By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager I watched one TikTok cringe compilation. ONE. And now my YouTube recommended is a hot mess. Are you looking for some new, conflict-free content to encourage your recommended section to spruce itself up? Here are … Continue reading Who to Subscribe to if your Recommended Section is Garbage
By Timia CobbMusic Journalist I tend to cruise YouTube in the middle of the night in search of new music. My music taste during this time of night is wide and peculiar, but it has led me to find some … Continue reading 5 Artists I Found on YouTube at 3 a.m.
By Emily GarzaWeb Content Contributor Everyone has at least seen the hashtag “#XYZIsOverParty” or “#XYZIsCanceled” trending at one point or another. It is basically saying a celebrity or online figure is canceled because of something they said or did. This … Continue reading Cancel Culture Doesn't Work
By Emily GarzaWeb Content Contributor Last year, Shane Dawson announced that he would post a nine-part series onto his YouTube channel about the “Beautiful World of Jeffree Star”. Many, including me, were very excited about this new series coming up … Continue reading Shane Dawson Just Wants Your Money
By Timia CobbMusic Journalist The music industry is forever changing. Everyday new ways of making music and being discovered are happening. Social media has had a huge impact on this. Anyone can be a SoundCloud artist, make song covers on … Continue reading The New Wave of Social Media Artists
By Jesse McMann Rap Music Journalist I would like to take this time to draw readers attention to another channel of music I have discovered. This new music outlet is called Tiny Desk Concerts by NPR. The quality of artists … Continue reading Tiny Desk Concerts
By Victoria Roxanne Hill Music Journalist One month ago, I received a message on GroupMe from a classmate saying that she was starting a group message for tennis. The text was extremely confusing because I thought that I had accidentally … Continue reading Concert Review: Tennis
By Hannah Wisterman Music Journalist The year is 2013. Like any self-respecting indie teen of the time, I’m going through a heavy The xx obsession. My greatest, never-to-be-fulfilled dream is to go to Coachella, a veritable playground of all the … Continue reading Close Up, Far Away: A Different Kind of Concert
By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor You would think that you would know “the weird side” of the internet when you found it. So imagine my surprise when I scrolled down to the comments of a YouTube video and found … Continue reading What on Earth is ASMR?
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Have you heard about The Land of Milk and Honey? Well thanks to me, you’re about to. A hot, new web series brought to you by writer, producer and creator Miriam Kalala has hit … Continue reading The Land of Milk and Honey: A YouTube Must-See
By Brent Ramirez Blog Content Contributor If you’re reading this article, I’m assuming you saw the title and thought, “Okay, I’m listening…” First of all let me say no, this is not a personal ad I’m putting out there. I … Continue reading Make Money Eating Food
By Allison L. Johnson Blog Content Contributor TV shows are wonderful. There are so many mediums that we can watch shows and movies on now. One in seven households has cut the cord to watch TV via the internet. As … Continue reading Wonderful Age of Web Content
By Holly Henrichsen Web Editor In mid-September, YouTube star and former Big Brother contestant Sam Pepper uploaded a trio of videos blatantly showcasing sexual harassment. The first video, titled “Fake Hand Ass Pinch Prank” showed Pepper hiding his arm in … Continue reading Sexual Harassment In The YouTube Community