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How students feel about their cellphones

Tiana Reams and Kavi Shamdin

Tiana Reams and Kavi Shamdin

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Cell phones are everyone’s source of entertainment and the most common way to keep in contact with their friends. On average your only supposed to spend about five hours on your phone a day but students here spend an average of 10 or more hours a day. They check their phones as soon as they wake up and is the last thing they put down before they go to bed. There are apps such as snapchat and twitter and games such as fortnite. Students are entertained by these apps and some cannot live without their phone due to how convenient it is.  

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Tiana Reams, International Editor

Senior Tiana Reams is currently in her first year on The A-Blast. She is applying to become a page editor for entertainment but until then she is a staff...

Kavi Shamdin, Academics Editor

Senior Kavi Shamdin is currently one of the Academics Editors on The A-Blast. She has been on staff for three years and was previously an Arts Editor and...

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How students feel about their cellphones