As much as it has helped, social media has also harmed victims of police violence by reducing them to symbols, Caelan Reeves CM ’24 writes.
This year’s Claremont Zinefest will center queer and trans Asian and Pacific Islander voices, doubling as a fundraiser for two organizations.
With a TikTok following of 30k, a website of her own and a Instagram full of over 700 recipes and photos of her creations, Betsy Ding PO ’24 has a lot on her plate.
The 5C Art for Liberation Instagram page gives 5C artists a chance to use their creations for change by uniting art and mutual aid.
@5C_roomiesss was meant to be a network to connect at-need students with housing. Two admin who helped run the account told TSL their regrets and why they decided to shut it down.
One can learn about events more effectively by combining personal narratives and objective sources, argues Phillip Kong PO ‘24.
TSL slides into the DMs of 5C admissions accounts to find out who exactly is behind the memes, gifs and Cecil content.
The ease with which false information spreads on the left is dangerous, and liberals must pay more attention, writes Kristen Lu, CM ’24.
It’s imperative that we diversify the way we get our information on social media, says Emma Mansour SC ’24.
Social media algorithms need to be regulated so that users don’t stay online for too long, says Brian Lee CM ’24.