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Cell phones and College communication Does removing cell phones affect how much we socialize? Does less technology  mean more conversation? After reading Gail Rosenblum’s commentary “How some St. Paul college stu- dents are learning to connect without cellphones”, there are some thoughts on the read- ing (Variety Exchange, Oct. 21). The common conception is that young people are too  distracted by technology. It’s supposed bring us together and make it easier for us to  communicate, but usually aren’t being used for communication, at least not with the  people around them. If anything, technology and more specifically cellphones are used  a distraction to get them through the day. Typically, students use their phones to listen 
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  • Fall '13
  • social media., St. Paul, Paul college stu­, St. Paul college

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