Boston celebrates St. Patrick’s Day traditions with local businesses

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

March 22, 2017

“Thousands of Boston residents joined together to celebrate community at the 116th St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The streets of South Boston came alive with seas of green attire, recurring choruses of the Boston Red Sox anthem “Sweet Caroline” and parade participants from around the country.”

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BU’s Minority Connection Initiative promotes diversity, safe spaces on campus

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

February 7, 2017

“Amid the influx of students returning to campus this past fall semester, Kevin Smith, a senior Boston University’s College of Engineering, noticed something amiss — five male students of color did not return to BU after their freshman year.”

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Snapchat presents new guidelines to crack down fake news

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

February 2, 2017

“From royal heralds to penny press newspapers, news continues to evolve as communication technology advances. Now, as social media rises in popularity among news sources, Snapchat is entering the fray with new guidelines to control the accuracy of its news.”

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AR in Action features current and future developments in technological field

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

January 18, 2017

 

“Last July, the smartphone gaming app, Pokémon GO, took the world by storm. With a Guinness World Record release of 130 million downloads in the first month, its explosive popularity drew from the utilization of a new technological standard: augmented reality. For many innovators developing augmented reality, or AR, catching fantastical creatures barely scratched the surface on the possibilities of this growing field.”

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Alec Baldwin talks politics at 2016 INBOUND Marketing Conference

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

November 17, 2016

“After Alec Baldwin portrayed a bushy-eyebrowed, outspoken caricature of President-elect Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, some attendees of his Friday morning keynote address at the 2016 INBOUND summit at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center wondered whether he would stick to business talk, or address the election results.”

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