TWAMPs of Twitter

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November 18, 2013

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Meet the Twitter celebrities of the College of William and Mary!

W&M Squirrel: @wmsquirrel

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Read more: Between stashing away food for the winter and causing a ruckus in the branches of the trees above campus, the W&M Squirrel has had a very busy season.

 Fake Reveley: @fakereveley

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Read more: I think [Reveley’s] a compelling guy with a compelling sense of humor,” the creator of @fakereveley said in an email. “In the beginning I wanted to include things that he would usually say, using his unique vocabulary. But as the account evolved, it’s turned into more of a critique of campus life.”

Lord Botetourt: @lordbot

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Read more: “I confess that I don’t understand Twitter,” Lord Botetourt said in an email.

The WM Griffin: @WMGriffin1693

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Read more: Have you ever wondered what the Griffin says? The word around campus is that it tweets.

Camille Hughes: @cisobel

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Read more: Camille Hughes ’14 — a former NYC Prep “Bravo-lebrity,” current neuroscience major at the College of William and Mary and active Tri Delta sister — began using Twitter her senior year of high school.

Rosemary Willis: @RosemaryGWillis

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Read more: Rosemary Willis ’13 — Miss Virginia, Accidental member, Personal Trainer, Health Enthusiast, and Twitter celebrity — is just your typical College of William and Mary student, contrary to what her Twitter page suggests.

Her Campus: @HerCampusWM

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Read more: According to Harper Yi ’15, Her Campus’s most popular tweets include links to how-to guides or articles which appeal to people outside of the College of William and Mary.

Earl Gregg Swem Library: @swemlibrary

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Read more: Institutions like Earl Gregg Swem Library are changing the way the world connects.

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