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Students lead double lives as CEO's
Mike Stern and Peter Venech, founders of a business in New Haven, Connecticut called Aquarium Ventures, are both a part of a new generation of CEO's.

Digital Plagiarism
Thinking about turning in a paper you bought off the internet? Think again.

Turn off your cell phone!
Picture this: You're in a theater watching the latest blockbuster movie. Just as the plot begins to thicken... A piercing ring cuts through the actor's lines. It's the all too familiar sound of a certain gadget we love to hate. The cell phone.

Cheaters beware - Professors are fighting back on the Net
It's the night before a paper is due and you haven't even cracked open a book yet. Do you grovel to your professor, asking for an extension -- knowing you will forever be branded a slacker? Or do you just suck it up and hope for the best? Several Web sites are hoping to take advantage of these moments of weakness by offering essays at the touch of a button.

Hot debate: Grading your professor online
A battle is brewing in academia pitting students against professors. The focus of the controversy is Web sites that allow students to post professor evaluations anonymously.

New degree: Computer hacker (and the tuition is free?)
With computer technology rocketing along, unforeseen opportunities for progress emerge, but so do new vulnerabilities.

Online education: A virtual reality?
Regardless of how much money they have, once computers are instituted, students have a whole world open up to them -- a very empowering world.

Looking to make the move off-campus? Head for the Web
When the time comes to make the move off campus - the decision of "where" to move is a big one.

The attack of the killer dorm virus
Students who live in dorms are used to dealing with the ever-present colds and flu but they may not be as accustomed to another infectious strain alive and well in university housing - computer viruses. Some dorm dwellers are seeing their potent PC's infected as careless roommates or strangers from down the hall meddle with their bytes and pieces.