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I heard recently that the average person scrolls the height of Big Ben in a day. Whilst waiting for a delayed train in Bath I spotted this line of hands on phones – all endlessly scrolling.

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OPINION: Cancel culture is toxic and does more harm than good

Hannah Horowitz, Staff Writer January 24, 2021

The phenomenon of “cancel culture” only creates an environment of hostility across various social media platforms. For those unfamiliar with the concept, it involves publicly calling out, shaming ...

Social Media allows people to quickly and easily hear about and join various social movements.

OPINION: Why being a catalyst for change is more than posting a black square

Hannah Horowitz, Contributing Writer August 16, 2020

The term “social media activism” refers to participation in actions that usually serve the purpose of spreading a message. An example of this would be “Blackout Tuesday,” which turned out to be...

Jeff Bezos, head of Amazon, can be seen on the fringes of the company's novelties event on Sept. 25, 2019. Bezos recently pledged $10 billion toward climate change, a good example of how the rich can help the environment.

Rich people need to do more to help solve the climate change crisis

Lexie Kemp, Contributing Writer February 20, 2020

Possibly one of the most frustrating things to see on the internet is celebrities retweeting and reposting things such as “donate to help Australia” or “we are in the middle of a climate crisis.”...

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Kenan Auditorium shows women-written documentary play “SEVEN”

Cierra Noffke, Staff Writer October 18, 2019

The theatrical documentary "SEVEN," presented on Oct. 16 at the Sarah Kenan Auditorium, is an artistic venture written by seven individual writers, each one a powerhouse of innovative vision. The play...

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