@Now! (headlines, breaking news, crime)

Champaign Highschool board president says the school will either expand at the current Central cite or build at Interstate.

@Enjoy! (arts, entertainment, travel, fashion, leisure)

R-rated superhero flick Deadpool takes over the box office with $135 million in its opening weekend.

@Active! (fitness, sports, health, nutrition)

U of I head football coach Ron Turner loves the idea of potentially hiring former Illinois football coach Josh Whitman for the next athletic director.

@Connect! (careers, classes)

Campus reports state that record number of applications for the class of 2020 have been received by the university.

@Believe! (faith, service)

Illini Chabad Rabbi restores faith in Jewish Community by vandalized lights on the symbolic menorah

@Diverse! (gender, minorities, ethnicities)

University’s Taiwanese American Student Club organizes event to celebrate the first day of the Chinese New Year and raise campus awareness.

@Belong! (family, Illini legacy)

28% of married graduates attended the same college as their spouse!

@Discuss! (politics, issues)

President Obama received a standing ovation before redressing the Illinois general Assembly at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Il.

Henry Prystowsky

Henry Prystowsky

sophomore in advertising at University of Illinois
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7 thoughts on “Tweets”

  1. I think the use of numbers like “$135 million” and “28%” does work when it comes to tweets. You’re getting news to the people, showing data does help get the information out there. However, I do think your tweets overall could be a little lighter/funner. Most of them sound too serious for college students.

  2. I love the numbers aspect and did not think of this for my tweets, so I like that aspect! Definitely can have fun with areas such as “Active” and “Enjoy”

  3. I think you could reduce the more serious news tone to your tweets. I think that would make people want to click on the tweets more.

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