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Entries by Jose Antonio Vargas from 02/2010

WATCH: Must-See Videos From White House's Channel

Posted 02.03.2010 | Technology

There's the White House that's framed by the non-stop, tit-for-tat coverage of the mainstream press and bloggers. Then there's the White House that's ...

It's a Mac's, Mac's, Mac's World -- So Who Needs Macworld? (VIDEO)

| Posted 02.09.2010 | Technology

Who needs a yearly Macworld in San Francisco when, as the release of the iPad last month showed, we're living in bigger, non-stop Mac world? Through its Apple stores -- and, just as important, through its own web site -- Apple reaches and educates its customers.

College News, Blogs And Resources

Posted 02.22.2010 | Huffington Post

Campus Grotto Campus Splash College Candy College Gloss College Lifestyles College Media Matters College Prowler Hack College Her Campus Ivy ...

College News/The West

Posted 02.22.2010 | Huffington Post

Accent Advocate Al-Talib Arizona Daily Wildcat The Bottom Line The California Aggie City on a Hill Press Claremont Port Side The Clarion The C...

College News/The Midwest

Posted 02.22.2010 | Huffington Post

Badger Herald Butler Collegian Chicago Maroon The Columbia Chronicle Dakota Student Daily Iowan Daily Kent Stater Daily Nebraskan Iowa State D...

College News/The South

Posted 02.22.2010 | Huffington Post

The Accent Belmont Journal Central Florida Future The Collegian (University of Richmond) Collegiate Times Daily Athenaeum Daily Reveille Daily ...

College News/The Northeast

Posted 02.22.2010 | Huffington Post

Blog Daily Herald The Bona Venture Bowdoin Orient Broad Recognition The Bwog The 'Cac Colby Echo The College Voice Columbia Spectator Concord...

Most SURPRISING College Drop-Outs (PHOTOS)

Posted 02.24.2010 | College

Arguably the most famous college drop-outs are technology titans Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, both billionaires. But how about a rising pop phenomeno...

Largest Historically Black Colleges (PHOTOS)

Posted 02.26.2010 | College

Three percent. Of the nation's colleges and universities, three percent are historically black colleges and universities -- aka HBCUs. But what's t...