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By Alicia Lux
With the holidays coming up soon such as Hanukah, Christmas, and Kwanza, gift giving is going to be on the front of our brains and adding to the looming pressure of upcoming exams. I personally have many birthdays and anniversaries in my immediate family quickly sweeping in. With full schedules and shortened days, it leaves us with less time to leave the house to peruse the shelves of local department stores. It becomes easier to find the perfect gift with the touch of our fingers elegantly dancing across the touch screened devices while waiting for the next class or shift to start. What is the easiest and fastest way to whittle down the gift list? Online shopping of course! Amazon, Ebay, and Zulily are flooded with shoppers as the clock winds down ticking towards the craziness of gift giving bliss. I do not want to go broke on gift giving, so I want to get the most for my money.
By Spencer Curry & Kegan Ham
How much do you pay for gas? It’s outrageous, right? Wouldn’t you love a solution that saves you money? Well, as cost-conscious student, we have found one at MAPCO. We are sure you’ve heard about them, but you might not realize the benefits they offer. We hope that this post will enlighten you on the subject.
By Magen Bain & Sarah Murphy
Have you ever thought about how much you really walk during the day versus how much you just sit around? Right now, a wearable device called the Fitbit is a great way to monitor your activity level! The Fitbit allows you to track how far you have walked and how many calories you burn. Not only does it track your activity during the day, but your calorie intake, weight, and sleep patterns as well. It also syncs automatically and wirelessly to your Apple, Android, or Windows phone. You can even keep up with your progress online or on your phone using your Fitbit app!
By Jessica Reynolds & Georgiana Lamar
Do you have the Facebook app? Most people do. Have you noticed that you can’t get messages through your app anymore? Well, there is a reason for that. Facebook is now requiring that everyone download the Facebook Messenger app which is causing quite an uproar. Huffington Post wrote an article about the app, its terms of service, and how it requests a lot of personal information. The article mentioned that the app could; send text messages, call people, record audio through the microphone, take pictures and videos, and read data about your contacts – all without your knowledge.