During the pandemic, we saw a rise in online gambling and online casinos. When everybody is ordered to stay at...
If you’re a college student, you’re probably done with your spring semester classes. It’s officially summer and you don’t have...
College Board has canceled its plans to offer online SATs, citing lacking feasibility and a heavy burden of technological requirements.
It might be time to swipe right on the app altogether.
We learned a lot from PLL.
This Sunday, June 5, 2016, at 7 p.m. ET Miss USA will be broadcast live from the T-Mobile Arena in...
While it would be awesome to rock designer styles, sometime you just have to outfit your wardrobe with some less-costly items. Here's some help with a list of online shops with college-friendly prices.
There has been a lot of controversy lately over sites like RateBU, where pictures of girls are posted online and people vote on whether or not they're hot. Yeah, I only wish I'd made that up. Regardless of whether you think this kind of thing is just fine or is a pathetic excuse for shallow douchbaggery, the question that a lot of schools are facing is - should this be allowed to happen?
People can learn a lot about you from your Facebook profile. By considering your favorite movies, pictures, quotes and the things other people write on your wall, it is quite easy to get a good idea of who you are as a person. And knowing that, many of us are extremely careful about what we throw on there.
While tirelessly working on a PowerPoint presentation for my Foreign Policy class this past Friday, I was forwarded another slew of slides chock-full of facts, images, and evaluations. However, these were far from academic. As I clicked a link in the email, I was led to an article detailing one Duke University female’s fake senior thesis, titled “An education beyond the classroom: excelling in the realm of horizontal academics.”
So I have now gone four mostly Facebook-free weeks. Which is saying something considering my little incident last weekend. I swear the universe was playing games with me for my final week of this challenge.
Facebook can turn even the most confident girl into a crazy stalker. Whether it's clicking rapidly through photo albums and tagged pictures or checking out every. single. girl. who posts on your random hook-up's wall, we've all been there. And that's OK. It's not like we're sitting in a windowless van outside someone's house for hours, watching their every move.
Do you remember the good ol' days freshman year? Sitting nervously in front of your laptop on a Sunday morning, awaiting the moment your friends would post the infamous pictures from the weekend? Then, it happens. At around noon, after a long breakfast spent reminiscing in the cafeteria Facebook explodes with album after album of weekend adventures.