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semester example: Chu has a degree in psychology from Bryn Mawr College, as well as graduate degrees from the University of California, Davis, and Harvard, according to Globe and Mail. In a response to the publication of her reviews, Chu wrote that she had learned a lot this semester about the power of words and about the accountability that we owe one another. June Chu, who resigned as a dean at Yale in June because of controversy over Yelp reviews, including one in which she labelled a Japanese restaurant as perfect for white trash. My question is, just this semester Example two, from Canadian Twitter The May debacle of several senior media leaders chortling about kicking in money to fund a cultural appropriation prize. Let's not argue whether the media moguls were meaner and more immature than the online mob that told them their conduct was gross, but rather focus on what other, savvier users of the service wondered Do they not know we can see them It was rather bewildering that long-time journalists devoted to the written word didn't realize they were creating a shameful, very permanent record. In the aftermath, some of these powerful figures found their careers derailed, while others scrambled to distribute apologies, both inside and outside their organizations. ( As reported in the news.