“There’s never too much social media. It gives you something to do when you’re bored.”
Drew Nye, freshman
“It’s too much when it fills up all your spare time and you feel obligated to check it when you get notified.”
Fletcher Watson, freshman
“It’s too much when it gets in the way of more important things.”
Josh Bentley, freshman
“It’s too much when it gets to the point where the person can’t focus on something important due to what’s going on on their phone.”
Dino Redzic, junior
“It’s too much when you’re using it in places where it’s just not respectful to use your phone. If you’re on it at that point, it’s become too much for you.”
Max Miller, junior
“The amount of social media that is acceptable is very limited. Although it’s a fun way to share pictures and comments, it’s also addicting and can cause major stress and anxiety. The less amount of time, the better.”
Ashlyn Whitmer, junior
“Social media is very prominent today, but there definitely is such a thing as too much. An obvious answer would be until you can’t go throughout your day without thinking of opportunities to post. This is something that happens when someone is passionate about something, but that something shouldn’t be social media.”
Ronan Newton, junior
Interviews // Nobella Devine
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