Social media

Child-rearing isn’t just expensive, it’s individual

Average numbers aren’t as helpful as a specific focus — the real data’s in the details.Continue...

Be accountable to change

Change is in our actions, not in our social media statuses. It’s not enough to share posts and coin a hashtag — social media is a tool for larger political engagement, one that we often take for granted.Continue...

We don’t belong on teachers’ social media

Asking teachers to refrain from posting certain photos on their social media exercises an unfair degree of control over their personal lives, especially those of female teachers.Continue...

When campaigning goes awry

The 2016 presidential election has been one of the most exciting in recent history, but the excitement came at a steep price.Continue...

When it's no longer just clowning around

Amid the purported “creepy clown epidemic” that’s terrified North America this year, Canadian Tire has discontinued clown-themed décor and costumes.Continue...

Universities can see your social media

The University is probably watching you.Continue...

Every word is important, even the hurtful ones

Initially, I was pretty reluctant to write this article.Continue...

A guide to a strategic social media game

The initial vision of the Internet was to build a community of anonymity: a place where you could reinvent yourself. For the most part, this vision collapsed with the advent of social media.Continue...

My online obsession

I became addicted to social media in grade four.Continue...

Top Queen’s Instagrams

Whether you’re looking to shake up your Instagram newsfeed or keep updated on local events and trends, Queen’s Instagrams have got you covered.Continue...

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