Advice for high school grads: Keeping in touch
- June 1, 2011
- Julianne Holloway, anthropology undergrad, is quoted in the Rancho Palos Verdes Patch May 25, 2011
From the Rancho Palos Verdes Patch:
While all of these situations might have been detrimental to your friendships 10 years ago, fear not! Modern technology has made K.I.T. a relatively easy thing to do. Try the following to stay in contact and up-to-date with friends and family (when phone tag starts to get annoying): 1. Facebook: Arguably the most popular social networking website out there, Facebook is a great way to stay in touch with friends and classmates from high school. Julianne Holloway, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School graduate and now a junior at UC Irvine, says that she wouldn't have a clue what most of her friends are up to if it weren't for status updates: "Most students are on Facebook," Holloway said. "It gives me one location to see all of my friends past or present and I can see what they're up to and contact them if I want." This is a great excuse (as if you need one) to start stalking!
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