For fashion columnist Gus Gingrich, TikTok has become an unavoidable fixture of fashion. Gingrich reflects on 5C fashion, and whether TikTok has had a major impact on students’ style.
Reckoning with FOMO during first-year orientation week can feel impossible. But don’t worry! You’re not alone, writes Michelle Zhang PO ’27.
You may recognize Leith Ross’s angelic voice from their timid TikTok teases, but their skilled lyricism and ability to tackle difficult topics sets them apart from other Gen Z wordsmiths, argues music columnist Abbie Bobeck.
Luke Brown PO ’26 refutes a recent Op-Ed, claiming TikTok’s potential banning should demonstrate the unregulated power of social media.
The potential Tiktok ban sheds light on a fundamental generational disconnect, writes Rowan Gray CM ’26.
Alex Aster’s Tiktok famous novel “Lightlark” failed to live up to its publisher’s promises, says book columnist Tomi Oyedeji-Olaniyan CM `23.
Music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24 dives into the world of “drainers” — fans of the music collective Drain Gang — explaining trends among fans and why the group has such a hold on so many people.
TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24 explores how the examination of appearances on social media in “Black Mirror” can apply to our current lives.
In the age of social media, what is a celebrity? In light of TikTok and YouTube stars mingling with traditional celebrities, pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 explores this question.
Pop-punk is making a comeback with a new generation on TikTok; it’s the perfect place for teens to grieve the small things lost to COVID-19, music columnist Mirabella Miller SC ’23 writes.