Book Banning and the Fight for Historical Literacy

2022 has been an intense year for classroom censorship. From laws striking down the 1619 Project to Maus’s removal from classrooms in Tennessee, conservative governments across the country have made numerous attempts to control what students can and cannot learn about history, culture, and the world. For this article, let’s get acquainted with some of […]

Halloween Scares On Social Media

Halloween is upon us, and there’s a lot to be excited about. Costumes, candy, parties, decorations – I like the spooky season as much as the next gal. Still, for every good-natured fright, there are some real scares to account for every Halloween, many of which are exacerbated by social media. Let’s break down three […]

TikTok’s Troubling Beauty Standards

Social media has a messy relationship with, well, most tenets of reality; the priority is often less an accurate depiction of a person or the world, but a version of the aforementioned that maximizes attention and interest. This is especially true of a platform like TikTok, where users have mere minutes to make an impression […]