Art in the Lou: ‘Hotline Bling’ at the Kemper

Just yesterday, the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum completed installing its cell phone tour. It was created specifically to broaden accessibility and spread information about all of the art around campus owned by the Kemper (both paintings located indoors and outdoor sculptures).

| Art Editor

Cell phones: More than an addiction

If you are one of the few non-Luddite members of the WashU community, you own a cell phone. It’s in your pocket or your backpack, easily within reach, if not already in your furiously texting hand.

| Staff Columnist

Are we addicted to our cell phones?

In the media today we all hear a great deal about the perils of modern technology. We now can be addicted to the Internet, Facebook and Twitter, not to mention the already existent perils like television, alcohol and drugs.

| Forum Editor

Hey get off the phone and. . .walk?

It’s one thing to become irate when you’re trying to drive to campus when the knucklehead in front of you sits at a green light because they’re blabbing on the phone. What about when you’re walking around campus and the person you’re holding a door for won’t hurry up because they’re also on the phone checking something on Facebook.

Keeping in touch is just a click away

There was a day, not long ago, when students could keep in touch with their parents only via landline telephone and written correspondence. Current technology has enabled Washington University students to keep in touch with their families in a multitude of new ways.

| Assignment Editor

New antennas may improve cell service

Washington University will begin the installation of an interior cellular reception system within the Danforth University Center this week, hoping to alleviate network problems cited by many students.

| Staff Reporter