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Have a college-related question? Join my online chat Thursday afternoons

By Jenna Johnson

CampusOverload.jpgUp to this point, Campus Overload readers have been able to ask me questions only via e-mail, phone, Twitter, Facebook and text message. On Thursday I am adding one more option -- a live, weekly online chat.

Every Thursday at 1 p.m., I will answer questions about anything college-related. We're calling it Campus Overload Live.

Who knows what we will talk about -- but I am expecting lots of questions about the admissions process, internships, college media and trends in campus living, learning, drinking and socializing. Sometimes I will have a guest chatter on to help answer questions.

My very first chat is on Veterans Day, so I hope we can spend some time discussing issues facing student veterans and what colleges are doing to help. There has also been a lot of buzz lately about Four Loko, so we can talk about that, too.

So, start sending in your questions now (click here). And tune in to Campus Overload Live every Thursday at 1 p.m. I really hope you can join!

By Jenna Johnson  | November 10, 2010; 6:16 PM ET
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