The technology that’s been used in our daily life has developed rapidly. Nowadays, technology helps us function almost half our lives in this era. Technology is used in many aspects of our daily life, especially among young people. Cell phones, Laptops, iPods. It seems like that students just can’t live without these delicate, metal and hi-tech devices. Let’s take a look at how important is technology to students in Juniata.
Katie Shedlock, ’13, McLean, Va.: “My laptop is the most important device I use, and then comes my cell phone. I almost take my laptop everywhere I go, because I have everything I need on it and it’s a very useful device.”
Shelby Connor, ’13, Boulder, Colo.: “I use my cell phone and laptop both a lot. I go to group meetings often, and my cell phone is very useful when I need to contact someone.”
Sheena Kroskey, ’13, Loretto, Pa.: “I don’t think I can live without my laptop. I have everything on my laptop, and that’s pretty much the only technology device I really use, expect for electronics like the light or the microwave. Since it’s such a small campus, I hardly use my cell phone, so most of the time I don’t even know where it is at.”
Lingzi Mao ’12, international student from China: “The laptop would be the technology that I use 24 hours a day. I don’t use my cell phone over here that much; instead I e-mail people more often.”
Sammi Wang ’13, international student from China: “Laptop and cell phones are really important to me. And sometimes I think cell phone is more useful, because my dad in China calls me very often, and my cell phone lets me talk to him wherever I am.”
-Helen Hu ’13, online jounalist