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Beware of Online E-Textbook Scams

Beware of Online E-Textbook Scams

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer

February 22, 2020

Because textbooks and e-textbooks are so expensive, students sometimes resort to buying books online, whether it be a well-known website – such as Amazon or CHEGG – or a website that’s selling cheap textbooks. MacKenzie Case, a sophomore majoring in criminal justice, said that she tries to not...

The Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar

September 23, 2015

Positives + I hear pumpkin spice lattes are back, which is a good thing, unless you’re our Editor, Elissa Sanci, who is allergic to cinnamon. Don’t get too close, folks, unless you have an epipen fetish and you’re into stabbing girls in the thigh with a needle. + Like those minion memes tha...

British politicians fall victim to Twitter scam

Joshua Van Hoesen

February 26, 2010

From The Associated Press LONDON – British politicians were among those caught up Friday in the latest Twitter-based scam which hijacks users' accounts to send out sexually explicit messages to friends and followers. The micro-blogging Web site has been hit by a wave of so-called "phishing scams,"...

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