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Social Media is Not the Problem, We Are

Most APSU seniors were in kindergarten when Myspace and Facebook launched. Today’s college students have grown up in a world of social media influence. Social media tends to be a divisive topic especially between generations. However, each generation has something that sets them apart from the previous generation and the ...

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WNDAACC loans out calculators, laptops to students who need them

Understanding the overwhelming nature of college tuition and fees, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center offers free technology to all APSU students to rent for an entire semester at a time. The purpose behind such a program is to provide students access to technology resources, such as Macbooks ...

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APSU department uses Google grant to help firefighters

BY ALYSSA LONGWORTH, CONTRIBUTING WRITER APSU’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Center received a Google grant to develop its project to create technology which locates volunteer firefighters in the field. Google’s Internet of Things (IoT) Research Award focuses on devices that use the internet to communicate. The grant provided equipment to ...

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The Technology Effect

  Everywhere you look, someone is either staring down at their phone, their tablet, or their laptop. They have many applications and pages open, scrolling, liking, commenting, and even reading. You are even doing it right now. The technology that we have is growing more and more everyday. The quality ...

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The Business of Hacking

The word ‘hacker’ often conjures the image of a 30-something year old man, possibly donned in a fedora, hitting away at a computer in his parent’s basement. He’s doing minor things- maybe changing every noun on his school’s website to something vulgar, taking another celebrity’s nude photos, or at the ...

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