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S (and entire senior class) received an email from the college counseling office instructing them to refrain from posting positive admissions decisions on their Facebook walls because it is hurtful and insensitive to those who are either still waiting or rejected from the same schools. Years ago, students used to put a star with their name and the name of the school on a map in the college counseling office. That was nixed a few years ago. While I wasn't crazy about the 'wall of fame", I don't see anything wrong with kids posting on FB. I believe it's part of growing up to be able to be happy for others even when you didn't get what you wanted. What do you think?