After everything that has occurred on our campuses and on campuses across the country the last few weeks, I think its interesting to look at how social media has been involved as well as what happens with social media. Through social media everyone gets to have a say in a sense because they can post their feelings or thoughts by posting on their Facebook, snapchat, twitter, blogs etc. Of course, not everyone is exactly heard if they aren’t retweeted or shared but still in a sense their is a place for any voice. Yet, because with the digital we lose the face to face interaction I think sometimes people also begin to feel more entitled and feel that their words will almost have less consequences. I had a friend who took to Facebook to post her blog where she had commented on the issues going on at CMC. Within moments hundreds of people liked her status with the blog post. Yet also within moments she began to receive emails from people she had never spoken to about how horrible her blog posts were etc. Some of the emails even included horrible language describing her. Its interesting to see how the internet gives everyone a voice but not everyone uses it positively yet at the same time that happens in person as well – just online it seems more people are comfortable when saying horrible things.