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What good comes out of obsessing over celebrity relationships?

    What good comes out of obsessing over celebrity relationships?

The most influential and successful people in the world are celebrities. The exclusive club of fame is reserved for people who have reached a high level of success and recognition.

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TikTok won’t be the last short video app

    TikTok won’t be the last short video app

Long before our current viral panic, viral entertainment found a place in nearly every facet of internet media. With memes manifesting through all kinds of photos and videos, there have

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Influencers are killing young girls’ self-esteem

    Influencers are killing young girls’ self-esteem

The summer after I turned 12, I discovered the influencer. An influencer, if you don’t know, is someone whose job is to be on social media showing people how to

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Social media falsely boosts love

    Social media falsely boosts love

Social media can serve as a proper gateway to various opportunities. Those opportunities can range from jobs to raising awareness on social issues. Social media also can provide the opportunity

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Coronavirus memes create less empathy and instill racism

    Coronavirus memes create less empathy and instill racism

It is safe to say that there is a trend of medical outbreaks that occur every few years. In the 2000s,

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Obsessing over child actors goes past the fun of “stanning”

    Obsessing over child actors goes past the fun of “stanning”

Stan culture has convinced many that being constantly updated and invested in your favorite celebrity’s life is a good thing. But

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UNT student creatives deserve as much respect as any other creative

    UNT student creatives deserve as much respect as any other creative

At the University of North Texas, creativity is at an all-time high. Many podcasters, writers, photographers, videographers, illustrators, graphic designers

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The use of trigger warnings seems inconsistent

    The use of trigger warnings seems inconsistent

There’s a difference between being uncomfortable with something and being sent on a downward spiral because of it. But can

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Instagram’s new ‘Restrict’ feature is a positive step in preventing bullying

    Instagram’s new ‘Restrict’ feature is a positive step in preventing bullying

Instagram has created a new Restrict feature as part of an anti-bullying initiative that will help protect users by allowing

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Students deserve the right to freedom of speech on social media

    Students deserve the right to freedom of speech on social media

Imagine for a second that there is some really shady stuff going on at your school. The administrators are threatening

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