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DuckDuckGo offers search alternative

Students regularly post personal information on their social media accounts that organizations collect and sell, but new search engines such as DuckDuckGo, launched in 2008, could protect users from data mining. Privacy is becoming a hot topic among students as more internet users are being made aware of how data collectors use their information. The […]

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Do not over-commit to college responsibilities

Everyone’s experience going into the first year of college is different. Many students experience culture shock from the newfound combination of responsibility and freedom. The two come together to elicit a myriad of responses. However, these two components are important parts of the university experience. For some students, it is easy to get carried away. […]

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Ending friendships shows wisdom

Young adulthood comes with many struggles and changes. Not only do young adults have to grapple with college and navigate romantic relationships but they also have to maintain platonic relationships. However, not every friendship works out in the end. Breaking up with a friend can be a difficult experience to accept and move on. Hannah […]

professor organizes ASA annual meeting, refines communications

Dr. Jim Buchholz, California Baptist University professor of mathematics and physics, agreed in April 2011 to plan the American Science Affiliation’s annual meeting this summer, a venture that usually takes two years. Buchholz, however, accepted the challenge to plan the meeting in just one year. The ASA meeting of Christian scientists with backgrounds in math, […]