TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24 explores how the examination of appearances on social media in “Black Mirror” can apply to our current lives.
Despite being considered an important tool for socio-political movements, social media is still plagued by prevalent power politics and censorship, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
Underneath the glittering wealth and success portrayed in “The Social Network” lies an industry of corruption and exploitation, pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 writes.
A social media service designed for college students to connect with one another. Sound familiar? From its humble origins, Facebook has grown into the world’s largest social media platform, with 2.7 billion users — and now it’s going back to its roots. Scripps College joined 29 other universities in the
Social media account Humans of Mudd is spotlighting the familiar faces of Harvey Mudd College as students and staff feel the lack of on-campus run-ins that are inherent to on-campus life.
Pop culture columnist Nadya Siringo Ringo SC ’21 examines the phenomenon of the Subtle Asian Traits Facebook group and the problem of stereotyping and generalizing in its humor.
By allowing politicians to advertise anything on their platform, Facebook is inhibiting democracy and undermining progress against fake news.
Two 5C students have started Facebook pages to replace the popular but now-defunct Claremont Crushes, reviving excitement and concerns.
As private data influences elections, facial recognition tracks people and the military-industrial complex grows, students at Harvey Mudd College advocated for a discussion of ethical issues surrounding the technology industry in preparation for the school’s annual Software Engineering Job and Internship Fair on Sept. 11.