A look into college relationships and the effects of social media. By Kelly Schiro Jess Engelking, a second year veterinary student, was asked by her boyfriend Dan Kassen, a senior in mechanical engineering, to go to their favorite park, Ada Hayden, after a dinner date last September. While they were at the park, Jess suggested […]
By Rachelle Rowe I am notorious for my spinsterhood. I gleefully wrap myself in alone time. I love to hibernate. I constantly joke about the hundreds of cats that I will have someday. Naturally, my friends were alarmed with by my pro-hermit attitude. In a desperate move to get me outside and interacting with actual […]
When you “enhance” your eye and skin colors, you are also enhancing the list of reasons that people think you’re awful. And the Comic Sans captions? Do we even need to go there? Drawn on mustaches? STOP IT! Okay, this might be worse. Ladies: having a mustache isn’t “cute.” Really. It’s nice to show off […]
We’ve all done it.
You type your name into the search engine and hit enter, awaiting the results of just how “famous” you really are. You might think it’s vain, but Googling yourself has actually become a near-necessity in today’s working world. The complexity of the Internet and easy-to-use social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have made our lives public; there’s no denying it. And now more than ever, employers are judging your online personality before they meet the real you.
By Anthony Capps The future of Internet is not a mobile application or a website. The future of Internet lies in the browser. It’s that piece of software that you use to surf the web such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Chrome. Browsers exist to read the language of the Internet: HTML. The web […]