Building media literacy: avoiding misinformation while online

By Anastasia Bekker Elm Staff Writer Misinformation has become a growing problem in the United States. …

Social activism reduced to impersonal online performance in the digital age

By Emma Reilly Elm Staff Writer On June 2, 2020, millions of Americans flocked to social…

Constitutional Review Auxiliary Committee tables discussion in fourth and final meeting

By Emma Reilly Elm Staff Writer On Monday, Feb. 22, the Student Government Association’s Constitutional Review…

What the U.S. needs to know about the COVID-19 vaccine

By Nia Anthony  Elm Staff Writer  Over the past year, United States citizens have faced the…

Celebrating Black History Month via social media

By Emma Russell and Meagan Kennedy Student Life Editor & Elm Staff Writer February is recognized…

Breaking down the misconstrued protections of the First Amendment

By Kaitlin Dunn Elm Staff Writer The First Amendment of the United States Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law…

Why “Among Us” is the perfect game for 2020

By Anastasia Bekker Elm Staff Writer Even if you haven’t played it, chances are you’ve heard…

“#WitchTok” is the latest home for the internet’s coven of young witches

By Meagan Kennedy Elm Staff Writer  Over its last few years, TikTok has become a home…

Looking for some social media inspiration? Here are some Instagram accounts to follow in 2020

By Meagan Kennedy Elm Staff Writer Cultivating an Instagram feed that sparks inspiration, creativity, and, most…

Six Netflix documentaries to watch at home this fall

By Lexi Meola Elm Staff Writer With the upcoming election and the COVID-19 pandemic on many…