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Chris Brindle, Opinion Editor

March 8, 2018

The Library of Congress announced on Dec. 26, 2017, that it had received a copy of every public tweet ever posted, and that it will archive all future tweets. The goal of this endeavor is to “acquire and preserve a record of ...

Social networks may negatively affect employment

March 11, 2011

By KATRINA TULLOCH [email protected] Michael Babeji,’11, applied for an internship as a camp counselor specializing in psychology working with children with autistic disorders at a large company in the western Pennsylv...

Letter to the editor: Technology complements reality

September 15, 2010

Despite people (mostly older adults, but still some out–of–touch young adults who are resistant to change) complaining about how technology is becoming a substitute for reality, let me tell you two things. First, it isn’t...

Allegheny enters the Twittersphere

September 8, 2010

7 hours, 1 minute, and 41 seconds. That’s the time an average user will spend on browsing each month, according to a recent study by Nielsen Media Research. Add Facebook’s 500 million-user base, and the 75 million...

Editorial: Quit your Twittering

September 8, 2010

Oh, sweetheart, you look so pale.  You’ve got these awful circles under your eyes, and you look so much thinner than we’ve seen you before.  Have you been eating right? When was the last time you came out with us? Are you...

Editorial: Not dead yet

August 27, 2010

What are you doing? Don’t you have books to read or beers to chug or cute girls in your O-Chem class to hit on? Why are you reading The Campus? Better yet, why are you reading it online? Don’t you know that newspapers are...

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