West Virginia Public Radio had an intreresting piece a few weeks ago on a common campus issue – texting in class.
Should you send text messages in class? Marshall University doesn't have a campus wide policy yet, but many professors say no.
"It's just one of those things where text messaging is exploding and I anticipate it being a problem this semester so I really put it on my syllabus absolutely, positively no texting in class," says journalism professor Dan Hollis. "I may kick you out of class if I see you texting, I just anticipate the problem."
The issue is a growing problem – one that is sure to get talked about on many other campuses…