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Sharing Facebook password leads to heartbreak

By Alexandra Kukulka

January 30, 2012

The dating game has changed during the last few years with technology advancing every day. My mother, remembering a time when meeting in person was the only way to establish a relationship, never understands why I have to text my boyfriend during the day. She thinks cellphones complicate relationships, not to mention texting and the Internet. I used to ignore her; she was raised in the Stone Age. But reading recent stories about t...

Students invited to new Talent Pool website

By Lisa Schulz

September 14, 2011

Columbia students recently gained exclusive access to, a project and job search website designed to help students discover creative collaborative partners through a colorful sea of mini-portfolios.Students have been pre-registered with their Oasis ID log-on since May. Site users are limited to students and alumni, but browsing privileges include the public.A clicked box is the quick gateway to a student’s p...

Twitter co-founder speaks to Columbia

By Colin Shively

October 11, 2009

In the dimly-lit room of Film Row Cinema at the 1104 Center, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., the silhouttes of 300-plus guests sat in chairs facing the stage. As the lights came on, a few faces were lit by cell phones as they quickly sent a message on Twitter. As Columbia President Warrick L. Carter stood up, the room went silent as he introduced the evening’s guest speaker—Biz Stone, the co-founder of the popular micro-blogging s...

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