TikTok quickly rose in popularity this year but has many problematic characteristics like sexualizing young kids and devaluing true art.
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In this week’s pop culture column, Hannah Avalos PO ’21 compares her experiences on Reddit and Instagram, claiming that anonymity on Reddit allows users to more authentically connect with others.
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In an era of social media, relatability and self-branding, Todrick Hall just wants us to be ourselves.
In the digital age, social media has called into question everything we believe about free speech. That’s according to Andrew Marantz, a journalist and
In the age of social media and Gen Z-proclaimed self-love, the phrase “be yourself” is nearly ubiquitous. “Be yourself” can mean being silly, quirky,
In the atmosphere of blackface accusations against Instagram influencers, Ariana Grande has come under the spotlight for potential cultural appropriation and revealed the hypocrisy
You may have seen the photos. Positively blissful young people frolic through fields of giant daisies, pose next to enormous gummy bears, and fling