The recent treatment of singer-songwriter Mitski by her fans has illuminated how the way we consume art in the digital age could be harmful to both artist and the audience, argues Nikki Smith SC ‘25.
It’s time we recognize the potential for queer-coded characters to be meaningful to the queer community while recognizing the harmful motives behind “queerbaiting”, writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
The left should care about social media platforms weaponizing misinformation rules to influence public opinion, says Carter Moyer HM ’24.
OPINION: Giving more sympathy to caregivers who commit filicide against people with disabilities is ableist and unfair to the filicide victims, Luciénne Reyes ’24 writes.
News organizations restrict the scope of political debate by portraying themselves as “objective”, writes Carter Moyer HM ’24.
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.
It’s okay to like a problematic piece of media, so long as you’re willing to acknowledge its flaws and failures.
The media fixates on the lurid personal details of Donald Trump’s administration, while ignoring other stories of much greater importance.
Unequal media attention gives some candidates an unfair advantage in public opinion. It’s time we change that.