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Podcast:The Creep Factor

By Emily Felder

October 11, 2011

Filed under Web-Exclusive

Victoria Knobloch and Emily Felder are creeped out by certain male interactions. The Creep Factor

Facebook: A New Way to Procrastinate

By Kim Giordano

October 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Living Blogs, Blogs, Lifestyle

Have you ever noticed that the night before a major paper or exam, you find yourself continuously going back to Facebook? Walking by the computers in the library, I see student after student checking Facebook, instead of ...

‘Georgia has blood on its hands.’

By Michelle Alcott

September 26, 2011

Filed under Columns

On Wednesday morning, Sept. 21, I opened my Facebook to find that my friend Tk Karakashian Tunchez wrote “I’m raising a Black boy in a world where Black men are endangered species and state-sanctioned lynchings don’t ev...

By Rachael Roth

September 25, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Every time I send a message into cyberspace, part of my soul dies a little. About a month ago, I posted this on Facebook, to which a friend responded, “Stamps and envelopes just aren’t that expensive.” I wrote three...

Keeping up with Facebook: Recent site updates decoded

By Herb Scribner

September 21, 2011

Filed under News, Science & Technology

On Tuesday, when users logged onto Facebook, they weren’t given an entirely new model to look at, but an entirely new experience drawn from other social media outlets. For users unaccustomed to the new model or for those lo...

The Church’s Message

By Chelsea Whitton

April 27, 2011

Filed under Columns

Recently I officially signed up for Twitter, not that I hadn’t been on it before as I had about five different accounts under pseudo names for no apparent reason. So I got rid of those and signed up with my real name and sta...

‘Color’ me flustered

By Amanda Joinson

April 5, 2011

Filed under Columns

For years now, social networking websites have been criticized for their lack of privacy and with backlash, comes acceptance. Facebook tells people too much information, which you volunteer, but that is a whole other topic. Twitter is constantly updating followers about what you are doing and where you...

Facebook attempts to end marginal friendships

By Justin Gagnon

February 18, 2011

Filed under News Blogs

It seems like your best friend, or that annoying stalker that "Likes" everything you post has been popping up on your Facebook News Feed more than usual lately, doesn't it? Well, it's not because they've been posting more, or that good looking girl from a Gen. Ed. you took two years ago sto...

The unfriendliness of Facebook friends

By Staff

February 16, 2011

Filed under Columns

What does it mean when someone is your Facebook friend? How many “friends” on Facebook do you have? It has been reported in the New York Times that Facebook users have an average of 130 friends, or 500, 1,000 or even 2,000. H...

Click Your Way to Love

By Malea Ritz

February 14, 2011

Filed under Lifestyle

♥ The Daily Collegian's Guide to Valentine's Day 2011 ♥ For those whose palms begin to sweat, tongue swells up and mind suddenly goes blank at the thought of confessing love to a secret crush, fear not. Flirting has be...

The existential network

By Eddie Hand

February 6, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Daniela just got back from drill. She’d been there since Friday. Several of her friends told her they missed her and she was excited to be home. Kristen was in San Diego from Thursday till Tuesday. Her nose got sunburned. Blake dropped his phone in a margarita, and now he needs a new one. June lost her phone too. So did...

Cairo to Amherst, protesters take to the streets

By Michelle Williams

February 3, 2011

Filed under Local News

From Cairo to Boston, emotions towards the protesters in Egypt have ranged from fear to joy, anger to support. Over the weekend, hundreds of demonstrators gathered at the Boston Common and Harvard Square, peacefully protesting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and demanding major reforms in...