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    What the media coverage of Beirut shows us: a skewed approach...

    "Manifesting a white-saviour complex, yet demonstrating a truly self-interested approach at heart, the Western mainstream media is broken."

    A Reflection on Social Media in Lockdown

    While isolated in college, scrolling through social media and endless FaceTime calls became my lifeline. But social media also became an addictive...

    Instagram and BLM: Is it better to say the wrong thing...

    The oppression of human lives is not a trend, and should not be treated as such

    ‘Please to buy my apology’

    If you follow as many foodie accounts on social media as I do, then seek help you’ll no doubt have heard the...

    Reality TV: harmless fun or mental health disaster?

    I’d be lying if I said I didn’t watch reality television. In fact, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t love reality television....

    Love, actually: dating in 2020

    I can’t lie, when I heard the news that we’d probably all be holed up in our rooms for the next few...

    Say So, TikTok, and the ‘Viral Sleeper Hit’

    William McCathie examines TikTok's hit-making capabilities

    A Note on Self-Forgiveness

    TW: disordered eating, suicide In quarantine, where rooms are small and walls are thin, it’s very easy to...

    For whom the Tik Toks speak

    TikTok is a language entirely based on embracing ridicule

    Blind Spots and Vigilantism: Learning from the ghosts of recent pandemics...

    ‘I refute the claim that news cannot be made directly relevant, engaging, and motivating wherever it happens.’ Francesca Butt warns us against the blind spots in our media coverage and tells us what we can learn from online outrage.