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Breaking Free from the Bondage of Browsing

Breaking Free from the Bondage of Browsing

Alyssa Hill April 19, 2023

As college students, our time is taken up by classes, jobs, and relationships; but, what if, for some, our biggest time drainers are our phones? While this may not be a problem for some people, it really...

Photo illustration by Louis Herlihy

Unplugging from Social Media

Kaitlin Porter, Staff Reporter April 3, 2018

Cheyenne Layton, accounting senior, rolls over to check her phone as she does every morning before she gets out of bed. Today is different, however, because today she can only check the time. Layton,...

Political networking

Political networking

Kaetln Harrison, Staff Reporter October 29, 2015

November is quickly approaching which means election season is nearly upon us. If you forget, all you have to do is scroll through their Facebook page or Twitter feed. People turn to social media to...

Breaking the social media habit

Erin Mann, Staff November 5, 2014

Lately, it has become a trend to take a break from social media. Many students and faculty on campus have caught on to this trend. While Leann Henegar, biology senior, has not taken a long break from...

Thigh gaps: a dangerous obsession

Paige Thompson March 31, 2014

A young girl sits at her computer, browsing the Internet when she comes across a photo of a model with a thigh gap. Later, she stands in the mirror begins criticizing her body, viewing herself as imperfect...

Education upgraded to 21st century with social media

IUS Horizon February 4, 2013

IU Southeast has found a way to integrate social networking into student’s education through the use of their Oncourse account. The new program is called CourseNetworking. CourseNetworking is a social...

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