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Students can interact via sites that offer games, social networks, and up-to-date news on everything from pop culture to politics. For the discerning student, the Internet can be instrumental in the transition to college, and later, professional life. The key to healthy Internet usage is, of course, moderation. Here are some tips to follow if you feel like you spend too much time online: • LOOK FOR WARNING SIGNS. If you can recall this week’s Yahoo News headlines but none of your Spanish vocabulary terms, it’s time to rework your schedule, setting aside technology-free study time every day. • STEP AWAY FROM THE COMPUTER. You can’t obsessively refresh your MySpace page every five minutes if you deliberately separate yourself from your laptop now and then. You’ll have years to stare at a computer all day — give your screen-weary eyes a break while you can. • GET SOME FACE TIME. Too often college students rely solely on e-mail to communicate with advisors and professors. Opting to meet in person occasionally will help you to kick your technology fixation while getting better acquainted with the folks who just might hold the keys to your future. (By Hannah Roberts, staff writer, ) San Beda College Manila Map | Quezon City Satellite Map placemark category : education geographical location : Manila, Ncr, Philippines, Asia geographical coordinates : 14° 35' 59" North, 120° 59' 36" East San Beda College Manila Located in Mendiola, Manila; Complex includes Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat detailed map of San Beda College Manila in Quezon City area Home | Register | Login Manila Map Powered by Wiki-Maps (BETA) Search: Details san beda college Edit | Locate Mendiola St., San Miguel, Manila, Manila ,Manila Category: Schools Location Details:
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