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Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

Yearbooks have their limits

In the article, "As yearbooks die, colleges lose a link to the past," (May 2), several university faculty members suggest that a yearbook offers documentation of experiences and legacies that social media cannot provide. However, I disagree with this assertion, and I believe that social media offers more.

As a 2009 graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, I purchased a yearbook. But as a 2013 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, I did not. By the time I completed college, I had many memories collected in Facebook photo albums, favorited tweets and...