An article in the Chronicle for Higher Education Review discusses the Janus-faced nature of social media. On the one hand, students “curate” their accounts, maintaining a pristine appearance to the world since they know the information will be used by anybody who can get to it to influence decisions about their future. On the other hand, students “let off steam” in anonymous forums and accounts with “temporary” posts like Snapchat and Instagram. Is the dichotomy contributing to student stress and anxiety? Should educational institutions do more to help students understand, analyze and navigate these treacherous waters?