Peyton Conner, Indiana University
While this business method lets game developers create a more polished finalized product, it has many impractical cons.
Isabella Savides, University of Pretoria
Over the past two decades, Hosea ‘Ze’ Frank has made a name for himself on YouTube through his cerebral yet compelling sense of humor.
Tori Barney, Columbia College Chicago
As fans anticipate the bittersweet ending of the popular YouTube docuseries, loyal viewers are looking back on beloved aspects that defined the show.
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The quiz-making platform, noticeably different from the Buzzfeed quizzes loved by millennials, ultimately tells us something about Gen Z and how they use the internet.
Ariana Quijano, Georgia State University
The digital media giant has given the internet content for several years; however, the creators that have left seem to be much more successful in their creative endeavors.
Aimi Wen, Duke University
Former BuzzFeed hosts Steven Lim, Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej are creating a variety of content that appeals to many different tastes.
Lauren Buchko, Michigan State University
With her dry humor, her experimental videos and her willingness to talk about sensitive topics, it’s no wonder she has millions upon millions of viewers.
Kaelani Ramirez, Arizona State University
This beloved internet pastime can mess with our sense of self.
Caleb Clark, Hillsdale College
Toxic online laughter isn’t much of a joke.
Keely Cohen-Breen, SUNY Plattsburgh College
The site has lost its relevancy and, it seems, its sense of direction.
Sarah Mease, Columbia College Chicago
They’ve done what everyone thought was impossible: teach millennials to cook (and not avocado toast).
Sierra Zareck, Haverford College
Is driving drunk okay if it’s for educational purposes? Fans are split.
Vanessa Chen, Franklin and Marshall College
Why watch BuzzFeed when you can watch someone driving a car through a sofa?
Kate Maxwell, NC State University
Which, as it just so happens, is exactly why what they’re doing is so important.
Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
If you’re unsure which potato chip flavor matches your personality, look no further!
Kayla Morosco, Chatham University
Forget finals and projects — you need this YouTube series to de-stress (and stay alive!).
Despite being known for its quick and viral content, these investigations may support the case to consider BuzzFeed as a legitimate news source.
Jade Hookham, UC San Diego
You’re just one microwave and a few eggs away from eating like Gordon Ramsey.
Kayla Lichtman, Middlebury College
Tufts University’s Nikita Chaubal aims to create fun, Buzzfeed-inspired content with her news project Bosfeed.
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