The Bold Type is a must-see for all women. Especially, if you’re looking for a show with fresh topics, diversity, humor, and depictions of healthy relationships. This show is an amazing representation of what it’s like to be a young professional woman in the workforce navigating every facet of life. The third season is set to … Read moreThe Bold Type: The Feminist Millennial Show We Need
Those of us who are currently in college have experienced life like no generation before us. For many of us, we spent our formative years running outside with our siblings and friends, watching cartoons, playing with toys, and trying to beat games on our Gameboys; this is especially true for me. However, as we reached … Read moreThe Battle Against Social Media
We’ve all seen those politically charged posts on Facebook where the comments section is nothing but a brutal, unforgiving fight where no one really wins. I even experienced this when various people commented on my column for The Daily Iowan, arguing in the comments section and posting baseless statements for their perspectives. This single column racked … Read moreHow can we have meaningful, progressive conversations on social media?
With the recent rise in technology, the clicking of keyboards, number of likes on a post, and perfectly filtered photos, have become a prominent discussion. The buzz has members of various social media communities questioning the safety of the platforms, the quality of the content, the psychological ways in which individuals interact online, and the overall intentions … Read moreSocial Media: The Good, The Bad, And The Filtered
Ever wondered why you can never get past the first 15 pages of a book? Or why websites like SparkNotes even exist? Or why your high school and college classes assign five freakin’ books to read each semester for each class? I’ll tell you why. Literature is dying, and the world is trying to save … Read moreReader’s Block: 5 Reasons Why Your Love of Literature Has Faded