Don’t Be a Kardashian

  This week, Kim Kardashian was robbed in Paris. It’s a well known fact that the Kardashian’s love social media and the attention that comes from it – in fact, Kim alone has millions of followers on her social media sites. Speculation abound, a recent article talks about the fact that she was a fairly […]

Educating Students by Taking Social Media Conflict Offline

  Educating teens on social media use and responsibility is quite the challenge – with the immediacy and constant availability of social media, teens tend to use social media to vent frustration, share conflict, or even sometimes with the intent to harm a classmate’s reputation. Most times, teens don’t have malicious intent – they are […]

Job Seekers: Is The Resume Dead?

  Whether you’re just out of college and ready to start your career, or you’re looking for a change, you may have noticed that job seeking is changing. Part of it has to do with technology in general, such as online applications vs. postal mailing of resumes and cover letters, and another has to do […]

Would You Sue Snapchat?

      One of the newer Snapchat filters, Speed, is causing some issue. What are filters? They are add-ons you can use for Snapchats. According to their website, “Jazz up your Snap by adding a fun overlay with a Filter! After you take a Snap, swipe right or left on the preview screen to add colored […]