This chapter aims to consider the relational (interpersonal) uses of social media by users in their 20s in 30s as particular life stages. It also begins by surveying the existing literature addressing how college students engage with Facebook. The chapter turns to comparative work that exists both in terms of other age groups but also other social networking sites. According to the latest study from the PEW Research Center's Internet and American Life Project, 71 per cent of the adults that are online are using Facebook. PEW also reports a continued increase in the use of various other social networking sites such as Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and LinkedIn since 2013, with the most noticeable leaps forward in Instagram for almost every demographic and LinkedIn for college students. One of the most commonly used forms of ICTs today for interpersonal communication, particularly by younger adults, is a social networking site.