“Reading, doing homework, and not comparing myself to others.” – Anne Kostic, student at University of Texas at Austin.
“Reading about stuff some other way…or doing homework.” – Eileen Jones, student at Pine Manor College, Solstice MFA in Creative Writing.
“Studying.” – Holly Boyle, student at Pennsylvania State College of Medicine.
“On Twitter or Tumblr.” – Tara Daniels, a graduate from Stonehill College.
“Writing.” Marilyn Mercado, student at Pine Manor College, Solstice MFA in Creative Writing.
“Wasting time in another matter, although there are no guarantees it would be a “healthy” wasting of time so I guess it’s the lesser of two possible evils.” –Erin Thornton, student at Lesley University.
“I could do anything from play sports, watch television or eat.” – Tom Kennedy, a graduate from UMass Amherst.
“Making money.” –Sam Forgie, a graduate from The Catholic University of America.
“If I weren’t on Facebook, I wouldn’t remember anyone’s birthday!” – Erin Shannon, a graduate from Stonehill College.
“If I weren’t on Facebook, I would be having actual conversations with those around me.” – Matt Beahn, a graduate from Worcester State University.
“…Being productive, writing or monitoring relevant news for work. But most likely, I’d be on Twitter.” – Jessica Branco, a graduate from Stonehill College.