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Get Social One More Time: Newhouse NYC Students Take Over Twitter, Instagram, and the Blog

Each semester, Newhouse NYC students put their social media skills to the test. Students choose to do a @NewhouseNYC Twitter takeover, @NewhouseNYC Instagram Stories takeover, or write for the Newhouse NYC blog.

We welcome you to follow along—here’s what’s going on this week:


Two students will be doing social takeovers today!

Follow MAG junior Laura Superina as she takes over @NewhouseNYC Instagram Stories interns at digital agency The Story Lab.




Simultaneously, keep taps on TRF senior Nate Giammichele on the @NewhouseNYC Twitter account as he documents his internship at BiB Media–the same company that produced last Thursday’s Facebook Live of our Social Branding Panel (ICYMI, watch it here!).







We’ve got you covered morning and night!

During the day, ADV junior Ada Lam will take over @NewhouseNYC Instagram Stories, giving you a behind-the-scenes peek at her internship at ad agency Sunshine Sachs.





At night, ADV senior Suling Sun will live-tweet our dinner & learn at NBC on the @NewhouseNYC Twitter account, as the students hear from alumni working at the TODAY Show,, and more.





Another two-for-one special!

During the day, ADV senior Suling Sun will switch over to @NewhouseNYC Instagram Stories, documenting her day interning at the design agency Catch 24.




At night, follow ADV junior Matt Alexander as he live-tweets the Social Media class’s field trip to Bloomberg on the @NewhouseNYC Twitter account.


Thanks for following along and we hope you enjoy!

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