UCLA’s Ishmael Adams arrested for robbing Uber driver of cell phone
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While very few details were available at the time, it was reported late Monday afternoon that star UCLA cornerback Ishmael Adams had been arrested on a robbery charge and was sitting in jail in lieu of a $ 100,000 bond. Subsequently it was reported that Adams allegedly “used force” to take the cell phone of an Uber driver early Sunday morning, triggering what is right now a felony charge.

Adams was taken into custody a short time after the alleged incident, and has an initial court appearance scheduled for later this morning.

“We are aware of the situation and continuing to gather information,” a UCLA spokesperson said in a statement. “As this is a pending legal matter, we will have no further comment at this time.”

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Studies Show That High Cell Phone Use Is Associated With Decreased Academic …
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Everyone has a cell phone these days, right?

Cell phones used to be just for communication, but times have changed. We now use our cell phones for literally everything we do during the day: games, calendars, workout apps, research, sports updates, reading, photography, finance, etc.

Studies show that 90 percent of college students own a cell phone. How do cell phones affect a students academic performance, or does it affect it at all?

PLoS One did a study on college students comparing the time a student typically spent on his cell phone compared to how fit he/she was. The study found that students spent about 300 minutes every day on their cell phones (that equals out to five hours per day). The students that use their phones continually were less fit than the ones that used their phones frequently.

Television and computer games also provide distractions for college aged students. The difference between other electronic devices and cell phones is that cell phones are highly accessible (usually in our pockets) when a student has free time so the cell phone is an eas…………… continues on The Inquisitr

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