E-Mail is for Old People

As students ignore their campus accounts, colleges try new ways of communicating

Maurice Johnson, a freshman studying interior design at Harcum College, spends hours each day online, both for work and play. One thing he rarely does, though, is open his campus e-mail account.

"I check it about every other month," he says.

Moe, as his friends call him, has his own fashion label and regularly corresponds with other designers through his MySpace page. He chats with friends