SquareOffs: Choose Your Side

We all have debates with our friends with certain topics, such as: “Who should be voted President? Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?” or “What should we eat for dinner tonight? Pizza or Mexican?”

Your Lab, yourPlace

You might have noticed a difference in the library when you came back this fall. What used to be the computer lab is now a Starbucks and lounge! For you tech-seekers, don’t fret.

Standing Out in the Crowd

Standing out in the crowd when going up against possibly hundreds of other applicants in a job search can be rather challenging.  However, there are a few things that you can do to make yourself stand out to potential employers. Making your own portfolio is a big step.

Organizational Spotlight: MMO

Since you are reading a tech blog, I can bet that your first thought to what MMO stands for is Mass Multiplayer Online. Unfortunately, this MMO is not a game. Minority Men’s Organization (MMO) is a campus organization that promotes the betterment of minority men through providing opportunities to learn new skills and become more [more…]

Social Media and You

When it comes to social media, Google+, Twitter, and Facebook are some of the commonly used forms. Google+ connects to a Google account that includes Gmail, calendars, a bookstore (also known as Google Play), among many other features. Facebook is a more specialized medium that involves users being connected, not only by being friends, but [more…]

Recycle Mania!

As of 12:01 this morning (February 5th), Recycle Mania has officially begun! For the next two weeks, 549 colleges and universities will compete to save the most in recycled goods, raising awareness of recycling programs across the country. To be fair, the competition pits each school against itself, measuring the weight of the goods recycled [more…]

Tech-related organizations

No matter what major a student has declared at Northwest Missouri State University, he or she is bound to deal with technology in one form or another to get a job done. Advances in technology have given students the ability to conduct research, easily communicate with peers and professionals, and do homework. Even after school, [more…]