Izzy Sabatino PO ’26 wants students to understand their roles during times of tension and prioritize empathy over advocacy.
From BookTok to The New York Times, commentary over InstaPoetry (mostly negative, at that) has surprised Corina Yi PO ’27.
Fizz is the hub of all things 5Cs. Although perfect for memes and mindless scrolling, Anjali Suva PO ’27 wonders whether it’s giving us a disproportionately pessimistic view of our college experiences.
If you’ve heard the misogynistic whisperings of women being ranked on their looks around campus and have felt freaked out, Vaidehi Srinivasan PO ’27 wants you to know that you’re not alone.
Reckoning with FOMO during first-year orientation week can feel impossible. But don’t worry! You’re not alone, writes Michelle Zhang PO ’27.
Have you ever wondered why our generation is so obsessed with memes about the brain, all of which have a depressing overtone?
The trendiness of self-diagnosis on social media with Gen Z obscures the fact that “mental illness is more than just the sum of unwell parts,” argues Hannah Frasure PO ’24.
When it comes to the battle against misinformation, you have more power than you think, argues guest writer Luke Williams PO ‘23.
An ambitious marketing strategy initially had students abuzz about the new social media app, but lately, Fizz has gone flat.
BeReal and “casual” Instagram are meant to make social media more authentic — but they’re actually making it more toxic, argues Aaron Matsuoka PZ ’26.