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The Evening Review: University Social Media Panel

Lory Martinez, WHRW News
Produced by Lory Martinez and Ashley Dufresne
For this Friday Edition of the Evening Review I sat down with BU alum and Director of Media & Public Relations at Binghamton University, Ryan Yarosh, BU Media and Public Relations Coordinator John Brhel and Social Media intern Natalie Murphy to talk about how the University does social media.
Topics include: The Shorty Awards, Binghamton University’s Facebook presence and School Mascot Baxter the Bearcat’s twitter page.

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[16 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]

Lory Martinez, WHRW News
Produced by Lory Martinez and Ashley Dufresne
For this Friday Edition of the Evening Review I sat down with BU alum and Director of Media & Public Relations at Binghamton University, Ryan Yarosh, BU Media and Public Relations Coordinator John Brhel and Social Media intern Natalie Murphy to talk about how the University does social media.
Topics include: The Shorty Awards, Binghamton University’s Facebook presence and School Mascot Baxter the Bearcat’s twitter page.

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[15 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]

Lory Martinez, WHRW News
Produced by Lory Martinez and Ashley Dufresne
 For this Friday Edition of the Evening Review, I sat down with members of Binghamton University’s campus media organizations to talk about their experiences doing journalism as students.

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[14 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]

Kane Sauchuck, WHRW News
Numerous news outlets have been covering the ongoing political crisis in Yemen.  Yemen, a small country on the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, is in the process of forming a new government.  Yemen was one of the many countries to fall into disarray after the so-called Arab Spring protests in 2011.  A brief contextual aside, Yemen is a majority Sunni nation; its Shia minority is disproportionately lower class and largely politically disenfranchised.  Religious divides are further demarcated by population density, with urban areas being predominately Sunnis …

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[14 Nov 2014 | One Comment | ]

Aidan Williams, WHRW News

Yaybahar by Görkem Şen from Olgu Demir on Vimeo.
A Turkish musician (Görkem Şen) has recently created an acoustic instrument, called the Yaybahar, that is indistinguishable from a digital synthesizer. The Yaybahar, which can be played in a number of different ways, each creating a unique sound, works via a system of strings, drums, and coiled springs. A video of the remarkable instrument, along with a more detailed description of how it works, can be found on the web.

A second music video for Out Alee, a cut from …

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[14 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]

Patrick Hao, WHRW News
InterstellarInterstellar is a good film. But the thing is,  I have a strange relationship with Christopher Nolan’s work. On one hand, I appreciate the sheer pleasure I get from his spectacle cinema. He loves the medium and will exploit every inch on the screen to create a feeling of awe. On the other hand, his outright stating of themes in each of his movies and stilted dialogue compounded with Nolan fanboys who will contest that he is the best filmmaker of all time makes me recoil. But, …