As the video sharing platform continues to increase in popularity, students and professors begin to questions its potential negative side effects on viewers.
Tag: Social Media
Social media apps such as TikTok have been creating safe spaces where people normalize discussions around mental health.
A reflection on the Netflix documentary about the human impact of social media.
Senior Africana studies major Gregory Gasco used to perform six times a week on average as his drag alter ego, Paradisa Lahore. But as bars and clubs closed indefinitely in adherence to state-wide social distancing mandates, many drag artists like Gasco are left without a stage to perform. But the[Read More…]
After a video surfaced on Twitter of a CSULB student making threatening comments to Mexican immigrants, many are calling for her expulsion.
The ubiquity of the internet defines the previous decade’s politics and gave rise to “The Twitter President.”
Social media and its influencers have started to negatively influence young users on the platform about their self-perception and body image.
Attention everyone, prepare your eyes to be overwhelmed with Instagram posts of couples “in love” and floral arrangements; it’s Valentine’s Day. As everyone around you prepares a special gift for their significant other, you might be thinking, what’s the point of Valentine’s Day anyway? Well trust me, you are not[Read More…]
We see them everywhere. They freckle Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, especially. They are #hashtagged, dolled up and taken opposite a mirror, with a “selfie stick” or by a friend or relative. The Palace of Versailles in Paris, the National Gallery in London and the Coliseum in Rome have banned them.[Read More…]