Tori Walz, Eastern Michigan University
The addictive world of social media is filled with toxicity and risks and is a place hardly suitable for young, impressionable children.
Study Breaks Staff
Are school-issued monitoring apps working to prevent bullying and self-harm, or are they closing children off from the internet?
Anastasiya Cernei, Missouri State University
While it can be easy to look past the trauma inflicted through bullying online by saying that it is merely an issue of the past, this sentiment cannot be more wrong.
Emily Jewett, University of San Diego
‘TikTok’s worst dating coach’ offers a weak rebuttal to valid criticism of his misogynist views, demonstrating YouTube’s misunderstanding of what actually constitutes bullying.
Audrey Martin, Boston University
She has been a staple of daytime television for nearly two decades, but that might be coming to an end after the publication of reports alleging her ‘be kind’ mantra is just an act.
Lisa Lilianstrom, Northern Illinois University
The villain from the iconic ’80s movie is all grown up and looking for redemption in this new YouTube Premium series.
Rose Younglove, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
You already have all the magic you need inside.
Vaishnavi Kalyana, College of DuPage
The British presenter, who built her dream career all by herself, passed away in mid-February.
Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
The effects of bullying continue long after the bullying ends.
Brandi Loving, St. Mary's University
Memes, jokes and many other seemingly harmless actions we engage in may have turned into a form of bullying without us knowing.
Terrica Singletary, Southern New Hampshire University
With bullying in schools and online getting worse, America might want to turn their eyes to China and consider new methods.
Ashley Wertz, University of Pittsburgh
If society is going to be open about mental health issues, it has to be frank about suicide.
Daniel Wilcox, University of Texas at San Antonio
Molak and his family are working to pass legislation to prevent the kind of behavior that took his sixteen-year-old brother’s life.
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