A group of anonymous University students has taken to Twitter to publish their thoughts of gratitude for the community.
The @RoyalThankYou account has emerged as a way for students to anonymously submit “thank you” ideas, both genuine and sarcastic.
According to the account administration, the content is primarily driven by anonymous submissions.
The account receives roughly 10 submissions each day, and they hope to increase this number, administrators said in an email interview.
Curators look for funny yet appropriate tweets they hope will appeal to their diverse audience.
The account is currently planning a “Craziest Royal Thank You” series for the near future in which it will reveal some of the craziest submissions that have not yet been published.
Curators said that the account has received mostly positive feedback and that they love to hear people talking about it on campus.
“We even have professors getting in on the action, and they love it too! People seem to be enjoying it and we are continuing to get more and more followers,” according to an email.
As far as future plans go, the @RoyalThankYou administrators are optimistic.
They hope to see a continued appreciation for the account, as well as an increase in submissions. The account attributes its relative longevity as a non-University-sponsored Twitter account to its consistent emphasis on providing appropriate content that is relevant to the entire University community.
By Brigid Campbell