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Hide your beers and hide your bongs — your future bosses are climbing into your Facebook accounts, snatching your pictures up. According to a survey by Vault, a recruiting website, three out of every four employers use Facebook in the hiring process. Conscientious job applicants know employers check digital trails. Few USC students need to […]
Are you still in touch with all your exes? How about your best friends from middle school? More likely than not, your answer is no. But what if I asked you what they did last weekend? You could probably just look them up on Facebook. That’s what’s interesting about Facebook. It claims to connect us […]
Josh Resnick, CEO and founder of nProgress Inc., brings his latest innovation exclusively to USC’s campus for an exciting launch.
Today’s technology offers students and parents many options for keeping in touch.
Though privacy rights are vital, iPhone users are distraught about the tracking system.
Quantifying our relationships might seem necessary, but it could also have repercussions.
A study found that almost 28 percent of college students plan to use LinkedIn for networking.
Data points are stored in a computer’s cookies when a person searches for information online.
The Office of International Services hosted a panel with four Middle Eastern students.
Facebook will need to balance the site’s role as a business and a force for social change.