Monthly Archives: March 2020

That’s What She Said: Social Media Celebrates the 15th Anniversary of The Office

I wasn’t kidding when I said I was overloaded from Coronavirus content. In an extremely difficult attempt to search for blog post topics about anything other than Donald Trump saying the country would be open again by Easter and subsequently … Continue reading

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A reflection on how COVID-19 has changed my relationship with social media.

Social media is certainly having its moment: while most businesses from restaurants to online fashion retailers are reeling from the sudden fall in consumer demand, social media usage is rising through the roof as increasing numbers are being confined within … Continue reading

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Who Needs a March Madness Bracket

“Necessity is the mother of invention”, I’m sure we’ve all heard this more times than we can count this past month, and who knows what this world will create with this distraction free time we all have on our hands.   … Continue reading

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Your Season is Cancelled

The Penn Baseball program is near and dear to my heart: their head coach is my significant other. I convinced him to share his perspective on the way things went down earlier in March and how they impacted the team. … Continue reading

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Social Media Addiction

Social media has brought about many positive changes to human society, however, some side effects also emerge as more and more get overly obsessed with using social media platforms. Nowadays, there are many types of activities available on social media … Continue reading

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A Critical Difference: Furlough v Layoff

Amidst the many layers of confusion surrounding changes to our day to day life since the onset of COVID-19, a large percentage of people are encountering the added concern of whether they’ll be returning to a job post quarantine. Those … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Restaurants: Part II

Employees in the Restaurant Industry Philadelphia based restauranteur Stephen Starr called March 16th 2020 “the day the world stopped” and although his company’s layoffs- nearly 6,000 across 40 restaurants- is staggering, it is only a miniscule piece of an industry … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Restaurants: Part I

The Uncertain Future of Restaurants As the first weeks of March seemed to bring the threat and hysteria surrounding the coronavirus closer and closer to home, most began prepping their homes- and minds, for what would come. But what would … Continue reading

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The Other Uniting Force in America Right Now…A Twisted Tiger Documentary?

Have a seat on your couch, stay in tonight, and open up Netflix. Oh, you’ve already been doing these things? For the past two weeks? Good! Welcome to the new normal…or the new temporary normal, to be optimistic about it. … Continue reading

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Social Distancing – Brands Edition

How are you feeling since they shut down school/work from 2 weeks ago? Staying away from crowds are practicing social distancing seems to be the most effective way we can contribute to limit this pandemic. Using the lense in social … Continue reading

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