I know my columns are supposed to be about campus life, but really, what is that? I don't live on campus. I don't have any friends in the dorms. I was rejected by the dance team, I'm not involved in any student organizations, and I still have to use a map to find my classes at the beginning of each term. Am I really qualified to be writing a column for the Barometer?
Probably not. but until someone kicks me off, I'll continue.
One thing that does have me a bit concerned about this campus life is how easy it is to stalk people. This is well and good when I am the one doing the stalking, but the fact that all my personal information is so readily available to the public makes me a bit nervous.
And The Facebook isn't helping.
Of course I signed up for the facebook. I mean, it's the college thing to do, it's cool, it's hip, and once you sign up, you can see lots of hot chicks with cleavage shots. And find out where they live, their phone number, and who all their friends are.
Does this creep anyone else out?
I was at my parent's house the other day, using their computer. I would use mine, but my massive downloading (of music, mom) caught up with me and my computer contracted a virus and died. Anyway, I was reading the news or finding new friends in AOL's Teen Chat or doing something equally virtuous, when I got an instant message from a name I didn't recognize.
"Hi there. You talked to me about