Published on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 by Jennyfer Tucker
Subtweeting, hashtags, and long paragraphs in the comment section over something completely irrelevant is what most people see today, people of the internet have no chill. Twitter flame wars and internet bullying are just barely scratching the surface of social media controversy, but that doesn’t make them less of a bad thing.
Categories: Opinions | Tags: main, social media, volume 45
Published on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 by The Norseman Staff
For decades, students have taken to bathroom stalls with Sharpies in hand to spread gossip and rumors. However, the bathroom stalls have ceased to be the primary avenue for such information. Recently, many have taken to social media as a new means to spread hateful rumors to a larger audience.
Categories: Opinions | Tags: main, social media, Staff Ed, Technology, volume 44
Published on Friday, November 15, 2013 by Mikey Wolff
Tumblr, A place of wonder and self expression. This social media site let people express their emotions without having to type a thing in status form. The beauty of it is that most people are wrapped up with Facebook and other social media sites and don’t necessarily enjoy blogging, so you don’t have to worry from judgement from your peers regarding the things on your Tumblr page.
Categories: Opinions | Tags: main, social media, volume 43
Published on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 by Marisa Lindeman
As teenagers still living under our parents’ roof, finding a place to extend your social life online has become more and more difficult. One place where many of us decide to express our social lives is Facebook. With the accessibility of Facebook, we’re able to post statuses about our crazy weekend out with friends and pictures of us having a grand ‘ole time.
As Facebook’s popularity is sprouting and more people are creating accounts though, our privacy is going down, down, down. One specific group of people who ruins that for us. Who am I talking about? Well of course, the people we’re closest to -our very own parents.
Categories: Entertainment, Opinions | Tags: Facebook, main, social media, Volume 41
Published on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 by Eva Araujo
When you get a friend request on Facebook, you normally think that person is your friend, however, when your parents add you as a friend one would tend to feel as though their parents are trying to play a role that isn’t their place.
Categories: Opinions | Tags: Facebook, main, parents on facebook, social media, Volume 41