For those of you who have been living under a rock for the past 4 days, baseball's back.
If you've ever been to a baseball game, you've probably noticed that when players walk up to the plate, their at-bat song plays. Generally the player is able to choose the song that plays, but it's usually only the first 10-15 seconds of that song. Taking that into consideration, we want to know:
A new study published in First Monday, an online peer-reviewed journal, is reporting that 78 percent of college students use Wikipedia as part of their research process for class assignments. According to the study, "8 in 10 survey respondents (82 percent) reported that they went to Wikipedia to obtain background information or a summary about a topic."
So, Onward State readers, we want to know...
It seems as though we might have had a substantial zombie problem during this year's State Patty's Day (see photo). I witnessed lines outside of bars stretching more than a block downtown and more green puke than I care to admit. So I want to know:
State Patty's Day is almost here. The State College community and people all over, are wondering how this year's celebration will turn out.
So what I want to know is:
Is it time for it to go, or is the bacchanal here to stay?
A great part about being me, the Stately Inquisitor, is that I get to schedule early. I'm talkin' real early. Like before the Honors College Kids early. Over the past few semesters, I've sketched out my schedule by hand, used Google Calendar, and used a variety of online services to try to work out a slammin' good schedule. So my question for you today is:
Be sure to list web services you might use or resources you know of.
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