“The whole idea of social media launching is just introducing someone you care about to the people you know. It’s an efficient introduction because the interaction is almost entirely one-way.”
More and more people have begun posting increasingly casual content on social media, especially Instagram. With the rise of BeReal, what does it really mean to have a casual online persona?
In this social media roundup, Butler students responded to a series of questions on The Butler Collegian’s Instagram story about pop culture, their summer and the new school year.
Students reflect on the past year through Instagram questions.
A student-run group has recently resurfaced under the name “proudamericabu” and continues to post a wealth of nationalist nonsense with a fun splash of transphobia, misogyny and capitalist bootlicking.
Fanpages and free publicity on campus
Here are some mind-numbing, encouraging and hilarious Instagram accounts to stalk instead of your exes.
Assistant culture editor Doug Roche III gives you a forecast of the content that will most likely make up your social media feeds over spring break, again.
Are you the Instagram Model, Facebook Oversharer, or more of an Aesthetician? Find out as columnist Madeleine Lucchetti explores the stereotypical users of social media.
Butler’s all male a cappella group, Out of the Dawg House, prepares for its next album by asking for song suggestions via an online poll.