Pretty much since I started teaching at City, I’ve ended up bantering with my students on Twitter. Here’s some examples:

Sometimes they just want brownie points

When you’re tagged on Twitter just so the student earns praise…

@TalFox @JasminGray2 @hackneypost Just the multimedia strategy for this week 😉 (@adders )

— David Knowles (@djknowles22) November 25, 2015

There’s only one possible response

Snape FTW

@djknowles22 @talfox @jasmingray2 @hackneypost pic.twitter.com/JKZ9qia4lh

— Adam Tinworth (@adders) November 25, 2015

And sometimes they just want feedback

And that’s completely fair.

And we've finished our live blog! One step further on our #CitySDJ portfolio @adders. Thanks @ChloeKerr_ @JMPhillips92 #ConflictInCities

— Fionn Hargreaves (@FionnHargreaves) November 26, 2015

They said:

Tonight’s panel discussion will examine the political landscape of the historically conflict-ridden cities of Belfast and Jerusalem, with guest speakers Dr Wendy Pullan from the University of Cambridge and Professor Liam O’Dowd from Queen’s University Belfast.

The full liveblog is worth checking out.