Is reading the news feeling a little stressful today? Can’t imagine why. Don’t worry: you’re not alone. A Pew Research study found that seven of 10 Americans today suffer from “news fatigue” — meaning
Class accounts are a way for incoming freshmen to make friends, find roommates, and suss out colleges before fall. By the time many college freshmen arrive on campus this fall, they’ll have already met
On a blustery March day five years ago, I locked arms with my mother and walked into a church in Maplewood, New Jersey to bury my brother. Bagpipes played “Amazing Grace.” I remember shivering and worrying:
Dan Dolar was ready to take a break from the distractions of his smartphone. So he bought another phone. The 47-year-old IT worker, who lives in Manteca, Calif., now typically carries his new 3.8-inch
My name is Kevin, and I have a phone problem. And if you’re anything like me — and the statistics suggest you probably are, at least where smartphones are concerned — you have one, too. I don’t love referring
Growing data suggests that exposing young children to too much time in front of a TV or computer can have negative effects on their development, including issues with memory, attention and language skills.
Around the world, more than 2.3 billion people are on Facebook, actively communicating and posting and consuming on the platform, a figure that continues to grow and drive record profits, despite a barrage