If only the information bestowed upon students by their professors would somehow stay latched into their minds permanently, allowing a smooth transition into midterm exams.
Suicide. The word enough can send a shiver down your back. While it may seem like a far away term that you only see on Law and Order, it is a very real problem in our world. September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and the question stands: How can our generation stop this terrible self-murder?
Whether You Want It Or Not
When students checked Twitter a few days ago, most thought the tweets regarding the Irish band U2’s new album, “Songs of Innocence,” were a joke. How could every single iPhone have inexplicably downloaded the same CD? Through the mysterious qualities of the iCloud, this bizarre situation really happened — and not everyone is happy with Apple’s gift.
The Internet blew up when the biggest celebrity hacking scandal in history occurred recently. Over 100 celebrities’ iCloud accounts were hacked, revealing scandalous photos of starlets like Jennifer Lawrence, Ariana Grande, and Kate Upton. While some of these celebrities have denied the photos were real, others spoke out,