Twitter en For Poetry Month, We're Taking To Twitter — And We Want Your Help <strong>Help us make poetry!</strong><p>April is National Poetry Month: 30 days set aside for the celebration of all things verse. Many of us here at Code Switch love poetry every month of the year, but we can't always make space for it in our coverage.<p>So this month, we're taking advantage of the national celebration and highlighting great poets and poems that address issues of race, ethnicity and culture.<p>To kick off our coverage, we're inviting <em>you</em> to help us create collaborative poetry on Twitter. Tue, 08 Apr 2014 17:23:00 +0000 Camila Domonoske 44058 at For Poetry Month, We're Taking To Twitter — And We Want Your Help WSU Coach Leach Bans Players from Tweeting <p></p><p>By Joe Utter and Adam Lewis</p><p>Washington State University Coach Mike Leach banned players from using Twitter on Tuesday evening after a series of messages on the social media website was brought to his attention.</p><p>“Twitter is now banned around here so don’t expect anything on Twitter,” Leach said after Tuesday’s practice. “Twitter’s banned and quite frankly if after today you see anything on Twitter from our team-- and I don’t care if it says ‘I love life’-- I would like to see it because I will suspend them.”</p> Wed, 24 Oct 2012 16:36:23 +0000 Sueann Ramella 17248 at WSU Coach Leach Bans Players from Tweeting Tweeting Through Natural Disaster <p>The next time a big wildfire erupts or an earthquake unleashes near you, Twitter, Google and Facebook might be useful places to turn. And not just you. Disaster response agencies are plunging into social media. They can develop better situational awareness by seeking out your online gripes and observations. Digital platforms also provide an avenue to give more frequent official updates and correct misinformation during a catastrophe. Correspondent Tom Banse reports. Mon, 09 Jul 2012 13:05:32 +0000 Tom Banse 11314 at