Niall Calvert, Wesleyan University
The controversial anonymous social media platform has returned to the App Store after four years of absence, and its rebirth has initiated a long and complicated path to reconciling its ugly past.
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.
Sarah Esquivel, University of Texas at San Antonio
Videos of the ‘Mission Impossible’ actor recently went viral on the video-sharing platform. The twist? It wasn’t him.
Kaitlyn Nuebel, University of Pittsburgh
These influencers are breaking down typical male stereotypes by exhibiting vulnerability on their popular YouTube channel and podcast.
Desiree Jaime, Hofstra University
Many of us remember the viral sensation. What most don’t know are the consequences of this teenager’s overnight infamy.
Abby Webb, Rice University
The app might appear to be just a harmless reincarnation of Vine, but TikTok has plenty of skeletons in its digital closet.
Haley Newlin, Southern New Hampshire University
From hateful comments to mocking memes, social media has become too much for these celebs.
Alison McCarthy, University of New Haven
Despite its popularity, the new anonymous messenger app seems to be little more than a new medium for cyberbullying.
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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