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Have cell phone, will Vine

September 4, 2013 2:00 PM

Nick Marinello
mr4@tulane.edu

If you haven't heard about it, Vine is a new social media platform that allows users to share six-second video clips with the world. What can you say in six seconds? That's exactly what we were wondering when asked a group of Tulane University students serving in last Saturday's  Outreach Tulane day of service (Aug. 31) to make Vines. What we got back was somewhat informational, a little silly and mostly fun. What do you expect in six seconds? Thanks goes out to Avery Brewton in the Tulane Center for Public Service and student Rebecca Lipschutz for  coordinating the project. Contributors are Alexandra DeMarco, Isabella Jaye, Carly Rosen, Gabby Rigol, Emma Skok, Emily Sturtz and members of CACTUS (Community Action Council of Tulane University Students.)

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