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The Movement is Taking Over Facebook, Twitter

That’s right, we’re taking our talents to social reach. In an effort to keep our fans constantly in touch with Hoosier Nation, we’re now on Facebook, in addition to our Twitter handle: @HoosierMovement. You can find our Facebook page “The Hoosier Movement” here. Please log on and LIKE our page so we can send you exclusive updates from Hoosier Nation in real-time. Also, if you’re not already following us on Twitter, you can do so here. In true Hoosier fashion, we’re putting in the extra work to give our fans the best experience possible. Hoosier Nation already boasts the largest student section in the country, now let’s make The Hoosier Movement a nationwide phenomenon.

In addition, I’d like to welcome two new members to our team:

Sean Milligan will be our go-to guy for Hoosier basketball recruiting. He will follow the pulse of the team all summer and into the 2012-2013 season. Sean will track all the latest commitments, offers, and visits as the recruiting season really cranks up over the next few months. Sean wrote his first article for Hoosier State of mind yesterday. Check it out.

The second addition to our team is Eric Caterina. Eric will be managing the “Btown Bullpen” portion of our site covering everything Hoosier baseball. It’s an exciting time for IU baseball, who boasts some of the best young talent in the nation, and Eric will be updating you on every homerun, fly ball, and double play. The “Btown Bullpen” is set to launch on the site today. So don’t forget to check back later and see what Eric has to say.

Feel free to welcome these two additions to our staff in our “comments” section located below each article.

Lastly, if you think you’d make a great addition to our team, see the “Now Hiring” tab at the top of the homepage. We are always recruiting great writers and knowledgeable Hoosier fans.

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