The left should care about social media platforms weaponizing misinformation rules to influence public opinion, says Carter Moyer HM ’24.
It’s possible to be altruistic without posting on social media, especially when receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, writes London Lordos SC ’24.
Pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 discusses the trend of lackluster content creation from influencers trying to branch out into new fields.
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.
Have you ever taken the Rice Purity Test? Meet its glo up: The Innocence Test, created by Ella Menashe PO ’23 and her best friend, which went viral on TikTok.
The body positivity movement turned from helpful to harmful. Instead, we should start to embrace body neutrality, writes Abby Loiselle PO ’23
@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.
Discounting different art styles creates stereotypes that are harmful to the art community, says Jadyn Lee SC ’24.
One can learn about events more effectively by combining personal narratives and objective sources, argues Phillip Kong PO ‘24.
The ease with which false information spreads on the left is dangerous, and liberals must pay more attention, writes Kristen Lu, CM ’24.