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  1. @lizlynnkondzel

    80s pop culture things

    80’s pop culture in general, at least when I think about it, is very big and loud and over-the-top, but upon consideration, this is a very stereotypical, 2020-type view of things. As the gif suggests, this portrait of the 80’s is a very modern, “Jimmy Fallon Tonight Show satire” portrayal, and although there is no […]
  2. @Becca82037979


    This was an INCREDIBLE time in American history. So many revolutionary events occured especially in technology. The portable phone was created as we know today as the Cell phone. Although these phones do not resemble ours today. Boy have we come far since then. The phone looked like a big brick and weighed about a…
  3. @BegaKayla

    The 80’s!!

    When I think of the 80’s the first thing that I think of are the different types of music, dance, movies, and fashion styles. All throughout the 80’s we saw Michael Jackson single handedly work to rewrite the music industry. My parents used to always listen to him in the car and when I asked…
  4. @jollykyles

    The 80s

    A couple of weeks ago I stumbled upon an HBO original showcasing the horrific incident that occurred at Chernobyl. The uranium accident took place on April 26, 1986. The show ran through the events that took place on that day and the months that followed. The 1980s series showed the secrecy the Soviet Union practiced … Continue reading "The 80s"
  5. @kmaproductionss

    Blog #1

    Hey whats up, my name is Kelli Marie. I am a freshman planning on majoring in computer science and minoring in practical ethics. I also play for the softball team here at UMW (get dirty, go wash). I am very new to all this but super stoked to learn new skills and to hopefully makeRead more
  6. @IngrahamAllison

    WEEK 1

    What were the 80s like? While I do not watch many shows or movies from the 80s now; I did watch a few growing up. One of my all-time favorite shows, when I was a little girl, was Full House. I thought it was so funny and love that they had a lot of episodes. […]
  7. @samprice_ds106

    What Do the 80’s Mean to Us Today?

    When I heard that our theme for the class was going to be 80s themed, I got very excited. I love the 80s (I have been someone from the 80s for as many Halloweens as I can remember). My mom grew up in the 80s and she always tell my sister and I stories of when she was younger and I remember being so jealous and wanting to live during the time of slap bracelets and mixtapes. And don’t even get me started on the movies that came out during the 80s…I remember wishing that I’d look out my window […]
  8. @1215007705141780482

    The Good Ol’ 80s

    The 80s was a very prominent decade. This decade brought many new innovations and culture within America that is still relevant to this day. We still adopt the 80s pop culture into our own culture. However, not all of the 80s were pleasant. During the 80s the AIDS epidemic became recognized, the Civil War was […]
  9. @megds106

    On The 80s

    Like most eras, the 80s are painted to be a blast. Fun fashion, rockin’ music, brand new amazing movies, and care-free teens. We romanticize the 80s and compress it into a modern aesthetic. I mean, look at all of the things from the 80s that are coming back! There are covers of popular 80s songs…

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