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Robot Unicorn Attack

For the last two months, students have been pushing aside homework, skipping class and pulling all-nighters in the name of “Robot Unicorn Attack.”

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With tech, tables turn for aged

As technology rapidly increases in the 21st century, many senior citizens feel left out. From the cassette tape in the early ‘90’s to present fiber optic connections and Blu-ray players, the gap of understanding between the old and the new ...

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Facebook down

Your social life is temporarily over. Facebook is experiencing an outage and undergoing site and mobile application difficulties.

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Make Facebook your friend

Chances are you’ve been given advice about what you shouldn’t put on your Facebook profile—namely, things you wouldn’t show your grandma, your mom or your future employer.

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Some find jobs on social sites

After graduating a semester early from Cornell University in New York, Willy Franzen became aggravated with entry-level job searching.

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Sexual relationships in the digital age

“Sexting” – sending sexually explicit images or messages through cell phones – isn’t a new trend, but it certainly seems to be a growing one.

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The Vlog Life: Fan Pages

Facebook group pages range from the absurd to the hilarious.

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Reviving the art of courtship

Courtship. The wooing of one person by another, as the dictionary calls it. It’s also a concept that most people think is outdated. But in a world of rocky relationships and messy breakups, is the concept of taking a respectful, fulfilling approach to relationships really so off the wall?

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No blame on ‘the book’

I keep reading articles about how Facebook is bad.

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Does this make my Facebook look fat?

I was peer pressured into creating a Facebook account.

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Employers utilize social media

In today’s competitive business world, students are encouraged to engage in social media not only to network with prospective employers and coworkers, but to establish an online presence. This may be the key to getting recognized for necessary internship experience and clinching an interview for a dream career.

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Cyber friends, stalker friends?

We’re not stalkers. Or at least most of us don’t fall under that category.

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Has technology made us boring?

In my lifetime the Internet has become a common luxury in every house in America, unleashing new and improved ways to gamble, network with friends and find pornography.

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Twitter disloyalty

While the social networking site Twitter exploded with new users and grew 700 percent in last year, 60 percent of those new users didn’t come back the next month after they signed up, according to David Martin, Nielsen’s vice president of primary research.

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Facebook vs. homework

Begin working on physics homework or log on to Facebook.

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NCAA bigger than Facebook?

The all-powerful institution governing college sports expects universities to step up and help it enforce recruiting rules in the decidedly unruly online world.

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Going online

With Associated Students Inc. (ASI) elections less than a week away, candidates are campaigning harder and more frantically than ever.

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WEB-SPE@K: Do you like the new Facebook layout?

What do you think of the new Facebook layout?

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