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.
Black squares clogged the tag's feed, defeating its original purpose.
As the coronavirus pandemic has emptied out the University of Maryland campus, social media managers have had to get creative.
The page aims to provide live tutorials and virtual gatherings for people stuck in quarantine.
The hour-long event will be hosted on Instagram Live on April 1 at 5 p.m.
Tech companies need to better keep Bloomberg in check.
Democratic primary debates are too long and not relevant enough