A 20-year-old sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business has created a calendar-based web site designed to help college students organize their busy lives, reports the Providence Journal. Jay Rodrigues of Cranston, R.I., came up with DormNoise, which has been operating in beta mode since August; it is now open to all college students at www.dormnoise.com. Rodrigues said any student with a valid college eMail address ending in .edu can register for free. Busy college students, he said, are juggling three tiers of events. There are campus-wide happenings, such as major concerts, speeches, and sporting events. There are student group events, which could include fraternities, student government, or political groups. And there are individual events, such as class schedules, assignments, and dates. The idea behind DormNoise, he said, is to merge them all into a single personal calendar for each user. The calendars can be synced to operate on mobile computing devices, such as BlackBerrys and iPhones, as well as Outlook, iCal, Google Calendar, and Windows Calendar. Users can invite other people to events, view who else is going to be attending, and even join discussion groups concerning the event…

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