Font Change to Save Ink

A student at the University of Wisconsin discovered that switching fonts from Arial to Century Gothic uses about 30 percent less ink. The cost of ink is on the rise, so this small change may be very beneficial in the long run.

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Easter Break

Next week, we will be closed on Friday, April 2nd for the Easter Holiday. Our offices will reopen normal time on Monday. Thank you and have a great Easter!

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Twitter Phishing Scam

A recent Twitter Phishing Scam takes the form of a direct message from one of your followers. The message has the subject “This you????” and a link to an external site that prompts for your Twitter password. If you have gone to this site and entered your password, you should change it right away. For…

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Facebook Link is Actually Virus

Over the past several days there have been many links and messages being sent through Facebook that are in fact a serious risk to your computer. If you get an email from a friend sent from Facebook, DO NOT open it. These messages and links will infect your computer with spyware. Once the link has…

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SPAM Email: Thursday, February 25th

*SJU Notice* Your email account has been reported for numerous spam activities from a foreign ip recently. As a result, sju.edu has received advice to suspend your account. However, you might not be the one promoting this Spam, as your email account might have been compromised. To protect your account from sending spam mails, you…

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Changes to SJU Wireless Networks

On Monday, March 1, at 10am, we are transitioning to a new wireless network on campus. The new wireless will be called sjuwireless, as opposed to the older sjuwifi (which will be completely removed). The reason for this change is because sjuwireless will be more secure than the older network we were using. The sjuwireless…

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Avoiding Phishing Attempts

“Phishing” (pronounced fishing) is when criminals send e-mails that look like they’re from SJU or another institution. They then try to lure you to fake websites, where you’re asked to disclose confidential information, for example, passwords or login IDs. Like spam and junk email, these phishing emails are unfortunately becoming more and more abundant at…

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