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Inside Edition 16 Apr 2020

College Student Makes Friends From Afar Using Post-Its


Stuck inside and in need of a friend, college student Lillian Kogan placed a Post-it Note on her window that read simply, "Hi." Soon after, a Post-it Note appeared on the window of the apartment across the way. After a few exchanges, Kogan spotted who she was talking to: an elderly couple. Lillian was so excited about her new friends, baked them chocolate chip cookies as a treat. She left the cookies in their lobby with a note and her phone number, in case they needed anything.

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