http://unh.me/T1JEF
Snapchat has grown to over 100 million average daily users. It’s a big deal. More and more higher education institutions are signing up and joining an audience that’s71% between the ages of 18 and 34. It’s a heavily used social network among millennials, which is why it’s important to stay connected. →
In August, Durham came back to life as students returned to campus. First, the athletes came back followed by Hall Directors, Resident Assistants, International Students, and the rest of the 3,200+ UNH Class of 2019. Read our full social media review of August 2015 here. →
The annual #UNHSocial survey results are here! This brand new Infographic shows the social media habits and trends of 339 randomly surveyed students from April 2015. How do you compare? What’s your favorite app? →
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