Facebook has evolved beyond a vehicle for keeping up with friends into a way for people to get ahead in their professions and more.
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A majority of students and faculty said they are not interested in Google+, according to an informal poll designed to determine their awareness, interest and willingness to participate in the new social network.
Fox News recently reported that a study from Edinburgh Napier University has concluded the number of friends a person has on Facebook can be directly related to how miserable a person’s life is. After studying 200 students and their use of Facebook, the study found, “For a significant number of users, the negative effects of […]
During my freshman year at ULV, I found myself using Facebook as a getaway from homework. In the middle of writer’s block, I would use keyboard shortcuts to open my Facebook homepage.
Today Facebook and Twitter dominate the world of online social networking. But this is not without inheriting the revolutionary capabilities of the outdated MySpace, which includes cases of cyberbullying, kidnapping and fraud.
C.L. Lindsay, a lawyer from Philadelphia and author of “The College Student’s Guide to the Law,” spoke at the University of La Verne about MySpace, Facebook, blogging and the consequences that come along with users sharing too much information about themselves online.
Thirty-three people were killed Monday morning at Virginia Tech in the largest gun massacre in United States history.
Whatever happened to just sitting down and enjoying a book? The simple relaxation and escape of reading seems to have taken a turn for the worse.
Megan Kanka was a 7-year-old girl from New Jersey. Unknown to her and her family, a known child molester moved in across the street. The man was eventually responsible for the rape and murder of little Megan.
With more than 13 million people’s profiles posted on Myspace.com, “Let me check my Myspace” is a common phrase heard throughout University of La Verne dorms and across the nation.