[caption id="attachment_52362" align="alignleft" width="150"] For teenagers, the option of anonymity online gives them the freedom to ask whatever they want.[/caption]

A curious high school student hurls a flurry of questions at a University of California-Riverside advisor. The student asks about tuition, SAT scores, study-abroad programs, diversity, and whether she would need a car.

Once she gets her answers, she leaves. She doesn't bother to say goodbye.

The student was sitting at a computer in the northern California town of Watsonville. And the advisor was on a computer at UC Riverside.

Colleges nationwide have taken to using...

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