The campaign runs from March 15 through April 26.
The pseudo-networking app isn't the easiest for everyone
Among the dances and viral challenges on TikTok, there’s a thriving queer community.
Politicians should learn from activists and the masses when considering their use of Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
We can avoid messy Zoom chatboxes and unhelpfully unmuted questions.
The frenzy hurt billionaires and hedge funds, while the students took pride in their successes.
Social media companies should be able to regulate content without worrying about liabilities.
"It's really a very practical application of a lot of interesting theory."
Being online instead of with peers in a classroom, many students are using the messaging app more this semester to help them communicate with classmates.
“I’m exhausted that in the year 2020, black people, we’re still fighting to prove that our lives matter,” one student said.