West Virginia fans winning at social media, losing with police

Social media allows us to share our lives in a public manner. For some in Morgantown, West Virginia on October 19, posting on social media possibly got them arrested.

The police viewed social media sites Twitter, Instagram, and even anonymous Yik Yak to find patrons who were destroying public property after the West Virginia football team upset Baylor in Morgantown. Police Chief Ed Preston said those who were caught engaging in illegal activity will be charged.

Lost in the riots, West Virginia upset then #4 Baylor 41-27 in Morgantown on October 19.
Lost in the riots, West Virginia upset then #4 Baylor 41-27 in Morgantown on October 19.
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Social media aids online classes engagement

Instagram for speeches? Google Hangouts for discussion posts?

The University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu currently has more than 20,000 students according to their website.
The University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu currently has more than 20,000 students according to their website.

Associate professor Michael Menchaca at the University of Hawaii teaches an online class, and is using new ways for his online classes to interact with each other.