Japanese company Nintendo have unveiled to the world their newest console. The Switch is so called because it can literally switch between a home console and handheld console, blurring the lines between the two very different console types in one go.
South Wales academic, Dr Martin Graff, has said that Internet trolling needs to be approached from the premise that it is a 24 hour problem.
Calls have been made for the University of South Wales to change its “fit to sit” policy, which requires students who take examination to accept they are well enough to take an exam if they take it.
EU nationals who are currently in receipt of student loans from Student Finance Wales and to those EU nationals who intend to begin studying in the academic year 2017/18 will continue to receive financial support.
New Crown Prosecution Service guidance has set out the range of offences for which social media users could face prosecution. The guidance will be used to inform decisions on whether criminal charges should be pursued. Released during Hate Crime Awareness Week, it has also been updated in order to help prosecutors identify and effectively prosecute hate crime on social media.
The Zora Neale Hurston Branch Library is celebrating Halloween this October with unique activities for students.
The boss of British soccer team Newcastle United, Rafael Benitez, has told goal keeper Matz Sels to ignore the social media trolls who abused him after Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship draw at Aston Villa.
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is calling all 7-19 year old students across UK schools and colleges to enter the BCS e-safety award, part of Animation17. The annual animation competition, now in its tenth year, is run by Manchester University.
The Palmdale City Library will host a social gaming event on Monday, Sept. 26 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm at the Library, located at 700 E. Palmdale Blvd.