Jayni Nielsen, Pace University
The community of book lovers has become more focused on consumerism and less about the pure love of literature.
Elizabeth Dewit, University of Pittsburgh
The popular streaming platform offers an endless supply of content. Big creators dominate the conversation, but some underground channels set themselves apart from the rest.
Alex Luna, University of California, Berkeley
The online social strategy series offers the spirited drama and tactical alliances that reality TV fans crave.
Emily Davies, Solent University
Minecraft servers like HermitCraft use YouTube to provide entertaining content for all ages, but it isn’t always fun and games.
Alicia Furlan, University of Pittsburgh
They are incredibly popular, forming their own subsection of YouTube. But what is it about the genre that has attracted so many viewers?
Abigail Campos, University of Texas at San Antonio
The vlogger recently announced her exit from the platform after some past problematic content resurfaced. Is she making up for the harm she did, or is it an overreaction?
Angel Zhu, University of California, Berkeley
Mukbang YouTubers Stephanie Soo and Nikocado Avocado square off. Who knew there would be so much controversy surrounding eating videos posted on the internet?
Keely Cohen-Breen, SUNY Plattsburgh College
Sometimes transcending social taboos requires an illicit substance or two.
Myah Clinton, University of Alabama at Birmingham
What’s better than watching other people watch and critique movies?
Josephine Werni, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
These five vlogs range from helpful to hilarious, but they’re all worth your time.
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