With the plethora of options available at the press of a button, why is Gen Z so drawn to documentaries?
Online objectification is out
“These comments stem from a broader societal entitlement to women’s bodies — to comment on them, speculate about them and speak freely and uninformed regarding them.”
The misogyny behind the TikTok band tee trend
“It’s no surprise that women are becoming increasingly weary of wearing band T-shirts out in public in fear of being put on the spot, and then publicly shamed online if they don’t perform perfectly.”
The rise of reading: BookTok and its massive popularity
BookTok has become a widespread source of recommendations and reviews during its time. Book lovers have their own section of the internet where they can indulge in their reading pleasures with no fear of judgment and can interact with people who have the same interests as well.
Tackling the toxic body checking trend
Body checking is not about confidence and accepting oneself. It is about tearing down others by promoting an ideal body standard.
Bulldogs of Butler: Kaylee Johnson-Bradley
Sophomore Kaylee Johnson-Bradley makes her debut on TV performing on the game show “I Can See Your Voice,” something she never expected would happen.
TikTok: “Fake news” or a reliable source?
Credibility on TikTok isn’t guaranteed, leading viewers to seek other sources to find out themselves.
Your guide to internet aesthetics in 2021
These internet aesthetics provide a visual representation of niche internet subcultures.
Four ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with friends
Ever dreaded Valentine’s Day because you are single? Well, fear no more. Enjoy these simple ways you can celebrate Valentine’s with your friends.
Dawg with a Vlog: Butler student goes viral on TikTok
On Aug. 19, Butler University sophomore Chinyelu Mwaafrika posted a TikTok captioned “If I hear of parties…I will snitch” and went to sleep. Since then, the video has received over 7 million views and 2.2 million likes.