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SocketHop: Pretty Good Privacy

Between Snowden, Greenwald, and the NSA, encryption is in the news. But what is it? And how can you, a mild-mannered student at an American university, use it? And why should you? You’ve got nothing to hide, after all. In this latest SocketHop, Conor Skelding (no tech genius himself) tries to lay that out. Something […]

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PSA: Reactivate Your Room Key or Get Locked Out!

This PSA is relevant only to those who have electronic swipe access to their room via CUID. If you access your room with a mechanical key or a Ving card (the one with holes in it), go find some other way to procrastinate.  Last week, housing sent out an e-mail to everyone who uses their […]

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TL;DR Hide Your Weed

The latest in Obamanard security measures, sent out this morning to residents of the buildings bordering South Lawn: Dear [Resident], We hope that you had a successful close to the spring semester! As a resident with Extended or Interim Housing living in one of the residence halls on South Field, you will be required to […]

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