Using a webcam, a microphone, and the internet, some students applying to Wake Forest University can now sit in their living rooms at home and have a "face-to-face" conversation with an admissions counselor at the university, Wake Forest reports. The school began offering virtual interviews on a limited basis to early-decision applicants in October, and about 30 students have chosen the new option.  In December, virtual interviews will be available to other applicants as well. "While a personal visit is the first choice, the virtual interview is an innovative way to use technology to connect individually with those who, because...

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