Notes in the Margins: Native Americans, internships and the fear of missing out

College Fund Tinkers With Its Slogan to Stress Investing in Students The United Negro College Fund is introducing a campaign with the tagline, “A mind is a terrible thing to waste but a wonderful thing to invest in.” (The New York Times)

Job prospects make college loans worthwhile, study says While more California college students are taking on larger education loans, that investment is paying off with better-paying jobs after graduation compared to young people without a bachelor’s degree, a new study finds. (Los Angeles Times)

It’s Make-or-Break Time for Interns Internship season is under way, and unless business students are already spending the summer with their dream employer, a full-time offer may be out of reach. (The Wall Street Journal)

Study suggests social networks encourage anxiety, ‘fear of missing out’ “Fear of missing out,” or FoMO, is a social phenomenon — highest among those under 30 — linked to high social media usage. (USA Today)

Graduation Rates Dropping Among Native American Students Latino and black students are gaining ground, but American Indians are slipping, a new report shows. (U.S. News & World Report)