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No social media: Students share their stories

Many view social media as an integral part of every teen’s life: they say it shapes not only the way people are viewed, but also their actions. Here are the six stories of students that abstain from social media.

Many view social media as an integral part of every teen’s life: they say it shapes not only the way people are viewed, but also their actions. Here are the six stories of students that abstain from social media.

Lydia Roseman

Many view social media as an integral part of every teen’s life: they say it shapes not only the way people are viewed, but also their actions. Here are the six stories of students that abstain from social media.

Lydia Roseman

Lydia Roseman

Many view social media as an integral part of every teen’s life: they say it shapes not only the way people are viewed, but also their actions. Here are the six stories of students that abstain from social media.

No social media: Students share their stories

Many view social media as an integral part of every teen’s life: they say it shapes not only the way people are viewed, but also their actions. Here are the six stories of students that abstain from social media. Freshmen Ashlynn Gillespie, Ibrahim Kuziez, sophomores Trisha Manna, Martin Franciscus, junior Anna Butler and senior Alina Dunder discuss the pros and cons of not having a presence on social media.  

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Anna Butler
Martin Franciscus
Trisha Manna
Alina Dunder
Ashlynn Gillespie
Ibrahim Kuziez

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