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Students need to do more than clean up their social media profiles to promote a positive image.
BANGKOK (AP) — A Cathay Pacific flight attendant is out of a job after writing on her Facebook page that she wanted to throw coffee in a passenger's face because she happened to be the daughter of someone she dislikes intensely: ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Despite what you may have read, the Internet hasn't yet become the be-all, end-all for political campaigns.
Course-specific apps can save students money and improve classroom collaboration.
Facebook tops the list of platforms students use to research schools.
These mobile apps will help students more easily build connections.
Despite claims by his campaign, a look at available metrics shows President Obama is actually outdoing Romney.
J.D. students should prepare for an increasingly plugged-in and social job market, experts say.