Articles tagged with: social media
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-The northwest part of the Natural State didn’t see quite as much “nature” (read: snow) Sunday and early Monday but that didn’t stop social media from becoming ablaze.
Two different school districts experienced snow-related social media issues, one being filled with mostly good-natured frivolity but the second was more problematic.
The Fayetteville Public Schools’ Facebook page became popular Sunday night as a large number of students used the site to beg officials to cancel school and to complain that a decision was not made until the early Monday morning hours when …
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