In the wake of the death of a Rutgers freshman, college communities across the country are grappling with concerns over social media and how shared information can impact the lives of students. “In an instant, this thing can become so public that you’re willing to take your life for it,” said Lee Calizo, director of student life. “The challenge for colleges and universities is trying to get students to slow down half a second to think about what it is before they hit ‘send’ or ‘public.'”
The article, “Rutgers death adds to campuses’ concerns over social media,” appeared September 30 in the Baltimore Sun.