For these students, yearbook “more social” than cyberspace
Written by Evan Blackwell, CJE
Here’s an interesting article from this morning’s Chattanooga Times Free Press, which talked to some high school students at their yearbook signing parties last week.
According to many of the students at Tennessee’s LaFayette High School, the yearbook is most certainly not getting replaced by the new age of online social networking.
One senior, Tyler Chambers, told the newspaper he’s not sure he’ll be able to go back years from now and look at MySpace and Facebook, but with the yearbook, “There’s more memories in this thing than I can ever make on Facebook.”