As much as it has helped, social media has also harmed victims of police violence by reducing them to symbols, Caelan Reeves CM ’24 writes.
Are you on Claremont Twitter? In this insular community, members have gone viral, been endorsed by Jaboukie and sparked political discourse.
The left should care about social media platforms weaponizing misinformation rules to influence public opinion, says Carter Moyer HM ’24.
One can learn about events more effectively by combining personal narratives and objective sources, argues Phillip Kong PO ‘24.
It’s imperative that we diversify the way we get our information on social media, says Emma Mansour SC ’24.
Pop culture columnist Nadya Siringo Ringo SC ’21 talks the trend of clown memes and what it says about the newest generation of internet users. “Nowadays, the clown isn’t a subject but rather a reflection of the fools we see in ourselves and others. The memes capitalize on the universality of mistakes and false hope — they rebuff viewers for striving toward something that leads to worthless results but validates them at the same time,” she writes.
It’s difficult to completely ignore the internet and its conflicts, so instead, personal limits need to be set to prevent digital self harm.
In the atmosphere of blackface accusations against Instagram influencers, Ariana Grande has come under the spotlight for potential cultural appropriation and revealed the hypocrisy of many ‘woke’ Twitter users. Back in December 2018, a Twitter thread “exposing” white Instagram influencers who were using self-tanner, extensions and lip fillers to make
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