We love to tweet. There’s nothing more exhilarating than the challenge of expressing your thoughts in 140 characters or less while preserving your wit and, in BlogDailyHerald’s case, being #meta… Okay, maybe there is, but you get the point. Twitter can help you in school, let you keep in touch with high school friends and even aid you in selecting a career path. Bottom line: tweeting’s damn cool and pretty relevant to #Brunonia. We’ve compiled a list of Brown-related Twitter accounts that will make your life infinitely easier, or at least keep you from dozing off in lecture. #Czechitout.
- Brown University: While they are definitely not the best tweeters at Brown, they’re definitely worth a follow as an expression of your Bruno pride.
- The Brown Daily Herald: In our world, the Herald is the parent who stays up until we (BlogDH) stumble in drunk from our “friend’s house” at 3 am. To go along with their role as our fairly uncool parent, they happen to be less than great at social media, but they are still the best, and, for what it’s worth, the most traditional source of everything Brunonia.
- Brown Alumni Magazine: Yes, it is random. But Brown Alumni Magazine tweets often and tweets well. Did you know two Brown alumni were listed among Fortune’s “50 Most Powerful Women“? Did you know College Hill was voted “one of the top 10 great American neighborhoods“? Did you know Julie Bowen, of Modern Family fame, is a Brown alum? Well, you would if you followed the Alum Mag! Irrelevant Brown trivia ftw. (The Brown Alumni Association is also a solid account, but they have nothing on the mag).
- Brown CareerLAB: If your parents visited for Parents Weekend, you’re probably still getting calls asking what you’re thinking of doing with your yet-to-be-defined independent concentration. Now you can give your parents some peace of mind by saying you’ll go to info sessions you found out about on Twitter! That might not be what they want to hear verbatim, but it’s good enough.
- Brown Athletics/BDH Sports: Brown is still a D-1 school even if more than half the campus has no idea what that means… Continue Reading