Invading Public Privacy

Students are still failing to acknowledge that colleges and universities are using social media sites, such as Myspace, Facebook, and Twitter to delve deeper in order to complete applications. In the dated but relevant article more college officials learn about applicants from Facebook, it stated the 359 selective colleges used facebook – that was in […] Read more »

When Being Too Friendly is Deadly

UMASS Amherst  dismissed a student for distributing a letter asking fellow students to meet him in the dinning hall, if they were interested in starting a “friends club.”  The letter  immediately went viral after students read this part of the message: “Please don’t come if you are acquainted with me, I apologize, but just trust […] Read more »